Last Dance: A Winston Patrick Mystery Paperback – Jan 28 2012
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
Anyway this is actually an enjoyable read and I'd read any more that David Russell might write in this series.