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196 Results
Five ways to disappear —Greenaway, R. M., author.

"A dangerous undercover assignment nearly puts Dion in his grave. North Vancouver RCMP constables Leith and Dion have several mysteries to solve in the optimistic spring sunshine, starting with who has skewered the annoy...

Blood sports —Robinson, Eden, author.

Set in Vancouver's downtown east side, "Blood sports" tells the story of two cousins caught in a world of drugs, extortion and prostitution who suddenly find themselves pawns in a larger and more even dangerous game. Rob...

The white angel : a mystery —Gray, John, 1946- author.

"Vancouver is in an uproar over the death by gunshot of a Scottish nanny, Janet Stewart. An almost deliberately ham-handed police investigation has Constable Hook suspecting a cover-up. The powerful United Council of Sco...

The end of east : a novel —Lee, Jen Sookfong.

A portrait of three generations of the Chan family living in Vancouver's Chinatown.

Hell and gone —Wiebe, Sam, author.

"In one moment of public violence, everything changes for Dave Wakeland. When masked shooters storm an office building in Chinatown, leaving a trail of carnage, the Vancouver PI and his partner, Jeff Chen, find themselve...

River of lies —Greenaway, R. M., author.

PREVIOUS BOOK IN SERIES: FLIGHTS AND FALLS, ISBN 9781459741508. In rain-drenched Vancouver, detectives Dion and Leith chase connections between a tragic drowning, a violent assault, and an apparent suicide, in this fifth...

All that matters : a novel —Choy, Wayson, 1939-

Sequel to: The Jade peony. In Vancouver's Chinatown in the 1930s and 1940s, the Chen family struggles to survive in a foreign land and to keep alive the traditions of an older world.

The jade peony : a novel —Choy, Wayson, 1939-

Told through the vivid, intense reminiscences of three children of an immigrant family. They each experience a very different childhood as they encounter the complexities of birth and death, love and hate, kinship and ot...

Creep —Greenaway, R. M., author.

"It seems the October rains have brought death and disaster to North Vancouver. A missing hiker is found by his son and daughter - was he frightened to death? - on an old-growth trail in the Lynn Headwaters park; a foul ...

The ooze —McAdam, Tash, author.

"Bran's taking the recycling down to the basement when the lights go out and the elevator stalls. Bran's phone's dead, he can hear screaming, but he can't get out. Eventually, he manages to pry the doors open to find tha...

Finding Izzy —Doherty, Sheryl, author.

A teen wakes up in a hospital with no memory. There is nothing to indicate who she might be--no identification and no distinguishing marks on her body, not even a freckle. She is brought to a foster home where she wades ...

Fit to kill —Heneghan, James, 1930-

A journalist finds himself in the midst of the hunt for a brutal serial killer who is murdering women in Vancouver's West End.

The love code —Bach, Mette, 1976- author.

Astrid is a teen living in Vancouver who has lost everything: her girlfriend to a guy and her social status when her parents lose their jobs. Determined to make her way into university, she joins a robotics club hoping t...

No going back : a novel —Kamal, Sheena, author.

Nora Watts has a talent for seeing what lies beneath strangers' surfaces, and for knowing what they're working hard to keep hidden. Somehow, it's the people closest to her she has trouble truly connecting with. In the ca...

Another kind of cowboy —Juby, Susan, 1969-

In Vancouver, British Columbia, two teenage dressage riders, one a spoiled rich girl and the other a closeted gay sixteen-year-old boy, come to terms with their identities and learn to accept themselves.

Help! I'm alive : a novel —Basran, Gurjinder, author.

"A powerfully emotional story of four people touched by a teen's death, award-winning author Gurjinder Basran's Help! I'm Alive is a clear-eyed exploration of meaningful connection in the modern era. After video footage ...

Five little indians —Good, Michelle, author.

With compassion and insight, 'Five Little Indians' chronicles the desperate quest of these residential school survivors to come to terms with their past and, ultimately, find a way forward. Michelle Good is a writer of C...

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