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The First Thing We Do by Robert Michael McKenzie

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It is the fall of 1991: the Expos are still years away from leaving Montreal, cell phones are just beginning to appear and the embryonic Internet is composed of a few “bulletin boards”.

And someone is killing lawyers in Montreal. When the second such victim, defense attorney Danny Abrams, is shot dead the police decide immediately that it is a “settling of accounts”, believing he was involved in a cocaine deal gone wrong. Since the police seem uninterested, his father Maurice, a prominent lawyer, calls in criminologist Charles Dupont to solve the case.

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A Charles Dupont Mystery

English

Fiction

mystery

2006

1-897336-07-1

Redlader Publishing (Price-Patterson Ltd.)

Montreal

2006

215

softcover