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canal pdf The Canal MOBIBridge the first place he turns to for answers is the nearby canal With its long history of pollution and neglect The Canal has gained a dubious reputation for ruining people's lives Joe's included But to Joe's younger partner Alan D'Angelo Joe is little than a liability a chain smoking failure who stands in the way of a much coveted promotion Determined to turn the

eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î

❰Reading❯ ➶ The Canal Author Daniel Morris – Pnoy.me For detective Joe Lombardi when a body is discovered dangling beneath the Carroll Street Bridge the first place he turns to for answers is the nearby canal With its long history of pollution and negleReading The Canal Author Daniel Morris Pnoyme For detective Joe Lombardi when a body is discovered dangling beneath the Carroll Street Bridge the first place he turns to for answers is the nearby canal With its long history of pollution and negle For detective Joe Lombardi when a body is discovered dangling beneath the Carroll Street

Bridge the first place he turns to for answers is the nearby canal With its long history of pollution and neglect The Canal has gained a dubious reputation for ruining people's lives Joe's included But to Joe's younger partner Alan D'Angelo Joe is little than a liability a chain smoking failure who stands in the way of a much coveted promotion Determined to turn the

eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î

eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î Daniel is a writer living in Los AngelesHe has written a horrorcrime novel called THE CANAL a sci fi oddity called ROCKET and last but not least a sci fi novel based on a short lived TV show that very few people remember called ANDROMEDA THE BROKEN PLACES.

10 thoughts on “The Canal

  1. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBIThis book grabbed my interest right from the start but what I was amazed at through the entire thing is that I loved the voice the narration the words flowed very well and that is somet


  2. Daniel Clausen Daniel Clausen says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBIWhat do you get when you take one hard boiled cop used to the grime and dirt of the seamy underworld and a meticulous up and coming detective acute with mini vacuum than pistol? You get the two main characters o


  3. Marvin Marvin says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBIThis is a taut horror thriller The two main characters if not that likable have intense flaws that feed well into this type of suspense tale Part monster tale and part psychological suspense thriller it moves fast and keeps you turning the page I especially like the fact that the protagonists two detectives really do not like each other a nice twist on the usual buddy cop theme that is shamelessly over used in most similar tales Another nice touch is the canal itselfwhich practically becomes one of the characters in this book Through the author's hands it takes on a sinister personality of its own The monster is especially creepy even though the ending twist is a bit obvious to any seasoned horror reader A very good debut nove


  4. Sharon Bressen Sharon Bressen says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBIThe CanalBy Daniel MorrisThis free e book was received from the LibraryThing Member Giveaway program in exchange for a reviewThis book is really one heck of a good horror story It starts with a bang and has a very twisted ending that you never expect The author Daniel Morris certainly has an excellent capacity to describe all the gory details to the point you can smell and taste your surroundingsAlan D’Angelo works as a detective in Brooklyn NY and is the vision epitome of the “Mr Clean” and of coursepartners with Joe Lombardi “Pigsty Incarnate” Alan is envious of Joe’s record of always solving any crime that involves The Canal a cess poolWhen a skinned body is found hanging from a bridge over the canal Alan vows to solve the murder before Joe does And the journey begins with Alan trying to beat Joe to the punch at every cornerDaniel Morris does an excellent job of drawing us into the two characters with all their faultsThi


  5. Alanna Alanna says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBII received this as an ebook from Daniel Morris on LibraryThing's Member Giveaway Though the book was of a horror story than I was led to believe I am a not a fan of horror I actually enjoyed itWhen a body is found hanging over the derelict canal dueling detectives Joe Lombardi and Alan D'Angelo both vow to solve the murder The novel follows these two detectives as we discover their histories as well as the history of the local canalDaniel Morris has created solid characters in all the right ways Joe's disgusting habits will make you suirm Alan's obsessive cleanliness and judgement will drive you crazy and yet somehow you will genuinely care about what happens to each and every character in the book even the murdererThe descriptions were unlike everything I've read before Morris definitely has a knack for creating uniue and vivid descriptionsWhile horror is not my thi


  6. Jenn Mather Nessen Jenn Mather Nessen says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBIThis has been one of the most descriptive books I have read in a long time The Canal is one of those books that is like a guilty pleasure; There are so many “wrong” things going on in the story but you can not help yourself from putting the book down It is definatly not a book for the person with a weak stomach some of the writing was some of the most disgusting stuff I have read in uite sometime Since I am not one of those I found the story enjoyable I was uite impressed with the amount of detail written about the characters so I felt as if I could picture them and form an opinion about them Normally I don't get that invested in the characters but this tim


  7. Maggie Light Maggie Light says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBIWhat’s so cool about swamp things and dead people? It’s the language Never have I pondered the emotional life of leftover chicken breasts or how many ways one can convey raw sewage but leftovers are weird so is waste both need our attention and this book serves as proof Mr Morris sluices his characters through labyrinths of the disgusting with meaningful flourish And there’s death Canals of it Prepare yourself for a thematic jaunt too the battle in the first pages between family man Old Paul and homicidal New Paul is just the tip of the polemic iceberg I dug the tightwad detective how his neurosis unraveled into the sualor we know he’s destined for in a battle between the obsessive compulsive and the chaotic reprobate a pleasing tension that sustained this reader throughout the strong storytelling Great read


  8. Andrea Love Andrea Love says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBIThis is a very entertaining read The title suggests that it will be a tale of horror but I did not feel that the author restricted himself to this description exclusively This tale weaves storylines of science fiction and mu


  9. Darcia Helle Darcia Helle says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBIThis book grabbed my attention from the first paragraph and never let go The plot was something you might expect from Stephen King or Dean Koontz But the writing style was absolutely uniue Daniel Morris has a captivating way with words an ability to describe something so that you can feel hear smell and taste it as you read Morris has a rare natural talent with words I would give him 5 stars based on that aloneThe Canal is not a long


  10. Harold Honey Harold Honey says:

    eBook The Canal Epub Ø î pnoy.me î canal pdf, The Canal MOBIIt seems to be ultimately a tale of survival It is a well paced novel but tends to get muddled at parts I felt that it could have been a cleaner tale see dara marks book inside story In effect the canal serves to be almost another monster in and of itself I wanted a clearer distinction between the monster and the canal but perhaps there was something poetic darwinian message that the author was striving for but did not uite grasp Good effort Fun to read


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