Confined Space

Confined Space

[a Bern Fortin Novel]

Book - 2012
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Bern Fortin ex-Canadian Forces commander cuts his military career to take a job as the coroner for a small mountain town, hoping to leave his past behind. He is calling in for a routine investigation because the body of one of the workers at the local brewery is found floating in the huge bottle-washing tank. Bern needs the help of brewery safety investigator Evie Chapelle, soon both of them find themselves risking their jobs and their lives to uncover the killer.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Simon & Schuster, 2012
Edition: Touchstone export ed. --
ISBN: 9781451669473
Characteristics: 391 p


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Jun 24, 2015

I had real hopes for this book because she's a good writer and the story sounded interesting but... within 140-150 pages you learn that a person has accidentally died in a small brewery in a small town and nobodies organizing a funeral rather they are having a pot luck to get beyond the accident? Not very credible. I think the mystery genre can reveal lots about human beings and history and provide entertainment but this book didn't do much of that. Darn!

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