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The MacNeice Mysteries 3
Raw Bone
A MacNeice Mystery
By (author): Scott Thornley
9781487003234 Paperback, Trade English General Trade FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Police Procedural Jun 26, 2018
$19.95 CAD
Active 5.5 x 8 in 304 pages House of Anansi Press Inc Spiderline

On a cold morning in early spring, the body of a young woman is found trapped in the ice of Dundurn Bay. The next day at dawn, a homeless man discovers an unconscious school teacher in a public park. Gagged and bound with duct tape, the man is rigged to an elaborate bomb that’s been set to blow if anyone attempts to free him.

Detective Superintendent MacNeice and his team are called in to investigate the two seemingly unrelated crimes, and quickly find themselves venturing into the dive bars and rooming houses of Dundurn, where Irish immigrants rub elbows with mercenaries and the city’s criminal underclass.

Raw Bone is the third suspense-filled installment in Scott Thornley’s critically acclaimed MacNeice Mysteries series.

SCOTT THORNLEY grew up in Hamilton, Ontario, which inspired his fictional Dundurn. He is the author of four novels in the critically acclaimed MacNeice Mysteries series: Erasing Memory, The Ambitious City, Raw Bone, and the forthcoming Vantage Point. 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.

“This is stellar police-procedural writing that takes in characters, history and, most of all, place. Dundurn is beautifully and sordidly rendered in all its glory as MacNeice tracks a killer with a message. . . . Those who like solid clue-hunting will love this series.” — Globe and Mail

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