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Blackflies Are Murder

Summary Blackflies Are Murder

In the seuel to Northern Winters Are Murder it’s now high summer in Northern Ontario where everyone is bear bait even the bears Gunshots chase Belle Palmer from her uiet forest paths Then on her remote lakeside road the savage and unexplainable. As with book one in the Belle Palmer series Allin is able to completely place the reader in the setting of Greater Sudbury Ontario The seasons have changed it is now summer Belle's ice locked lake from Book One is now open for canoeing fishing and evening rambles on a party house boat Berries are ripe gardens are thriving summer treks are inviting On the downside summer is a time for high humidity hot temperatures and insects especially black flies have moved beyond simple pests to the role of torturers Allin continues to develop Belle's character She is still a lover of dogs nature family and others In this book her agency seems successful although Allin has stressed that Real Estate is a seasonal business and this is Belle's busy season She is able to sell one of the properties on Edgewater Road introducing a charming new resident to the neighborhood Charles Sullivan a dapper silver haired gentleman with a courtly manner is Belle's new neighbor He is a good listener when Belle shares her sorrow from finding one of her long term neighbors corpse Perhaps it is the heat perhaps it is the seemingly lack of attention from the police but Belle seems a bit acerbic and a great deal insistent in finding the solution to the deathAs I mentioned in my first review the books were written almost 20 years ago Yet Allin was really prescient in her choice of themes The story feels very contemporary Recommended

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Murder of an elderly neighbour puts her on guard against two footed killers Does the answer lie in the woods In the alleys of the Nickel Capital Or in the black rock moonscape of an ecological disaster area Belle’s investigations gradually unc. RIP Lou Allin a former colleague at Cambrian College I don't feel this is a true mystery as much as it is a series of observational musings on the life of a transplant to northern Ontario Kudos to Allin for tackling the issue of residential schools but her breezy descriptive style seems to be at odds with this serious topic2017 Reading Challenge a book set in your hometownregion On the Dark Side of the Moon: A Journey Toward Recovery elderly neighbour puts her on guard against two footed killers Does the answer lie in the woods In the alleys of the Nickel Capital Or in the black rock moonscape of an Vania ecological disaster area Belle’s investigations gradually unc. RIP Lou Allin a former colleague at Cambrian College I don't feel this is a true mystery as much as it is a series of observational musings on the life of a transplant to northern Ontario Kudos to Allin for tackling the issue of residential schools but her breezy descriptive style seems to be at odds with this serious topic2017 Reading Challenge a book set in your hometownregion

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Over the sordid details of a sexual abuse scandal in a residential school years before that has left scars on its victim that can never heal The horrifying truth and its deadly fallout may destroy many lives before this tragedy reaches its last a. I really enjoyed this book I think that Allin has found her groove on this one; she certainly smoothed out some of the bumps from the first of this series and the first of a new series almost inevitably has bumps I also thought that the ending was well done for this story


4 thoughts on “Blackflies Are Murder

  1. says:

    As with book one in the Belle Palmer series Allin is able to completely place the reader in the setting of Greater Sudbury Ontario The seasons have changed it is now summer Belle's ice locked lake from Book One is now open for canoeing fishing and evening rambles on a party house boat Berries are ripe gardens are thriving summer treks are inviting On the downside summer is a time for high humidity hot temperatures and insects especially black flies have moved beyond simple pests to the role of torturers Allin continues to develop Belle's character She is still a lover of dogs nature family and others In this book her agency seems successful although Allin has stressed that Real Estate is a seasonal business and this is Belle's busy season She is able to sell one of the properties on Edgewater Road introducing a charming new resident to the neighborhood Charles Sullivan a dapper silver haired gentleman with a courtly manner is Belle's new neighbor He is a good listener when Belle shares her sorrow from finding one of her long term neighbors corpse Perhaps it is the heat perhaps it is the seemingly lack of attention from the police but Belle seems a bit acerbic and a great deal insistent in finding the solution to the deathAs I mentioned in my first review the books were written almost 20 years ago Yet Allin was really prescient in her choice of themes The story feels very contemporary Recommended


  2. says:

    RIP Lou Allin a former colleague at Cambrian College I don't feel this is a true mystery as much as it is a series of observational musings on the life of a transplant to northern Ontario Kudos to Allin for tackling the issue of residential schools but her breezy descriptive style seems to be at odds with this serious topic2017 Reading Challenge a book set in your hometownregion


  3. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I think that Allin has found her groove on this one; she certainly smoothed out some of the bumps from the first of this series and the first of a new series almost inevitably has bumps I also thought that the ending was well done for this story


  4. says:

    Great book If you're a northerner or a cottage dweller a must read Allin's love the northern scape is clear and her writing shows it Read


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