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Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere A Mystery (Paperback)

Author:  John Mcfetridge
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1550229095
ISBN-13: 9781550229097
Sku: 211302764
Publish Date: 11/1/2009
Pages:  305
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The seedy massage parlors, gang-ridden housing projects, and expensive mafia-run clubs of Toronto provide the backdrop for this riveting crime story featuring Detective Gord Bergeron. Plagued by unanswered questions in his personal life and at work, Gord immerses himself in the investigation of a death that may be terrorist-related. Did the Arab-looking man who fell 25 floors to his death jump, or was he pushed? Sharon MacDonald may know the answer, but she is knee-deep in her own problems?namely, her house arrest, the impending arrival of her drug lord ex-boyfriend, and the attention of the preternaturally good-looking Ray. It?s only a matter of time until Sharon and Gord?s paths cross in this fast-paced mystery.
In EVERYBODY KNOWS THIS IS NOWHERE, John McFetridge shows his knack for the Elmore Leonard blend of unforgettable oddball criminals and a swerving plotline that keeps readers hungry for more. Single-mother and pot grower Sharon MacDonald is under house arrest for an act of violence, but that doesn't stop her from considering a double-cross on her vicious drug boss Richard Tremblay. Everyone who enters the page is full of vigor and surprises, and just when you think you know what makes a character tick and what side he or she is on, McFetridge pulls the rug out from under your feet.


"It's refreshingly hard to tell the good from the no-good in this helping of cops and robbers, Canadian style..." (starred review) 05/01/2008

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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0305
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