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Just Murder: A Mystery Novel

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Late at night on a deserted street in downtown Toronto, Amanda Martin is attacked from behind. Suddenly a mysterious woman with a gun steps out to confront the attacker; Amanda manages to escape. Racing for safety, she hears the sound of a single gunshot.

Six months later, news photographer Lily Ross, investigating an unsolved murder, finds herself pulled into a web of dang
Paperback, 252 pages
Published May 27th 2003 by Sumach Press
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Jan Rehner has published poetry, literary criticism, a feminist analysis of infertility, and a text on critical thinking. Her novel, Just Murder, won the 2004 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Crime Novel. Her second mystery, On Pain of Death, is set in France during World War II and was be published by Sumach Press in Fall, 2007. She lives in Toronto and teaches Professional and Academic writing ...more
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