Five Ways to Disappear


A dangerous undercover assignment nearly puts Dion in his grave.

North Vancouver RCMP constables Leith and Dion have several mysteries to solve in the optimistic spring sunshine, starting with who has skewered the annoying Lawrence Follick to his own lawn, up in the heights of Lost Pony Road. Could it be the irate next-door neighbours, who openly disagree with Follick’s landscaping aesthetics? Or a random attack?

The murders don’t end with Follick, though, promising a grim reckoning if the killer isn’t roped in soon.

Meanwhile, Dion becomes ensnarled in a mystery of his own — he’s involved with a magician who has made herself disappear. Putting aside his worry, he takes on an undercover role in order to finally nab the Lost Pony Road killer. Can he lure the perpetrator into another attack, and live to tell about it?


[R.M. Greenaway] has created a couple of cops who stand out in a crowded crime fiction field for their absorbing personas.

Kingston Whig-Standard, for Flights and Falls

Greenaway brings a keen understanding of love, loyalty, frailty, and greed to her multilayered series debut.

Kirkus Reviews, for Cold Girl

About the Author

R.M. Greenaway

Posted by Kendra on January 19, 2016
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R.M. Greenaway

R.M. Greenaway has worked in probation and travelled British Columbia as a court reporter. Her first novel in the B.C. Blues Crime series, Cold Girl, won the Unhanged Arthur Ellis Award. She lives in Nelson, B.C.