The Ferryman Will Be There by Rosemary Aubert
An Ellis Portal Mystery (Ellis Portal Mysteries)

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This is the third in prize-winning author rosemary Aubert's mystery series featuring Ellis Portal, a disgraced former judge, the unconventional sleuth described by the New Your Times as "a character with dignity and unusual moral depth." The second novel in the series, the Feast of Stephen, won Canada's Arthur Ellis Award as best mystery novel of 1999.
 

About Rosemary Aubert

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Rosemary Aubert is a professional criminologist living in Toronto. Her mysteries have been translated in France, Germany, and Japan.
 
Published January 1, 2001 by BRIDGE WORKS PUBLISHING COMPANY. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But when a meeting that his manipulative old rival John Stoughton-Melville has set up with Ellis’s estranged son Jeffrey goes sour, and a greedy developer seizes his rooming house from under him and his landlady, former girl-gang member Tootie Beets, Ellis, seeing no better options, resigns himse...

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Canadian Aubert's third Ellis Portal mystery (Free Reign;

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The Ferryman Will Be There is the third in Rosemary Aubert's brilliant Ellis Portal series.

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