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    Appealing new fictional sleuth

    A highly successful Canadian landscape artist is killed under mysterious circumstances while sailing on Georgian Bay. Murder is not something the small local police detachment is used to dealing with in this remote part of Ontario. The killing is brutal, but is the motive anger, jealousy, or money? Young OPP detective Eva Naslund is assigned the case. In Naslund, author Potter has created a sympathetic protagonist, a young female detective carefully navigating a male world. She is intelligent and ambitious, but with an appealing vulnerability. The setting on Ontario’s Bruce Peninsula is also evoked to great effect. Both the stark beauty of the limestone escarpment and the unsettled nature of Georgian Bay’s often stormy inland sea contribute to the atmosphere. The tone and setting is somewhat reminiscent of Scandinavian detective fiction, but the characters and setting remain uniquely Canadian and help set this story apart from its competition. Bay of Blood is an exciting new entry into the world of Canadian detective fiction. I look forward to the next book in the series.
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    Fast-paced and loaded with insight

    This book delivers intriguing characters and excellent dialogue. It was fast-paced. The author entwines police procedure, boating, and the art world with a cracking mystery. Highly recommended.
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    Hooked from the get-go

    I was hooked from the get-go. We get a baffling forensic puzzle. We get sailing twists. We get gorgeous descriptions of Georgian Bay, Ontario. Think Snow Falling On Cedars set in Canada. Enjoyed it immensely! DMAG.
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    Great read

    Great read. This is a detective novel with soul. Detective Eva Naslund is a gem. She’s logical and intuitive. She's tough and approachable. Looking forward to more Eva Naslund.
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    Great combo: noir mystery and famous painter

    great read. a real page turner. if you're a whodunit fan or art lover, this book will get you. it's a noir mystery with a famous painter at its core.
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