Green River Falling

By (author): R.J. McMillen
ISBN 9781771511681
Softcover | Publication Date: May 17, 2016
Book Dimensions: 5.25 in x 8 in
240 Pages

About the Book

When a series of murders targeting oil pipeline workers strikes in a remote coastal community in northern BC, Dan Connor and Walker pair up once again to solve the mystery.

Five pipeline employees have been murdered and a journalist is missing, and all the clues seems to lead to a Haida man who is also Walker’s friend.

Walker is convinced that his friend is innocent, and when RCMP officer Dan Connor is pulled into the investigation, the two pair up once again to search out the truth.

About the Author(s)

R. J. McMillen has spent over 30 years sailing the remote Pacific Northwest on a 36-foot sailboat she and her husband built, visiting the remote coastal communities where her family worked in the early 1900s.

Reviews

“These books honor the tradition of the great ’40’s and ’50’s mystery novelists.  In McMillen’s tales there are no psychic profilers, CSI forensics, or electronic surveillance, and yet despite their old-fashioned reliance on little more than intuition and powers of deduction they are as contemporary as the war on terrorism. The Dan Connor books are more than simple mysteries.  They are odes to the natural beauty and symbiosis of a world unspoiled by modern civilization, and to a Native race that has always respected it and understood its place in it.” —Riberas Authors