Stanley Evans

Seaweed in the Mythworld previousnext Ekstasis Editions

Coast Salish street cop Silas Seaweed is back in another West Coast noir mystery. Giant Thunderbirds are threatening the skies above British Columbia. A man is found dead in an abandoned church. Canada’s Governor General is dying and an aboriginal shaman is called upon to perform last rites. Add a violent gang boss, Chinese assassins, dangerous women and Coast Salish mythology and it all adds up to another suspenseful page turner.

Evans’s combination of Coast Salish lore and solid plotting is a winner.
~ Globe and Mail

Well worth reading. Evans knows how to set a scene, create vivid minor characters, and is capable of spitting out the requisite snappy dialogue.
~ Monday Magazine

Fast-paced and entertaining with enough plot twists to keep the reader guessing.
~ Victoria Times-Colonist

Stanley Evans’s novels are among Canada’s most exciting new crime fiction, with satisfyingly twisted plots and engaging eccentric characters.
~ Calgary Herald

Stanley Evans has been a soldier, a seaman, a college instructor and an Open University tutor. His previous novels are Outlaw Gold, Snow-Coming Moon, and the first five books in the Silas Seaweed series: Seaweed on the Street, Seaweed on Ice, Seaweed Under Water, Seaweed on the Rocks and Seaweed in the Soup. He lives in Victoria, BC.

ISBN 978-1-897430-77-4
254 pages
5 x 8
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