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Lucky Strike

4.14 of 5 stars 4.14  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Lucky Strike is a light-hearted laugh-out-loud mystery with a cast of characters who epitomize life Down East. Eric Spratt, a conservative accountant from Toronto, is forced to flee to the remote Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia and there, become Charles Trenchant, reclusive writer. He knows that anonymity and discretion are the only weapons he has to protect himself from the ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Napolean and Co
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Charles Trenchant is moving to a small community on the coast of Nova Scotia as a member of the witness protection agency. He was working as an accountant in Toronto when he inadvertently became a Crown Prosecutor witness against a well known Mafia leader. Charles (aka Eric) never had many friends when he lived in Toronto, he kept to himself, so he is unprepared for the friendliness of the small community he has been moved to. He tries to keep a low profile but before he knows it, he has done an ...more
Lorna Kennedy
I really enjoyed this book. I loved all the characters and the plot had lots of twists and turns. I also liked that it was set in Nova Scotia.
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