Complex, thoughtful and disturbing; this a is a good reminder that you may be able to go home again, but you just might not want to.
Michael Blair has a clean, compelling style, and this second appearance of Joe Shoe bodes well for more.
A tension filled, exciting read.
Shoe is a most likeable character and it is a pleasure to reminisce with him, until the truth is discovered and hist home. This is a good one.
Michael Blair's latest novel, his fourth mystery and best book to date, has an exciting blend of dead bodies, decades-old secrets and unusual characters.
A meaty and accomplished novel.
Well-written and delivers an intriguing, satisfying experience ... Blair is a polished storyteller, poised to take his place among the best in Canada today.
The unexpected twists and turns lead to a page-turning conclusion.