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Carry Tiger to Mountain

An Elias McCann Mystery

by Mark Zuehlke

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suspense, crime
list price: $8.99
also available: Paperback eBook
category: Fiction
published: 2002
publisher: Dundurn

When a freighter smuggling illegal immigrants from Southeast Asia sinks offshore, Tofino coroner Elias McCann finds himself at the heart of another mystery.

Among the survivors of the tragedy is a young girl, whom Elias and his girlfriend, Vhanna, find themselves trying to protect from unknown kidnappers. Meanwhile, a relative of Vhanna's turns up among the immigrants, bringing back memories of her dark past and the Khmer Rouge. As the plot unfolds, compelling questions are raised: most importantly, who is responsible for the immigrants being here, and what do they want with Vhanna's cousin?

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Editorial Reviews

"Good fare for a quiet afternoon."

— Independently Reviewed, Summer 2003

"Zuehlke skilfully sets the stage for a thrilling ride to the climax of his story."

— Canadian Press: Charlottetown Guardian, Halifax Chronicle Herald, Sarnia Observer

"this is the second outing for Dr. Elias McCannZuehlke has brought bnack his successful cast of characters, maintained his setting and improved his plotting."

— Globe and Mail

"Zuehlke and his Elias McCann look primed for a good run."

— Encore (Grand Prairie, AB)

"another of Zuehlke's patented action-packed endings concludes the book."

— The Daily News, Kamloops, BC

"Topical and well-written."

— Times-Colonist

"...as captivating as the first installment of McCann's adventures."

— Airlines Magazine, Westjet, March 2003
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About the Author

Mark Zuehlke

Mark Zuehlke is the winner of the 2014 Pierre Berton Award: the Governor General's History Award for Popular Media. In 2006, his Canadian Battle Series book Holding Juno won the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize. He has also written six historical works outside of the series, including For Honour’s Sake (Knopf Canada), which won the 2007 Canadian Author’s Association Lela Common Award for Canadian History. He lives in Victoria, BC.

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