Trillium Book Awards Author Reading 2015

Grave Doubts: A Quin and Morgan Mystery by John Moss

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Grave Doubts: A Quin and Morgan Mystery by John Moss

The discovery of two headless corpses dressed in colonial clothing and locked in a grisly embrace draws Detectives Miranda Quin and David Morgan of the Toronto Police Service into a strange mixture of sex and death that ultimately threatens their own survival. The line between life and death is sometimes obscure... Beginning with morbid curiosity, Miranda and Morgan get caught up in a story of inspired depravity. Through revelations in such diverse locations as a Toronto demolition site, a lonely farmhouse on Georgian Bay, the crypt of a derelict church, and inside the murky depths of a shipwreck, this strange account of love, lust and murder builds to a horrific crescendo. Seduced by their own personal demons as they pursue their case from the heart of old Toronto into the chilling waters off Tobermory, wit, whimsy and the strength of affection help the redoubtable detectives endure. The spellbinding suspense of this strange adventure will leave the reader, quite literally, breathless.

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