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A Ring of Justice

A Ring of Justice

Rick Robichaud abandoned science to stay home and support his wife’s career as a veterinarian near the village of Bear River, Nova Scotia, where old ways and new, fair play and foul, generosity and crime weave threads of joy and hatred, contentment and murder.
   Rick must untangle the threads to reveal startling truths, uncertain justice and the enduring power of friendship.


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Everything you want in an entertaining story is here: nice people, nasty people, kind deeds, dirty deeds, and unofficial justice, from grisly to satisfying. Loose-knit communities along the Annapolis Valley's western end are tight-knit when they need to be. There's even a stay-at-home dad who doesn't stay home much. Male-volent bikers, a family fortune, poison, guns, gasoline... Leighton tells a great story.
Jan Fancy Hull, author of the
Tim Brown Mystery Series

Ted Leighton casts an intriguing tale of murder and community redemption in rural Nova Scotia as he explores the evil present in some men’s hearts. A Ring of Justice is a compelling read.
JM Blais, author of Working the Blue Lines:
lessons learned from hockey and policing

  • Book details

    5x8 paperback, 208 pages

    ISBN: 9781990187445

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