Middlemen

Middlemen

by Scott Thornley
Middlemen

Middlemen

by Scott Thornley

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Overview

Finalist, Crime Writers of Canada 2024 Awards of Excellence, Best Crime Novel category

When a killing spree threatens Dundurn, MacNeice risks everything to protect his team and put an end to it.

Detective Superintendent MacNeice returns to Dundurn following a month-long suspension and is immediately thrown into the mysterious case of a wounded runner named Jack and a blood trail that spans over forty miles. At the trail’s source in a Carolinian forest, MacNeice and DI Fiza Aziz find evidence of two homicides, but no bodies.

Two days later, Mac is called to a torn-up orchard set ablaze by lightning. A body has been found lying next to a stack of burnt fruit trees. There’s no evidence to suggest the killings are related, and yet MacNeice suspects they are. Buy why disappear the bodies in the forest and leave the orchard corpse to be discovered?

As the case develops, the team is confronted by the daylight abduction of a Brant University professor—Mac is convinced it’s a killing about to happen. Going on the offensive, he employs the provincial alert system, in part, to let the kidnappers know the net is closing.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781487011512
Publisher: House of Anansi Press Inc
Publication date: 06/27/2023
Series: The MacNeice Mysteries , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

SCOTT THORNLEY grew up in Hamilton, Ontario, which inspired his fictional Dundurn. He is the author of five novels in the critically acclaimed MacNeice Mysteries series: Erasing Memory, The Ambitious City, Raw Bone, Vantage Point, and Middlemen. He was appointed to the Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts in 1990. In 2018, he was named a Member of the Order of Canada. Thornley divides his time between Toronto and the southwest of France.

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