Some guests carry the show for you. Animated and articulate, witty and expressive, Anthony Bidulka will hold your audience spellbound with his new thriller and mystery series.

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

When The Saints Go Marching In: Have Fun While All Hell Breaks Loose

 

Houston, TX, May 24, 2013 –When the Saints Go Marching In (Insomniac Press) is the first book in the highly anticipated new series by author Anthony Bidulka. The fast paced thriller features a dynamic and original protagonist.

 

Readers will thrill to the quick action and quicker thinking demanded of Adam Saint, a Canadian Disaster Recovery Agent.  A man-of-the-world adventurer, Saint lives a fast-paced, often dangerous, always exciting life. When a passenger train crashes in Detroit, terrorists blow up a public building in Belfast, a cyclone ravages Bangladesh, or Angola descends into civil war, if Canadians are there, so is the CDRA. And so is Adam Saint.

 

In When The Saints Go Marching In, you meet a character of satisfying depth and humanity. He’s a man whose best friend is killed. His wife is leaving him. His son hates him. Then comes the bad news. When a Sukhoi Superjet carrying a Very Important Person plunges from the sky over subarctic Russia, a Canadian Disaster Recovery Agent inspecting the crash site is murdered. CDRA sends in their best to investigate.

 

Saint’s Russian investigation is derailed when he receives devastating personal news. Suddenly, the penultimate man of action is thrown into emotional and physical turmoil that tests his moral fortitude. Thrust into a fight for his life, Saint undertakes a thrilling journey of danger and deceit from the bucolic prairies of Saskatchewan and high rise hijinks of corporate Toronto, through London’s outer boroughs, to steamy Southeast Asia and Sin City itself, Las Vegas.

 

Anthony Bidulka is best known for the beloved long-running series featuring another unique main character. The Russell Quant mysteries tell the story of a world-travelling, wine-swilling, wise-cracking, gay, Canadian, prairie private eye. The Quant series is a multi-award nominee including for the Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Award, ReLit Award and Saskatchewan Book Award. The series also won the prestigious Lambda Literary Award. Mystery Scene Magazine proclaimed: “Quant makes for a riveting hero…the kind of friend you want to have—unless you’re a killer.”

 

Anthony Bidulka has enjoyed time well-spent and misspent in the worlds of academia, accounting, footwear, food services, and farming. In 1999, Anthony Bidulka left a decade-long career as a chartered accountant to pursue writing. He has toured extensively and spoken at conferences and literary events throughout North America. Bidulka has served on the boards of The Saskatchewan Writer’s Guild, Crime Writers of Canada and the International Association of Crime Writers.  He is an avid traveler, art collector and party giver who lives on the Canadian prairie.

 

For more information, please visit the website: www.anthonybidulka.com

 

When The Saints Go Marching In An Adam Saint Novel
Insomniac Press

Available for purchase online and at all fine booksellers in Canada, USA, UK
ISBN-13: 978-1554831005
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Acclaim for Anthony Bidulka’s Russell Quant Mysteries:

 

Quill and Quire: “…an amusing, entertaining, and sometimes titillating story with a lively

supporting cast of characters.”

 

Star Phoenix (Saskatoon): “… a strong book with a lot of interesting twists and dealing with a subject that becomes ever more possible as our society ages.”

 

Mysteriesandmore.com (Saskatchewan): “Anthony’s colourful witty language is best on display…The characters are better than ever.”

 

London Free Press (London): “Russell winds up back where he began…defusing a wider, deadlier conspiracy than anyone dreamed at the start.”

 

The Edmonton Sun (Edmonton): “Bidulka has created a unique niche for his fiction…”

 

Lambda Literary Review (Los Angeles): “…the premise he sets up for future novels has great promise…”

“…an inverted mystery, a pure thriller…”

“…simple but ingenious…Watching it unravel is great fun…”

 

NOW Magazine (Toronto): “…my favourite gay Saskatoon private investigator, Russell Quant, is

back…”

“The plot line is fast moving and seductive, but it’s the endearing protagonist who gets you hooked…”

“Bidulka writes with a confidence…and there’s lots of witty verbal foreplay.”

 

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