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She felt no pain /
Lou Allin.
imprint
Toronto : RendezVous Crime, c2010.
description
272 p. : port. ; 19 cm.
ISBN
1926607074, 9781926607078
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imprint
Toronto : RendezVous Crime, c2010.
isbn
1926607074
9781926607078
catalogue key
7392843
 
Purchase; DSO; 2011; RB289632.
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"...a must-read book that will be hard to put down this season."
"a must-read book that will be hard to put down this season."
"...a must-read book that will be hard to put down this season." - Monday Magazine (online) April 2011
"a must-read book that will be hard to put down this season." -- Monday Magazine "The narrative proceeds at a leisurely pace, appropriate to the laid back rhythms of the island. Along the way, we are treated to Allin's characteristically informative remarks about the beauties and dangers, the social norms, and the quirky types who populate the region." -- Reviewingtheevidence.com, 20110314
"The narrative proceeds at a leisurely pace, appropriate to the laid back rhythms of the island. Along the way, we are treated to Allin's characteristically informative remarks about the beauties and dangers, the social norms, and the quirky types who populate the region."
"The narrative proceeds at a leisurely pace, appropriate to the laid back rhythms of the island. Along the way, we are treated to Allin's characteristically informative remarks about the beauties and dangers, the social norms, and the quirky types who populate the region." - Reviewingtheevidence.com , March 14, 2011
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Summer on Vancouver Island gets off to a grim start when a homeless man is found dead near sleepy Fossil Bay. Investigating RCMP Corporal Holly Martin gets involved when she and Constable Chipper Knox Singh notice drug paraphernalia nearby.
Main Description
Summer on Vancouver Island gets off to a grim start when a homeless man is found dead near sleepy Fossil Bay by a family geocaching in the surrounding area. Investigating RCMP Corporal Holly Martin, a newcomer to this small detachment in a vacation mecca, gets involved when she and Constable Chipper Knox Singh notice drug paraphernalia nearby. The man's wallet has stolen identification, an old photo, and several new hundred-dollar bills. Another drifter suggests that the victim had come to town to hook up with an old girlfriend, who says that the man is Joel Clavir, the long-lost criminal brother of a respected local woman, and that he has come to try to collect on his sister's recent big lottery win. More information leads Holly to believe that Joel had something of value, which he hid at the site of his death.
Main Description
The verdant lushness of Vancouver Island is not without its dangers... Summer on Vancouver Island gets off to a rocky start with the discovery of the body of a homeless man. RCMP Corporal Holly Martin notices drug paraphernalia nearby, and the autopsy reveals death from a combination of heroin and a synthetic opiate. Information leads Holly to believe that he had hidden something of value at the site of his death. As Holly struggles to connect the dots, a record drought heats up the vacation paradise, and one match could send Canada's Caribbean into flames.
Main Description
The verdant lushness of Vancouver Island is not without its dangers... Summer on Vancouver Island gets off to a rocky start with the discovery of the body of a homeless man. RCMP Corporal Holly Martin notices drug paraphernalia nearby, and the autopsy reveals death from a combination of heroin and a synthetic opiate. Information leads Holly to believe that he had hidden something of value at the site of his death. As Holly struggles to connect the dots, a record drought heats up the vacation paradise, and one match could send Canadas Caribbean into flames.
Main Description
The verdant lushness of Vancouver Island is not without its dangers...Summer on Vancouver Island gets off to a rocky start with the discovery of the body of a homeless man. RCMP Corporal Holly Martin notices drug paraphernalia nearby, and the autopsy reveals death from a combination of heroin and a synthetic opiate. Information leads Holly to believe that he had hidden something of value at the site of his death.As Holly struggles to connect the dots, a record drought heats up the vacation paradise, and one match could send Canada's Caribbean into flames.

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