Welcome, readers of fine Canadian crime fiction!
And Justice For None, the long-awaited second novel in the J.M. Walsh Mystery Series, has been published.
And Justice For None will be available in paperback on Amazon.com and e-book format suitable for reading on your laptop, tablet or reader.
About the Book:
Struggling to avoid bankruptcy, ex-Mounted Police officer James M. Walsh agrees to investigate the death of a young Blackfoot woman in a suspicious house fire. The woman’s father, Chief William Starblanket, wants answers. And for some reason the police are silent.
Suspicions point to the woman’s husband, a wounded Afghanistan war veteran; his wealthy and reclusive Alberta business family; and a shadowy private “security” firm with a reputation for black ops.
In Geronimo’s Cadillac, the first Walsh novel, Walsh went looking for a missing man in the Montana mountains and stumbled into the middle of a firefight beween Homeland Security and a Native American terrorist.
And Justice For None takes Walsh into a different kind of wilderness, where corporate corruption is protected by legions of lawyers, cyber crime is widespread and a brave investigative journalist has discovered that in information wars, “the first casualty is the truth.”
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Why was this woman murdered in: And Justice For None ?
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“Barr has the Sam Spade/Phillip Marlowe thing going on pretty well”
“AND JUSTICE FOR NONE hits on a lot of current hot-button issues from indigenous relations to bio-engineering and about six other topics in between. The time is ripe for a novel like this”
“The plot is fascinating”
“Barr has the ability to bring the reader inside the character’s skin so that you are not only reading a wonderful story but you also see the story unfold through the character’s eyes. A contradiction, which to me is a sign of a successful story: As I came to the end, I wanted to read more quickly to find out how the story is resolved while wanting to read more slowly to make the story last longer”
“Walsh has an excellent, wry sense of humour. In places, he is really funny.”