Black Fly Season Paperback / softback
by Giles Blunt
The third atmospheric psychological thriller featuring detectives Cardinal and Delorme, from the award-winning author of FORTY WORDS FOR SORROW. Sacrifice for the spirits or brutal murder? Someone in Algonquin Bay is out for blood. A young woman has been shot in the head. She can't remember why anyone wants to hurt her, or even her own name.
Then a body turns up - Wombat Guthrie, biker and drug dealer, has taken his last ride.
It's unlikely that the two cases are linked, but detectives Cardinal and Delorme keep encountering a name - 'Red Bear'.
A Chippewa shaman, Red Bear has recently moved into drugs and has enlisted the help of the spirit world.
In return the 'spirits' demand sacrifice - human sacrifice. As the woman regains her memory, Cardinal suspects that she may not be as innocent as she appears. And what of Red Bear? Really a shaman? Or just another dealer with an appetite for murder? The truth must be found before the spirits claim another 'sacrifice'...
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 496 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 05/12/2005
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780007151363
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