Sabotage: A Crime and Adventure Novel

· Danforth Publishing

About this ebook

Poisoned Wildlife. A Home Burned to the Ground. Can a police officer find the perpetrator before Island life turns deadly?

When Policewoman Christine Lane returns to Toronto Island patrol, she is shocked when a brace of ducks is found dead in a lagoon. Was it an adolescent prank gone wrong? Was the water tainted? Could it be a ploy to scare residents into leaving to clear the land for development?

When an island house is set aflame, Christine worries about the escalating violence. Can Christine track down the saboteur before someone gets killed?

Sabotage is the fourth standalone book in the award-winning Christine Lane Mystery series. If you like strong female protagonists, a lush Island setting and page-turning suspense, don’t miss Sabotage.

About the author

Dianne Scott lives a short ferry ride from Toronto Island, which is the setting of her mystery novels. She is the award-winning author of the Christine Lane Mystery series. The first book, Final Look, was a Kobo Emerging Writers Award nominee and winner of the Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Award. The second book, Missing, was a Finalist for the CWC Excellence in Writing Award. Lost and Found and Sabotage are the third and fourth books in the series.

When Dianne is not writing, she is walking Toronto’s neighborhoods, coffee klatching with friends and cuddling her Bichon Poodle. She also teaches literacy skills and is working on her Erne in pickleball. For more information about Dianne, visit her website at

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