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Gail Bowen

Gail Bowen

·3.73·6,013 Ratings
“ The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now. ” ― Chinese Proverb
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  • Burying Ariel (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery #7)

    2001·
    ·3.74·282 Ratings
    Joanne Kilbourn is looking forward to a relaxing weekend at the lake with her children and her new grandchild when murder once more wreaks havoc in Regina, Saskatchewan. A young colleague at the university where Joanne teaches is found stabbed to death in
  • The Endless Knot (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery #10)

    2006·
    ·3.86·211 Ratings
    The tenth novel in the highly acclaimed Joanne Kilbourn series features the murderous fallout of a tell-all book on the troubled adult children of Canadian celebrities.When journalist Kathryn Morrissey’s sensational book on the lives of thirteen adult c
  • The Last Good Day (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery #9)

    2005·
    ·3.83·272 Ratings
    The ninth novel of Gail Bowen’s popular series finds Canada’s favourite amateur sleuth, Joanne Kilbourn, on holiday at a cottage borrowed from a lawyer friend, one of a cluster of summer homes owned by lawyers from the same prestigious firm. When one
  • A Killing Spring (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery #5)

    1997·
    ·3.84·305 Ratings
    Gail Bowen, winner of the 1995 Arthur Ellis Award for best crime novel for her last Joanne Kilbourn mystery, A Colder Kind of Death, is back – with her most daring mystery to date.In the horrifying opening paragraph of A Killing Spring, Reed Gallagher,
  • Murder at the Mendel (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery #2)

    2000·
    ·3.7·354 Ratings
    As a child Joanne was friends with Sally Love and her parents, but the friendship languished after Sally’s father died and she moved away, eventually becoming a very controversial artist. When the Mendel Gallery opens an exhibition of Sally’s work, Jo
  • A Colder Kind of Death (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery #4)

    2001·
    ·3.84·294 Ratings
    When a prisoner is shot to death in the exercise yard of a Saskatchewan penitentiary, Joanne Kilbourn finds herself haunted by a part of her past she wished had never happened. The dead prisoner is Kevin Tarpley, the man who six years earlier had brutally
  • The Glass Coffin (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery #8)

    2003·
    ·3.69·236 Ratings
    In this chilling tale of the terrible power of the ties that both bind us and blind us, Gail Bowen has given us her best novel yet. Brimming with the author’s characteristic empathy for the troubled, The Glass Coffin explores the depth of tragedy that a
  • The Gifted (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery #14)

    2013·
    ·3.71·290 Ratings
    Joanne Kilbourn is as feisty as ever in the 14th book of the series that bears her name. This time, Jo and Zack's young daughter Taylor's precocious talent as a painter has drawn the attention of people who may not be at all what they seem . . . Jo and Z
  • Deadly Appearances (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery #1)

    2012·
    ·3.66·359 Ratings
    Andy Boychuk is a successful Saskatchewan politician – until one sweltering August afternoon when the party faithful gather at a picnic. All of the key people in Boychuk’s life – family, friends, enemies – are there. Boychuk steps up to the podium
  • 12 Rose Street (A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery, #15)

    2015·
    ·3.73·254 Ratings
    The indomitable Joanne Kilbourn is back! From beloved author Gail Bowen comes the 15th installment in the nationally bestselling series. For readers of Louise Penny, Ruth Rendell, and Peter Robinson.      Joanne's husband Zack is the leading progress
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