On the Owls’ Calendar: The Vanishing Track by Stephen Legault

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When: Thursday, the 29th of March at 7:00pm
Who: Stephen Legault with his newest mystery The Vanishing Track.
Where: Owl’s Nest Books & Gifts
815A 49th Avenue SW
(Britannia Shopping Plaza at Elbow and 49th)

About the Book:

Cole Blackwater gets more than he bargained for when his best friend and advocate for the homeless, Denman Scott, asks him to help stop the demolition of the Lucky Strike, a once majestic hotel in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside that is now home to nearly three hundred of the city’s least fortunate residents.

Working with Vancouver Sun reporter Nancy Webber and street nurse Juliet Rose, Cole and Denman discover that homeless people in the area have been disappearing without a trace. As they venture into the dark corners of the city’s underworld, and into political corruption at City Hall, they find themselves in the middle of a dangerous cabal of city officials, high-ranking cops, condo developers, and crime bosses. Can Cole and his friends unravel the mystery behind the Lucky Strike—before any more of the Eastside’s homeless find themselves on the vanishing track?

Tackling the real big-city issues of housing shortages, political corruption, and murder, The Vanishing Track is the third Cole Blackwater Mystery and the most compelling yet.

About the Author

Stephen Legault is an author, conservation activist, and photographer who lives in Canmore, Alberta. He is the author of four previous books, including the first two installments in the Cole Blackwater mystery series, The Cardinal Divide and The Darkening Archipelago, as well as The End of the Line, the first book in the Durrant Wallace mystery series. Please visit Stephen online at stephenlegault.com or follow him on Twitter at @stephenlegault.