From the Edgar Award– and Arthur Ellis Award– nominated author of Ragged Lake comes the third installment in the Frank Yakabuski series
In the final scene of Cape Diamond, millions of dollars’ worth of diamonds went missing, which is where Ron Corbett’s latest novel begins. When rumors spread that they were buried on Mission Road, an old logging trail outside the town, people swarm to the area, setting up temporary camps and searching for fortune. But when a known murderer shows up, the real mystery begins.
Detective Frank Yakabuski must juggle a 21st-century diamond rush, killers on the run, and his ex-cop dad, in this third book in the series.
Ron Corbett is an author, journalist, and broadcaster living in Ottawa. He is the author of seven nonfiction books; his first novel, Ragged Lake, the first book in the Frank Yakabuski mystery series, received rave reviews and an Edgar nomination by the Mystery Writers of America for Best Original Paperback. He is married to award-winning photojournalist Julie Oliver.
“Yakabuski, a senior detective in the Springfield Regional Police Service, stands tall throughout as he investigates kidnapping, murder, extortion, and more.” — Publishers Weekly
“This third book in Ottawa journalist Ron Corbett’s excellent Frank Yakabuski series is the best so far. It combines Canadian history with great characters and a modern take on an old plot . . . Corbett does his subject and his characters, lots of them, proud.” — The Globe and Mail