Triggerfish: A Crime Novel

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5.0 X 7.6 X 0.5 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author
Triggerfish is Dietrich Kalteis's third novel. His debut novel, Ride the Lightning, won the bronze medal in the 2015 Independent Publisher Awards and was hailed as one of the best Vancouver crime novels. More than 40 of his short stories have been published internationally, and his screenplay Between Jobs was a finalist in the Los Angeles Screenplay Festival. He resides with his family in West Vancouver and is currently working on his next novel.

"If you like your crime hard and fast, Kalteis is for you." -- Globe and Mail

"The complicated but fast-moving conclusion is a total page-turner. Unsettling and sometimes horrifying, this high-octane tale will suit hardcore crime fans." -Publishers Weekly

"[An] entertaining example of the detective/crime novel come home to roost in Canada." -- Owen Sound Sun Times

"A textured noir thriller, Triggerfish is one hell of a ride." -- John Lansing, bestselling author

"To say [Triggerfish] is highly entertaining is an understatement. It's badass. Straight up." -- Crime Syndicate Magazine

"In his third novel, this veteran Canadian author combines familiar ingredients -- bitter ex-cop mixed up with drugs, guns, sex and bikers, amongst other embroiling elements -- and creates his own unique recipe for escapist entertainment of the highest order, largely due to the intriguing nature of the narrative voice and the spectacularly scenic setting of Vancouver, as well as his own uniquely flavourful spicing, like a sexy animal rights activist." -- Digital Media Ghost blog

"Fast-paced, entertaining, engaging, funny in all the right places, educational (whoever knew the cartels smuggled drugs in purpose built-submarines? not me), satisfying. Ticks in every box." -- Col's Criminal Library