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by Laurence Gough

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Author:
Laurence Gough
ISBN13:
978-0771034299
ISBN:
0771034296
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Publisher:
McClelland & Stewart (August 7, 1999)
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Mystery
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Book by Gough, Laurence. This is the fourth book in the series, featuring Jack Willows and Claire Parker again, and once again this duo made for some entertaining reading. Series: Willows and Parker Mysteries. Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages. Publisher: McClelland & Stewart (April 2, 2002). They have to investigate the death of a man, found in a peculiar setup at a restaurant. It was very entertaining reading how the dynamic duo investigates the crime, and how they interact with each other during the investigation.

Willows’ favourite was a guy named Bobby Chow. Once upon a time Bobby had been a high profile drug lawyer, but he’d made a serious mistake - sold his services for a kilo of cocaine in lieu of cash hen the case went to court, Bo. . Once upon a time Bobby had been a high profile drug lawyer, but he’d made a serious mistake - sold his services for a kilo of cocaine in lieu of cash hen the case went to court, Bobby lost. And his client, looking to settle the score and maybe knock a few years off his sentence, had sold Bobby down the river. Suddenly Bobby Chow had almost ten thousand a month in overhead, and zero income. He’d bought himself a good lawyer, but the lawyer hadn’t been good enough.

Laurence Gough, who lives with his wife and two children in Vancouver, has written twelve Willows and Parker mysteries: The . Fall Down Easy; Killers; Heartbreaker; Memory Lane; Karaoke Rap; Shutterbug; and Funny Money.

Laurence Gough, who lives with his wife and two children in Vancouver, has written twelve Willows and Parker mysteries: The Goldfish Bowl, winner of an Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel from the Crime Writers of Canada; Death on a No. 8 Hook; Hot Shots, winner of an Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novel of the Year; Serious Crimes; Accidental Deaths; Fall Down Easy; Killers; Heartbreaker; Memory Lane; Karaoke Rap; Shutterbug; and Funny Money. His international thriller, Sandstorm, won the Author Award (fiction) from the Foundation for the Advancement of Canadian Letters in 1991

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Laurence Gough, who lives with his wife and two children in Vancouver, has written twelve Willows and Parker mysteries: The Goldfish Bowl . His international thriller, Sandstorm, won the Author Award (fiction) from the Foundation for the Advancement of Canadian Letters in 1991

The dead man turns out to be a plainclothes Panamanian police officer, in Vancouver for unspecified reasons. Laurence Gough, who lives with his wife and two children in Vancouver, has written twelve Willows and Parker mysteries: The Goldfish Bowl, winner of an Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel from the Crime Writers of Canada; Death on a No.

Vancouver’s streets are awash with unusually pure heroin. Addicts are dying like flies, but in this port city at the far end of the continent, junkies are a dime a baker’s dozen, and nobody’s counting. Then several dealers join the parade of the newly dead – and all of them worked for ancient crime kingpin Jake Cappalletti. The cops sniff a pattern.Then there’s April. She was lap-dancing when she met Wayne. He swept her off her feet at the end of her shift, just as soon as he’d finished dumping her parasitic ex-boyfriend into the trunk of his Caddy. Part of Wayne’s appeal is his raw ambition. He intends to replace Jake.April wants to be a contributing factor in her new man’s climb to the top. When the killing stops, Wayne’s going to need a fall guy, somebody to play multiple-murderer-for-a-day. So April kidnaps Lewis, a semi-successful con artist, and teaches him some very bad habits. Wayne’s so busy with murder and mayhem that he neglects April, and pretty soon she starts to believe she might be falling in love with Lewis.But, as usual, she could be wrong.Meanwhile, as the homicide squad engages in an intensive hunt for the most prolific killer in the city’s history, police detectives Jack Willows and Claire Parker have other – more personal – concerns. Willows, finally divorced, is free to marry Parker. But sometimes freedom’s just another word for plenty left to lose. Claire wants children; Jack already has two. As the investigation heats up, Willows believes that he and Parker won’t have time to spare for nagging domestic issues.Like April, he could be wrong.
  • Vancouver, British Columbia is like any other North American city in that the mortality rate of heroin addicts is much greater than the norm. Even amidst this sub-populace, the count has abruptly risen. However, most government officials and the general public are not interested in what happens to drug users as long as it remains within that sub-culture. However, the police notices that the recent increase in deaths seem to be mostly dealers working for Jake Cappelletti.
    Homicide detective Jack Willows wants to marry his peer, Claire Parker, but they have several important personal issues to deal with first,including whether to have children and where they should live. However, neither have the time to discuss their differences as they must stop a mass murderer, who simply wants to replace Jake as the top drug dealer. Even as the police and Jake close in on Wayne Sharpe, he knows how to live up to his surname. He sets it in motion a plan for someone else to take a temporary fall while he continues pressing his "case".
    SHUTTERBUG is the eleventh novel in the Willows-Parker regional police procedural series. The story line remains very fresh due to the events in the detectives' personal lives such as Jack finally obtaining a divorce from his first wife. The mystery is well designed in a hard boiled, in your face type of manner. Laurence Gough demonstrates why he is an award winning author with his newest novel.

    Harriet Klausner

  • In this eleventh novel in the series, Parker and Willows are now free to have their relationship progress (Willows got his divorce) and readers are treated to some more 'domestic moments' between the couple/partners. It's endearing yet (thankfully) not sappy. This is not to say that this book is all roses and sunshine! Gough takes you into the world of thugs, drug dealers and other criminals. It's not pretty, but it sure is interesting! I read this book in one sitting...I just couldn't put it down.