Flights and Falls

Overview

A string of incidents causes Cal Dion to learn some harsh truths about himself.

A single-vehicle crash on the Sea to Sky Highway is blamed on the notorious stretch of road — but when bad things start
happening to the good people who stopped to help the victim, North Vancouver RCMP Constable Dave Leith starts to wonder
if something darker is at play.

Leith and his partner, JD, work through clues that are as close to bizarre as they’ve ever seen. At the same time, Leith is keeping tabs on a murder suspect who is too close for comfort: Cal Dion, a cop and colleague, knows all about crime — and perhaps how to get away with it.

Dion is looking at a long fall from grace, but his mind is on the Sea to Sky killings, and he’s beginning to think the team is on the wrong track. Could it be that a crime from his turbulent past holds the key?

Reviews

As always, it’s a pleasure to spend time with Cal and watch as he, Leith and Bosco engage in their intricate dance. I’ll close with a note to the author: please write faster.

NetGalley review

You could read Flights and Falls as a standalone, but I don’t think you would be able to fend off that book itch to read the rest of the series. I will be checking out the complete B.C. Blues crime series – you should too.

Trails of Tales blog

About the Author

R.M. Greenaway

Posted by KathrynB on January 19, 2016
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R.M. Greenaway

R.M. Greenaway has worked in probation and travelled British Columbia as a court reporter. Her first novel in the B.C. Blues Crime series, Cold Girl, won the Unhanged Arthur Ellis Award. She lives in Nelson, B.C.