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Toronto PI Jonah Geller is as secular as they come, an atheist who nonetheless feels deep ties to his Jewish community. Needing to make up for past mistakes, to help those whom the system fails or can’t protect, he opens an agency called World Repairs with his best friend, stunning six-foot blonde Jenn Raudsepp. Along with Dante Ryan, a hit man trying to escape his Mob ties, they duck bullets and dodge blades—one step ahead of the law—at home and across the border.
Crackling with humour, complex plotting and gritty locales, Buffalo Jump, High Chicago and Boston Cream are the first three novels in Howard Shrier’s acclaimed, Arthur Ellis Award-winning series.

“Shrier is my top find of the year. . . . His excellent PI series deserves much wider attention.”
Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

“There is a reason [Shrier] consistently wins the Arthur Ellis Award: he tells a really good story.”
Library Journal, starred review

“Shrier’s first Jonah Geller mystery was terrific; High Chicago is even better.”
—Linwood Barclay, bestselling author of No Time for Goodbye and Trust Your Eyes

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3.7 / 5
Excellent series
April 7th, 2015
Very engaging like a Reacher by Lee Childs. Loved all three. Jonah, Jenn and Ryan all well established characters. I cant wait to read Miss Montreal.
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Great author!
January 11th, 2015
I've read 3 of his books and am buying the 2 I haven't read. I LOVE Jonah Geller mysteries. They grab me at the start and I can't put his books down till I'm finished. I read 2 to 3 books a week and have read all the top mystery writers, Howard Shrier is certainly a top mystery writer. Keep up the great work.
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July 3rd, 2014
Great books. A Canadian author who actually uses Canadian cities and streets. Some his character's namesI think were taken from local phone books. I know Norm Aiken personally
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Great thrillers
April 3rd, 2014
Really enjoyed these. Conflicted heroes are always a good read.
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