The Weird World of Wes Beattie June & Sidney #1

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-03-07
  • Publisher: Felony & Mayhem

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The youngest sprig of a stuffy Toronto family, Wes Beattie is one of life's losers, with a tendency to lie. His fibs have tended to inspire a certain fond exasperation, but now he's gone too far. After narrowly escaping jail for swiping a woman's handbag from a sleazy motel, the hapless Wes is on trial for murder: His uncle has been bludgeoned to death, and the weapon is covered in Wes's fingerprints. Wes's explanations about a frame-up, a villainous gang, and a mysterious sexpot only enrage his already mortified family. But Sidney “Gargoyle” Grant, a disreputable young lawyer, is irritated by the rush to condemnation, and resolves to untangle the truth.

Author Biography

John Norman Harris was a Canadian writer, author of two novels featuring lawyer Sidney Grant. Harris fought in Royal Air Force in the second World War, was shot down piloting a bomber over Hamburg and was held as a POW in a German camp until the end of the war. He worked in advertising and public relations in Toronto until his sudden death in 1964.

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