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Whale Fall by Ann Lambert Book Launch

23 October at 14:00 16:00 EDT

Join us at the launch of Whale Fall , the third book in Ann Lambert’s Russell and Leduc mystery series, where Marie Russell and Detective Roméo Leduc are finally getting married. However, the joyous occasion is overshadowed by the unexpected arrival of Magnus Sørenson, renowned eco-warrior and Marie’s first great love. When Magnus’ plans for a dramatic environmental protest take a dark turn, Roméo and Marie are forced to abandon their honeymoon in the Laurentians in order to catch a killer, unearthing long-buried secrets along the way. Fast-paced and chilling, Whale Fall is a riveting tale of love, vengeance and climate justice.

Hosted by Ann’s daughter, playwright Alice Abracen. There will be a reading and a Q & A !

Praise for Whale Fall:
“[Ann Lambert] has produced her third stunning murder mystery after The Birds That Stay and The Dogs of Winter, combining terrific whodunits with subtle messages of social justice and marvellous characterization… Whale Fall is a rare reminder that just one murder is a tragedy; you don’t need bloodshed and gore and gunfire to have a crackerjack of a story.” —Nick Martin, Winnipeg Free Press
“This series gets better with every book; warm hearted, well-plotted, and with a wonderful sense of place. I can’t wait for the next one. It felt like catching up with old friends.” —Ann Cleeves, internationally best-selling author of the Vera Stanhope, Shetland and Two Rivers series.

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Date:
23 October
Time:
14:00 – 16:00 EDTw
Cost:
Free
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https://paragraphbooks.com/
2220 McGill College Ave
Montreal, Quebec H3A 3P9 Canada
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