When a series of murders threatens the lives of an entire community in Vancouver, RCMP Corporal Paul Blakemore and Inspector Coswell team up once again to solve the case. What begins as an array of hate crimes suddenly culminates into a conspiracy against an American politician, and the lines between Canada and the United States are blurred as suspicions rise from both sides. To solve this case, both detectives must look beyond the powers of one culprit and instead focus on the ventures of an entire underground organisation, all while protecting members of their own city. An intense thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end, West End Murders is a great bedside read that threatens to keep you up well into the night.
Roy Innes was born in Regina, Saskatchewan, but has lived most of his life on the West Coast. A retired eye surgeon, he turned his love of reading crime novels into writing them. His Inspector Coswell of the RCMP series began with Murder in the Monashees (2005) followed by West End Murders (2008) and then Murder in the Chilcotin (2010); all with excellent reviews. He lives with his wife on Gabriola Island, B.C.