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Last Dance [Paperback]

David Russell
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Review

Russell artfully lets Winstons own words paint Winston as a bit self-righteous, prickly, and less discerning than Winston believes himself to be. (Publishers Weekly(Jan.))

Last Dance is a well written mystery. But it is more than that. It is a story about searching for a life that can sustain the soul regardless of how uphill the battle should be. (Hamilton Spectator 2012-02-04)

This is a solid mystery with a sad message: Hate does kill. (The Globe and Mail 2012-02-16)

It was a book that I wanted to discuss with others and see what they thought about it. This would be an excellent book for a book club. (Examiner.com 2012-02-15)

The first-person narrative, realistic dialogue and accessible cast create an engaging intimacy to this fast-paced social commentary. (The Winnipeg Free Press 2012-03-10)

deftly wraps a contentious issue inside a complex and revealing, burtal but also witty, bubble of crime. (The Toronto Sun 2012-03-11)

Russell has created some interesting characters and set them solidly in todays Vancouver. (The Saskatoon Star-Phoenix 2012-04-13)

About the Author

David Russell is a long-time member of the arts community in Vancouver. He has worked on stage and television, including performing as a company member with the Vancouver TheatreSports League for more than 15 years. Russell has written freelance for a number of publications, including Maclean's, Vancouver's Sun and Province, the award-winning online news site The Tyee, and others. He lives in Coquitlam, British Columbia.
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