Deadly Lessons

Deadly Lessons

Book - 2006
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Winston Patrick, a successful lawyer but dissatisfied with his career defending the downtrodden of Vancouver's criminal world, trades in the courtroom for the high school classroom. Soon Winston's past life meets his present when a student accuses a fellow colleague of a teacher-student love affair. Reluctantly, Winston agrees to provide legal defence, but the case takes an even uglier turn: the student is murdered, making her alleged lover the prime suspect. And this is no ordinary student. With her family connections reaching as high as the Prime Minister's office, Winston and his friend Detective Andrea Pearson find themselves immersed in a murder investigation that could cause an international incident, if it doesn't cost Winston his own life first.

Publisher: Toronto : Napoleon Pub., [2006]
Copyright Date: ©2006
ISBN: 9781894917353
Branch Call Number: RUS
Characteristics: 346 pages


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Dec 23, 2013

D'un auteur canadien (Vancouver):
David Russell is a long-time member of the arts community in British Columbia. His first Winston Patrick mystery, Deadly Lessons, was shortlisted for the Arthur Ellis Award for best first novel. He lives in Coquitlam.

Très bien écrit, un excellent vocabulaire, très vivant.

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