Quite Perfectly Dead: Cards and Crime in Vegas and Montreal by Geri Newell GillenQuite Perfectly Dead: Cards and Crime in Vegas and Montreal by Geri Newell Gillen

Quite Perfectly Dead: Cards and Crime in Vegas and Montreal

byGeri Newell Gillen, Geri Newell

Paperback | October 20, 2016

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Poker Anyone?

Joe Cameron, a Montreal ex-cop turned Private Eye, is hired by a woman to investigate the death of her brother, which occurred within hours of playing in a poker tournament in Las Vegas. The local police have concluded that the death was a suicide, but the sister doesn't buy it. Cameron flies to Vegas to find out the truth. The suicide theory appears to hold water, and Cameron returns to Montreal with the corpse. But after a second body is discovered in Vegas, under very similar circumstances, an investigation is launched and a cross-border task force is formed between Vegas and Montreal. The Vegas cop who worked both crime scenes is sent to Montreal to partner with a cop who happens to be Cameron's best friend. Cameron jumps in with both feet to help, his passion for solving crimes only surpassed by his love of women, booze, poker, and Asian food.

Shuffle up and deal!

Geri Newell Gillen was born in Ottawa, Canada. She grew up in Montreal, on a steady diet of Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden. She was educated in Montreal and held numerous jobs which included Chimpanzee babysitter, program typist for the Festival international du film en 16mm, and McGill University Library shelf-stacker. She finally settl...
Title:Quite Perfectly Dead: Cards and Crime in Vegas and MontrealFormat:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.6 inPublished:October 20, 2016Publisher:Geri NewellLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1928049451

ISBN - 13:9781928049456

Editorial Reviews

"The scenes Geri Newell Gillen told from the killer's POV left me with a chill. Well done." -- Dietrich Kalteis, Author of 'Triggerfish'"The premise of the book is entirely believable, and it held my interest throughout." -- Gerry Fostaty, 'Ottawa Review of Book'"Gillen cleverly whipsaws the reader from Las Vegas to Montreal, and back again." -- David Whellams, Author of 'The Verdict on Each Man Dead'