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Five Crows Silver

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Five Crows Silver is a riveting, taut crime drama that will keep you guessing to the last page. When young girls go missing throughout Nova Scotia, Liverpool RCMP Corporal Cliff Graham and special investigator Sergeant Greg Paris come to realize they are playing a game of cat and mouse. The question is who is the cat, and who is the mouse?
Paperback, 232 pages
Published April 1st 2017 by MacIntyrePurcell Publishing, Inc
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Paula Dembeck
Jun 27, 2018 rated it it was ok
Vernon Oikle continues his Crow Series based in Liverpool Nova Scotia, a small town where the unusual behavior of crows has coincided with, predicted or marked strange events over the years.

Oikle picks up his ongoing narrative bringing readers up to date after the four preceding novels. Cliff Gorman has had heart surgery and is now resting at home on sick leave. His fifteen year old daughter Carly has moved East and is helping him at home. Greg Paris the fifty-five year old forensic psychologis
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A great series especially living in Lunenburg county area. Good writing
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Vernon Oickle lives in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. He studied journalism in Lethbridge, Alberta and upon his graduation in 1982, he returned to his hometown to begin his newspaper career. Since then, Vernon has won many regional, national and international awards for writing and photography. In 2012, he won the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors’ Golden Quill Award for best editorial wr ...more