your holds are ready, book a time for
pickup at one of these four branches: Dundas, Central, Red Hill or
Terryberry. Takeout begins Tuesday June 23.
Our Virtual Branch is always open.
Customers are encouraged to check their library accounts starting the week of June 15, to adjust any holds they’ve read/listened to over the pause. Customers will have the opportunity to cancel holds placed before/over the pause, as well as add new holds to their account. Customers can adjust holds by logging in or calling 905.546.3200 for assistance.
"Detective Esa Khattak is in the midst of his evening prayers when he receives a phone call asking that he and his partner, Detective Rachel Getty, look into the death of a local man who has fallen off a cliff. At first Christopher Drayton's death--which looks like an accident--doesn't seem to warrant a police investigation, especially not from Khattak and Rachel's team, which handles minority-sensitive cases. But it soon comes to light that Drayton might have been living under an assumed name, and he may not have been the upstanding Canadian citizen he appeared to be. In fact, he may have been a Bosnian war criminal with ties to the Srebrenica massacre of 1995. And if that's true, any number of people could have had reason to help him to his death. As Rachel and Khattak dig deeper into the life and death of Christopher Drayton, every question seems to lead only to more questions, and there are no easy answers. Did the specters of Srebrenica return to haunt Drayton at last, or had he been keeping secrets of an entirely different nature? Or, after all, did a man just fall to his death in a tragic accident?"-- Provided by publisher.