Seven Crows a Secret Yet To Be Told
The seventh book in Vernon Oickle’s acclaimed Crows series!
When the crows flock to Liverpool, Nova Scotia, murder and mayhem follow. It is has been this way for 200 years, and the Goodwin family has always been at the centre of the dark goings-on. Now things seem to be coming to a head, long-hidden secrets are emerging and former friends are meeting each other as deadly enemies.
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6x9 paperback, 342 pages
LEAVES ONE BREATHLESS
Vernon Oickle is one of the best criminal suspense writers in Canada. He crafts suspense with unassuming subtlety lulling the reader into complacency until suddenly the shock of what happens leaves one breathless. His ‘Crow’ series has long been a Maritime favourite, and I expect to see him explode on to the NYT bestseller list one of these days. — Marci Lin Melvin, author of Fortress, Thin Glass Houses, and Wildflowers.
As the author of more than 30 books, Vernon Oickle has the flair to make a story intriguing. The reader is drawn into the story whether it is the paranormal world or the spine-tingling mysteries we all enjoy. The success of the “Crow” series and the desire of his public for more, illustrate his ability to tantalize an audience. — Kathleen Stitt, Historian and co-author of Queens County: A History in Pictures