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Fiction Traditional British


by (author) Keith Weaver

Iguana Books
Initial publish date
Jul 2023
Traditional British, General, Crime
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    Publish Date
    Jul 2023
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When a careless and headstrong teenager manages to drop a suitcase into a small central-Ontario lake, her obsessive need to recover it is the initial element that unleashes a chain of stressful and ominous events. But worse, much worse, is to come.

The lake holds a secret, and when that secret emerges, a past that is grim and violent rises up with it. Private Investigator Mark Whelan is called in early to assist in dealing with what is thought to be a short-term and manageable problem. But the nature and scope of the unfolding situation is soon revealed to be vast, lethal, complex, and seemingly impossible to comprehend. Ultimately, Whelan and his colleague Mike Jefferson are drawn into a web that involves multiple murders, drugs, a bounty hunter, and an airplane that seems to be in two places at the same time, all linked in a way that suggests a mastermind at work.

Behind all the complexity is a story whose ultimate driver surprises everyone.

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About the author

Having successfully retired from a long and fulfilling engineering career, Keith Weaver has made the switch to an enduring passion: writing. The present book, Flight, joins his other five novels, one novella, two books of short stories, and the memoir in tribute to his extraordinary wife, Maggie. There are further books in the pipeline. For an addicted reader and someone who has always had an insatiable thirst for knowledge, writing provides the perfect means to integrate all his interests in science, history, philosophy, languages, and technology, and to pursue fresh knowledge on every front. Things that anchor him to the real world are cooking, cycling in Europe, bread making, wine tasting in vineyards, spending time with many good friends, and enjoying the company of his two cats.

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