Put on the Armour of Light by Catherine MacdonaldPut on the Armour of Light by Catherine Macdonald

Put on the Armour of Light

byCatherine Macdonald

Paperback | November 22, 2014

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2016 Manitoba Book Awards' Michael Van Rooy Award for Genre Fiction - Winner

Secrets are lurking behind the proper exteriors of Winnipeg's turn-of-the-century houses.

In June 1899, the Reverend Charles Lauchlan's industrious life as a young Presbyterian minister is knocked off the rails when he learns that his former university roommate has been arrested on murder charges.

The chief of police says it's an open-and-shut case, but Sergeant Setter - labelled as a misfit by his fellow officers - disagrees. Lauchlan and Setter become uneasy allies in a search that takes them from the sleaziest bars to the most sumptuous drawing rooms of turn-of-the-century Winnipeg. On the way, Lauchlan uses his pastoral skills in ways never anticipated in the seminary. As time runs out he must risk everything, even his heart, in order to find the real killer.
Catherine Macdonald worked as an archivist and completed an M.A. in western Canadian history, then opened a consulting business to market her historical skills. She built a career on painstaking research and excellent writing that garnered awards. And then one morning she woke up with an idea for a mystery. She lives in Winnipeg, Manit...
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Title:Put on the Armour of LightFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.66 inPublished:November 22, 2014Publisher:DundurnLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1459715497

ISBN - 13:9781459715493

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from I loved this book! Great read! I loved this book. I especially liked the way the author described turn of the century life in Winnipeg. I spent my childhood there and it was great to read about its early days. Can't wait for the next instalment!
Date published: 2015-03-22

Editorial Reviews

In this exuberant patchwork quilt of 1899 Winnipeg, a number of painful truths bubble to the surface as Lauchlan uncovers the real culprit. - Winnipeg Free Press