Murder at the Mendel

Murder at the Mendel

Book - 1991
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Andy Boychuk is a successful Saskatchewan politician -- until one sweltering August afternoon when the party faithful gather at a picnic. All of the key people in Boychuk's life -- family, friends, enemies -- are there. Boychuk steps up to the podium to make a speech, takes a sip of water, and drops dead. Joanne Kilbourn, in her début as Canada's leading amateur sleuth, is soon on the case, delving into Boychuk's history. What she finds are a Bible college that's too good to be true, a woman with a horrifying and secret past, and a murderer who's about to strike again.
Publisher: Toronto : Douglas & McIntyre, c1991.
ISBN: 9780771014918
Characteristics: 213 p. ;,24 cm.
Alternative Title: Love and murder.


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A patron review from the Adult Summer Game: "Loving these Joanne Kilbourn mysteries. Gail has created a wonderful character who doesn't change through out the series. Her scene setting and character descriptions create strong stories and the twists keep you on your toes."

This is an early work and full talent has not emerged but setting is fun and the character of the protagonist is starting to develop. Good background to read later novels by Bowen

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