Flight of Aquavit

Flight of Aquavit : A Russell Quant Mystery

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At the dead end of a desolate country road, a late night meeting suddenly becomes an ambush. Gay private detective Russell Quant is faced with personal threats he can't ignore, a friend who may be a foe, and a cagey client with a treacherous monkey on his back. As Quant trails a menacing blackmailer known only as Loverboy, he finds himself immersed in the midnight world of e-dating and parking lot romance. Lured to New York City, Quant tests his wit, wisdom, and wiles from the Old World grandeur of Fifth Avenue to the kaleidoscope world of Broadway's electric night-spots. The fast pace continues when Quant returns to Saskatoon where he grapples with decoys and deceit, realising that no one is as they appear. Threat turns into deadly reality and the need to uncover the identity of Loverboy becomes increasingly desperate. Quant deftly manoeuvres through the twists and turns of a perilous case and a personal life rife with its own mystique and mayhem. On the heels of his delicious Amuse Bouche, Bidulka delivers a scrumptious second serving of Russell Quant. Aquavit is irresistible entertainment at its winsome best.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 433 pages
  • 106.68 x 175.26 x 30.48mm | 226.8g
  • Insomniac Press
  • Toronto, Canada
  • English
  • 1897178093
  • 9781897178096
  • 617,557

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"Bidulka manages to spin a compelling detective story with colourful characters, hilarious situations, and touching relationships." -- Midwest Book Review"Bidulka touches on a variety of serious issues ... while neatly weaving these strands into an engaging mystery." -- Quill & Quireshow more

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288 ratings
3.95 out of 5 stars
5 30% (86)
4 41% (117)
3 26% (75)
2 2% (7)
1 1% (3)
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