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Who Killed You, John-Henry?
by Dianne Rossol

A man’s lifeless body is found near the sidewalk in a sleepy suburban community, but the snow that has fallen during the night fails to cover the blood that surrounds him. Sergeant Frank Norris has solved many a crime during his twenty-five years with the police service, and he is determined to discover who is involved in the murder of the victim, John-Henry Hamilton. As the case takes multiple twists and turns, Frank finds himself falling for John-Henry’s girlfriend, who had unknowingly been there on the night of the murder. Through a series of events, Frank and Eve find solace in each other’s arms: Frank revels in the way Eve can ease his stress after a long day at work, and Eve finds his steadfastness and hypnotic green eyes completely captivating. Frank must use all of his experience, and that of his team, to round up the unsavoury characters that seem to be wound up in a plot of revenge, money, and drugs. But he worries that there’s simply not enough evidence, and too many complications, to finally put this case to rest.

This book is Dianne Rossol’s first novel. She is also the author of a book of poetry called, A Sweet New Season: Reflections. Dianne is retired and lives in Medicine Hat, Alberta, with her husband. In addition to writing, she loves animals, photography, and taking organized tours.


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