Winner of the 2007 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel!
HONOUR AMONG MEN
RendesVous/ Dundurn Press, Toronto, 2022
When an unidentified woman is drowned in the Ottawa River almost within sight of Parliament Hill, she has in her possession a train ticket from Halifax and a Medal for Bravery awarded during a 1993 peacekeeping mission in Yugoslavia. As Green digs deeper into the military past, he finds himself sucked not only into the murky past of a peacekeeping unit but into the high-stakes present of a federal election race. What dark crime was committed in Yugoslavia more than a decade ago? Was someone still killing to keep it secret? And does the diary of a dead soldier hold the key?
"the most masterful and compelling tale yet in the series."
"the best yet. Solid plot and good characters."
The Globe and Mail
"Fradkin weaves a complex problem into a novel that works on two levels; as a mystery and as a spotlight on a serious Canadian social problem."
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The Whisper of Legends has received numerous excellent reviews, such as The Globe and Mail, The Ottawa Citizen, and The National Post.