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Fall Down Easy

Author: Gough, Laurence Set In . . .
 North America, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver
Genre: Mystery
Time Frame: 1990s
Published: 1992
Description: “A mystery a cut above the rest … a ripping good read.” — Halifax Daily News

Jack Willows and Claire Parker are on the trail of a ruthless killer…

A mysterious figure who held up a whole series of banks, shot a man for his briefcase, and then disappeared.

Greg is the bank robber, the womaniser, the man with the plan.

But when he becomes a killer, his plans begin to unravel.

The briefcase he stole is full of pages and pages of numbers and he’s got no way of finding out what they mean.

Still, Greg is skilled in special effects and with a new face created for every heist, there’s no way anyone can find him before he finds answers.

But Greg wasn’t always so good at his job.

Maybe the key to his true identity is lurking somewhere in his past?

If so, it’s up to Willow and Parker to find it and use it before Greg strikes again.

Nominated for the best crime novel by the crime writers of Canada, Fall Down Easy is an epic murder mystery.

Praise for Laurence Gough

“Gough winds up a clockwork device of plot and weird psychology and turns it loose to screamingly funny effect.” — The Vancouver Sun

“The style Gough has honed in his previous novels … is well evidenced here: vivid descriptions, smart, gritty dialogue, a steady escalation of suspense, and a fair bit of gruesome blood-letting … Compulsively readable.” — Quill & Quire

“Gough gives all his best time to his bad guy, and this time he’s come up with a real winner in Greg, the bank robber with a thousand faces.” — The Edmonton Journal

Laurence Gough lives with his wife and two children in Vancouver. He is the author of twelve Willows and Parker mysteries. The Goldfish Bowl , won the Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel from the Crime Writers of Canada. Other is the series: Death on a No. 8 Hook; Hot Shots, winner of an Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novel of the Year; Serious Crimes; Accidental Deaths; Fall Down Easy; Killers; Heartbreaker; Memory Lane; Karaoke Rap; Shutterbug; and Funny Money . His international thriller, Sandstorm , won the Author Award (fiction) from the Foundation for the Advancement of Canadian Letters in 1991.
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