Honour Among Men: An Inspector Green Mystery

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Dundurn, Sep 1, 2006 - Fiction - 347 pages
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Inspector Green is coping with an office job, still eager to get back into the day-to-day fray of policing. His chance comes when an unidentified woman is drowned in the Ottawa River. In her possession is a Medal for Bravery from a peacekeeping mission. As Green and his team dig deeper into the military past, Green finds himself sucked not only into the murky past of a peacekeeping unit but into the high-stakes present of a federal election race. What crime was committed in Yugoslavia more than a decade ago? Is someone still killing to prevent that secret from coming to light? And does the diary of a dead soldier hold the key?

 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
6
CHAPTER THREE
17
CHAPTER FOUR
25
CHAPTER FIVE
34
CHAPTER SIX
48
CHAPTER SEVEN
57
CHAPTER EIGHT
71
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
176
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
186
CHAPTER NINETEEN
196
CHAPTER TWENTY
205
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
220
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
229
CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE
243
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
255

CHAPTER NINE
81
CHAPTER TEN
91
CHAPTER ELEVEN
96
CHAPTER TWELVE
108
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
122
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
135
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
151
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
165
CHAPTER TWENTYFIVE
268
CHAPTER TWENTYSIX
281
CHAPTER TWENTYSEVEN
298
CHAPTER TWENTYEIGHT
310
CHAPTER TWENTYNINE
320
CHAPTER THIRTY
327
CHAPTER THIRTYONE
337
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About the author (2006)

Barbara Fradkin was born in Montreal. Her work as a child psychologist provided ample inspiration and insight for plotting murders. Barbara has an affinity for the dark side, and her compelling short stories haunt several anthologies and magazines. Her Inspector Green novel Fifth Son won the Arthur Ellis Award for best novel in 2005. The fifth in the eight-book series, Honour Among Men, (2006), repeated the honour.

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