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The Silk Train Murder

Author: Rowse, Sharon Set In . . .
 North America, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver
Genre: Historical Novel
Time Frame: 1800s
Published: 2007

When his best friend is arrested for the murder of a notorious gangster, gentleman adventurer John Granville is determined to hunt down the real killer.

It’s 1899. To save his friend, Granville must dive into the seedy side of the city—the burlesque halls, gambling joints, and opium dens that line reeking mudflats. He finds allies along the way, including Emily Turner, the emancipated daughter of a very Victorian father. But with a fortune in Klondike gold and Chinese silk at stake, no-one is safe.

Set on the Northwest Coast during the Klondike Era—when Vancouver, Seattle and San Francisco were gateways for Klondike gold and Chinese silk, The Silk Train Murder features strong characters and a well-researched and lively story.

Finalist for the Arthur Ellis Best First Novel

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