The violent weather from climate change is never kind to retired Sergeant Detective Emile Cinq-Mars. Set against the backdrop of the raging storms of Hercule Poirot, author John Farrow—pen name for Trevor Ferguson—provides readers with stunning landscapes and thrillers in which the characters and the plot vie for top billing. Farrow has garnered comparisons to Louise Penny, and his work has been called “some of the best fiction to come out of Canada.”
JOHN FARROW is the pen name of Trevor Ferguson, who has written many novels and plays, all to extraordinary acclaim. His Émile Cinq-Mars crime series has been published around the world and cited by Booklist as "one the best series in crime fiction today", while Die Zeit in Germany suggested that it might be the best series ever.