Little Boy Blues

Little Boy Blues

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Camilla MacPhee is looking forward to cutting loose at Ottawa's Bluesfest, a huge open-air extravaganza, and to seeing the tail end of her annoying office assistant, Alvin, who is finally quitting. Then the news comes from the East Coast. Alvin's younger brother Jimmy has vanished from the midst of a Canada Day crowd in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Is he dead? Sleuthing irritably about Sydney on Alvin's behalf, Camilla manages to make the usual quota of people froth at the mouth, including Jimmy's frantic family and forlorn friends. Before Camilla knows it, all roads lead back to Ott awa, where a killer waits to create havoc among the tents, guitar pickers and happy, swaying crowds.


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In the third Camilla MacPhee Mystery, Camilla’s looking forward to cutting loose at Ottawa’s Bluesfest, the huge open-air extravaganza, and to seeing the tail end of her annoying office assistant, Alvin, who is finally quitting. Then the news comes from the East Coast. Alvin’s younger brother Jimmy has vanished from the midst of a Canada Day crowd in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Is he dead? Has he been abducted? Sleuthing irritably about Sydney on Alvin’s behalf, Camilla manages to make the usual quota of people froth at the mouth, including Jimmy’s frantic family, forlorn friends and puzzled teachers. She doesn’t spare the parish priest or even the guy at the chip stand. Before Camilla knows it, all roads lead back to Ottawa, where a killer with everything to lose waits to create havoc among the tents, guitar-pickers and happy, swaying crowds. If Camilla doesn’t sort out this whole mess, how many other people are going to die?


Camilla's looking forward to cutting loose at Bluesfest, Ottawa's huge open-air extravaganza, and to seeing the tail-end of her annoying office assistant, Alvin, who is finally quitting. Then news comes from the East Coast. Alvin's younger brother has vanished in the midst of a Canada Day crowd in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Is he dead?



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Camilla's looking forward to cutting loose at Bluesfest, Ottawa's huge open-air extravaganza, and to seeing the tail-end of her annoying office assistant, Alvin, who is finally quitting. Then news comes from the East Coast. Alvin's younger brother has vanished in the midst of a Canada Day crowd in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Is he dead?


In the third Camilla MacPhee Mystery, Camilla's looking forward to cutting loose at Ottawa's Bluesfest, the huge open-air extravaganza, and to seeing the tail end of her annoying office assistant, Alvin, who is finally quitting. Then the news comes from the East Coast. Alvin's younger brother Jimmy has vanished from the midst of a Canada Day crowd in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Is he dead? Has he been abducted? Sleuthing irritably about Sydney on Alvin's behalf, Camilla manages to make the usual quota of people froth at the mouth, including Jimmy's frantic family, forlorn friends and puzzled teachers. She doesn't spare the parish priest or even the guy at the chip stand. Before Camilla knows it, all roads lead back to Ottawa, where a killer with everything to lose waits to create havoc among the tents, guitar-pickers and happy, swaying crowds. If Camilla doesn't sort out this whole mess, how many other people are going to die?



Publisher: Toronto : Rendezvous Press, c2002
ISBN: 9780929141947
0929141946
Characteristics: 338 p. ; 19 cm

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Dec 08, 2010

great story, silly, silly writing

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