Sunrise by Ron Crouch

Ontario Police Department Homicide Detective Johnny Oliver reflects on retirement as he sits at his desk in North Bay, contemplating what he is going to do with his life after policing. A phone call puts his plans on hold. He and his partner, Detective Sakaë Sayo head north to Kapuskasing, following logging roads into the…

Ontario Police Department Homicide Detective Johnny Oliver reflects on retirement as he sits at his desk in North Bay, contemplating what he is going to do with his life after policing.

A phone call puts his plans on hold. He and his partner, Detective Sakaë Sayo head north to Kapuskasing, following logging roads into the wilderness. It’s hunting season, only this time someone is hunting the hunters …
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“Lean, mean crime with little gristle”

Five Star Review on Amazon by Stuart R. West

Crouch’s Sunrise is an appealing modern noir. The characters are likable, the investigation compelling about a killer physically hunting other humans. Best of all are the realistic touches Crouch brings to the procedural approach. Extremely believable in the crime investigation details, so well is it done, I have to believe the author himself had an insider’s view in a past life. WIth a huge shock near the end, the book is recommended for crime fiction buffs.

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Author of O’Malley’s Cottage, Spithandle Lane, The Weatherman, Officer Down, Sunrise.

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