Forty Words for Sorrow by Giles Blunt

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GILES BLUNT grew up in North Bay, Ontario. After spending over twenty years in New York City, he now lives in Toronto. He has written scripts for "Law & Order, Street Legal "and "Night Heat," and is the author of the bestselling Cardinal crime series, which he is adapting as a television series for CTV. He has won the British Crime Writers' Macallan Silver Dagger and the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel. "Until the Night" is his sixth novel featuring John Cardinal and Lise Delorme.
Published March 5, 2002 by Berkley. 372 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Business & Economics, Crime. Fiction

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While Lise is mounting a sting operation aimed at reeling in Cardinal for the Corbett infractions and the labs in Toronto are busy analyzing fingerprint and fiber evidence in the disappearances/murders, Keith London, a young tourist stopping in the area on his way west, vanishes, and the amiable,...

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Sorrow is palpable, and readers making their way through the book will feel like they're walking hunched over against a steady, chilling wind—but the final destination, like Cardinal's final redemption, is well earned and well worth the trip.

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Someone in the police department has been tipping off a notorious criminal and every time the police are about to arrest him in the commission of a crime, he disappears.

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