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All is Clam

A Shores Mystery

Atlantic Canadian eBooks

by Hilary MacLeod

eBook

1 of 1 copy available

It's Christmas at The Shores. There's no snow yet, but there are so many outdoor lights that the tiny coastal village can be seen from space. Apart from Ian Simmons' place, there's only one house in the village that isn't lit up. It's been dark for years. That's about to change. Wild Rose Cottage is about to come to life, and death. Meanwhile, the villagers wish for snow to complete the Christmas portrait. When it comes, it's with the body of newcomer, Fitz Fitsimmons, a former acrobat turned bully and drunk. Mountie Jane Jamieson has seen murder here before, but none where she'd rather not catch the killer. Hilary MacLeod is a writer and former journalist who divides her time between a cabin in the woods near Ameliasburgh, Ontario, and a house in Sea View, Prince Edward Island. She is a professor of Media Studies at Loyalist College. Her first book, Revenge of the Lobster Lover, won the CBC Book Club Bookies Award for Best Mystery. Canadian author.

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Publisher: Acorn Press

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781894838818
  • File size: 982 KB
  • Release date: August 1, 2015

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9781894838818
  • File size: 982 KB
  • Release date: August 1, 2015

1 of 1 copy available

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OverDrive Read
EPUB eBook

subjects

Fiction Mystery

Languages

English

It's Christmas at The Shores. There's no snow yet, but there are so many outdoor lights that the tiny coastal village can be seen from space. Apart from Ian Simmons' place, there's only one house in the village that isn't lit up. It's been dark for years. That's about to change. Wild Rose Cottage is about to come to life, and death. Meanwhile, the villagers wish for snow to complete the Christmas portrait. When it comes, it's with the body of newcomer, Fitz Fitsimmons, a former acrobat turned bully and drunk. Mountie Jane Jamieson has seen murder here before, but none where she'd rather not catch the killer. Hilary MacLeod is a writer and former journalist who divides her time between a cabin in the woods near Ameliasburgh, Ontario, and a house in Sea View, Prince Edward Island. She is a professor of Media Studies at Loyalist College. Her first book, Revenge of the Lobster Lover, won the CBC Book Club Bookies Award for Best Mystery. Canadian author.

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