Midnight Cab

Midnight Cab

Book - 2002
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Hailing from a small Northern Ontario town, Walker Devereaux, age nineteen, is in Toronto to discover the truth behind the harrowing circumstances of his early life. At age three, he was found, he was found abandoned on a country road, terrified and clinging to a wire fence.Walker finds a job driving a cab and becomes romantically involved with the night dispatcher, Krista, who helps him track down the horrific secret behind his parents' suicides. But in doing so, they comes within the deadly grasp of Bobby, a young man who has matured from early cruelty to a murderous pleasure.
Publisher: c2002.
ISBN: 9781552786888
Branch Call Number: FIC Nicho


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Mar 06, 2010

Arthur Ellis Award-first novel-2002.
A very human approach, a love story and thoroughly enjoyable. The last 50 pages will keep you up late!

Jan 08, 2010

Excellent. I did not hear the CBC version but came to the book through Nichol's later books -- I was quite surprised to hear it started as a play. The characters are really well-developed and interesting, and the plot is unusual and compelling.

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