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WINNER 2013 – Arthur Ellis Awards—Best Crime Novel
Praise for Giles Blunt
"[Giles Blunt's novels] stand as landmarks in what we might think of as the new Canadian crime wave. . . . John Cardinal is the quintessential modern Canadian crime fiction hero--the northern lawman reimagined."
"Blunt writes with the flashing grace of an ice skater skimming over a frozen pond."
--The New York Times Book Review
GILES BLUNT grew up in North Bay, Ontario. After spending over twenty years in New York City, he now lives in Toronto. He has written scripts for Law & Order, Street Legal and Night Heat, and is the author of the bestselling Cardinal crime series, which he is adapting as a television series for CTV. He has won the British Crime Writers' Macallan Silver Dagger and the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel. Until the Night is his sixth novel featuring John Cardinal and Lise Delorme.
Captivating from page ONE till the END can't wait for the next book I'M hookedPublished 7 months ago by Dianne
After discovering this series, have ordered every book and just found out I bought one out of order. Am sort of glad, because that means I have one more to read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by BevMar
It was a bit hard to follow at the start until I realized there are two stories going on here. Some chapters were written about a detective and his colleague investigating... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Frances
The descriptions of survival in the Arctic are very well done. The actual crime scenes were a bit too gruesome for me. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ken Wilson
Gilles Blunt at his best. This book can only be surpassed by his first one...Isn't that the way? I can't wait for another.Published 20 months ago by Andrea Pheasey
If you like Ian Rankin and if you have ever been to the high artic you will love this novel.Published on Sept. 4 2013 by Paul Peltola
I got four of them for my husband after I heard another writer sing the praises of Giles Blunt.... as the Canadian version of Peter Robinson. Read morePublished on July 25 2013 by Hermione