A Stab at Life

By Richard King

A Stab at Life
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Richard King

Richard King was co-owner of Montreal?s Paragraphe Bookstore in Montreal and served as President of the Canadian Booksellers Association. He has published five previous novels and two biographies. A books columnist on CBC, Montreal, he has volunteered in the emergency department of the Jewish General Hospital. He lives in Montreal.

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"King, a lively writer with fine storytelling skills. .. Readers who know Montreal will recognize neighbourhoods, streets and landmarks in A Stab at Life. Indeed, the city is as much a character as the nurse and the detective. " Susan Schwartz, The Montreal Gazette

"King, who has been a volunteer at Montreal's Jewish General Hospital for many years, makes good use of his knowledge of hospital procedures to develop the plot and character of ER nurse, Annie Linton. He also excels in weaving in working-class immigrant life in Côtes-des-Neiges into his intricate plot of crime and passion. " Ian Thomas Shaw, The Ottawa Review of Books

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