Dion and Leith aren’t just detectives, they’re human beings. See, that’s the problem.
RCMP officer David Leith and his team investigate a series of murders in this atmospheric new crime series.
Cold Girl — Book #1
A singer vanishes in the snowbound Hazeltons. Has she been snatched by the so-called Pickup Killer? Investigator David Leith has much to contend with — punishing weather and wily witnesses, plus a young constable who’s more hindrance than help. Suspects multiply, but only at the bitter end does Leith discover who is the coldest girl of all.
Undertow — Book #2
RCMP detective Leith fears he’s made a mistake bringing his family to North Vancouver. His first Serious Crimes Unit case has rocked his senses: who would brutally murder a mother, father, and baby? Detective Dion, also regretting the move, has returned to the city where he no longer fits in — but is he back in the swim, or destined to drown?
Creep — Book #3
A pair of dead bodies don’t seem linked, or even suspicious, at first, but Dion and Leith soon find themselves with a hairy murder case on their hands. As Dion gets tangled up with a witness and Leith loses himself in the case, a different kind of killer is on the prowl. But the rumours about him being more than human can’t possibly be true …
Flights and Falls — Books #4
While Constable Dave Leith investigates past incidents along the stretch of highway to zero in on the faceless prankster, his unlikely partner on the case, Cal Dion, begins to suspect the team is on the wrong track.
About the author
RM Greenaway has been a waitress and a darkroom technician, and also worked in probation. She travelled B.C. as a court reporter, and writes a crime series set in the province featuring the barely compatible RCMP detectives Cal Dion and David Leith. Her first novel, Cold Girl, won the 2014 Arthur Ellis Unhanged award. She lives in Nelson, B.C.
Greenaway brings a keen understanding of love, loyalty, frailty, and greed to her multilayered series debut.
A series to watch.
Greenaway is at her finest when she takes us up into the cold, forbidding wilderness, where few comforts serve to ease the mind or body.
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