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Lindstrom Unbound

by (author) John Moss

Iguana Books
Initial publish date
May 2019
Private Investigators, International Mystery & Crime, Psychological
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Having retreated to the idyllic Polynesian island of Bora Bora to savour and lament the lost past, Harry Lindstrom finds himself drawn into a strange relationship with a raven-haired, B-list movie actress and her invalid husband. Harry learns from the amiably grotesque Inspector Theophil Queequeg that they are leaders of a virulent religious movement, and that the woman is far more dangerous than he could ever have imagined. Back in Toronto, she reappears with a disturbing capacity to make Harry wonder about the moral justifications for murder. Separately, they travel to England where they challenge the horrific intentions of the cult. Lindstrom Unbound is the final book in a trilogy, following Lindstrom Alone and Lindstrom’s Progress.

About the author

John Moss writes mysteries because nothing brings life into focus like the murder of strangers. Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 2006 in recognition of his career as a professor of Canadian literature with over a score of books in his field, John moved progressively away from literary criticism to creative writing, before settling comfortably into the Quin and Morgan series which now occupies his writing efforts full time. He and his wife, Beverley Haun, whose book, Inventing ‘Easter Island’, grew out of her work as a cultural theorist and their travel adventures as scuba divers, share a stone farmhouse with numerous ghosts in Peterborough, Ontario. 

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