THE WALKER ON THE CAPE

Paperback | July 2, 2012

byMike Martin

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The Walker on the Cape follows Winston Windflower as he investigates a mysterious death in the small community of Grand Bank, Newfoundland. Windflower is a Cree from Alberta who is an RCMP Sergeant and really a fish out of water in Grand Bank.

But he learns to like and even love the community and a special woman who lives there. Along the way he discovers that under the surface things are not what the seem in this sleepy little town,  

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The Walker on the Cape follows Winston Windflower as he investigates a mysterious death in the small community of Grand Bank, Newfoundland. Windflower is a Cree from Alberta who is an RCMP Sergeant and really a fish out of water in Grand Bank.But he learns to like and even love the community and a special woman who lives there. Along t...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:252 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.68 inPublished:July 2, 2012Publisher:Baico PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1926945972

ISBN - 13:9781926945972

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Praise for The Walker on the Cape “The Walker on the Cape offers some foxily constructed plotting, a winning sleuth figure and an air of charming cheerfulness.” The Toronto Star “It¹s fun to read a mystery like this. The setting is nicely realized, the characters have some weight, and the details are telling, like the fog with a mind of its own.” The Telegram Writers try like Dickens to open their stories with a hook, some tasty bait to catch and hold the reader’s attention. Martin hooked me in the first paragraph with a description of Elias’ breakfast of, along with porridge, “thick molasses bread smothered in partridge berry jam.” The Clarenville Packet