Shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery #4)

Shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery #4)

Still waters run deep. Teacher, mother, wife, and convicted child molester Jane Thompson makes parole after losing everything ? her husband, her children, her career, and her reputation. But just as she begins trying to build a life out of the public eye, the bludgeoned body of the student she abused four years earlier is found on the shores of Lake Ontario. Sergeant Roulea Still waters run deep. Teacher, mother, wife, and convicted child molester Jane Thompson makes parole after losi...

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Title:Shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery #4)
Author:Brenda Chapman
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:1459735110
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

Shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery #4) Reviews

  • Margaret Bryant
    Oct 11, 2016

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

  • Kendra
    Feb 18, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

  • Sue
    Apr 05, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

  • Wisteriouswoman
    Aug 04, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

  • Meaghan
    Dec 31, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...

    I?m a huge fan of Ann Cleeves books so when she recommended this book & author on fantastic fiction I was stoked after reading the description believing that finally an author of renown was giving out the names of authors she personally liked! Not something they usually do being ...

    This is a well written procedural with lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing about Jane, who certainly looks guilty at the start. Stonechild and Gundersund (and Rouleau) make a great team. I'd not read the first books in the series and this might have missed some nuance ...

    This is the fourth book in a great mystery series, set initially in Ottawa and now Kingston, Canada. The mystery itself is compelling, and the recurring characters-all detectives in the homicide squad-are well-written and engaging-we see their relationships with each other and with the...

    This series keeps getting better and better. As far as I know, it is the only mystery series featuring a female Indigenous detective and this adds a very interesting layer to the novels. The stories themselves are fairly standard but well-crafted whodunits though the author often inclu...

    This novel was a huge disappointment for me. Perhaps it was because it was the fourth book in the series and I hadn?t read any of the previous novels leading up to this one so I wasn?t up-to-date with all the characters and their relationships but this novel was boring for me until...

    Another great affront by Chapman I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Lots of twists. Love how she tells the story to keep a reader interested. I can engage with these characters and can't wait to read her next book. ...

  • Sandy
    Mar 14, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...

    I?m a huge fan of Ann Cleeves books so when she recommended this book & author on fantastic fiction I was stoked after reading the description believing that finally an author of renown was giving out the names of authors she personally liked! Not something they usually do being ...

    This is a well written procedural with lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing about Jane, who certainly looks guilty at the start. Stonechild and Gundersund (and Rouleau) make a great team. I'd not read the first books in the series and this might have missed some nuance ...

    This is the fourth book in a great mystery series, set initially in Ottawa and now Kingston, Canada. The mystery itself is compelling, and the recurring characters-all detectives in the homicide squad-are well-written and engaging-we see their relationships with each other and with the...

    This series keeps getting better and better. As far as I know, it is the only mystery series featuring a female Indigenous detective and this adds a very interesting layer to the novels. The stories themselves are fairly standard but well-crafted whodunits though the author often inclu...

    This novel was a huge disappointment for me. Perhaps it was because it was the fourth book in the series and I hadn?t read any of the previous novels leading up to this one so I wasn?t up-to-date with all the characters and their relationships but this novel was boring for me until...

  • Frances
    Jun 07, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...

    I?m a huge fan of Ann Cleeves books so when she recommended this book & author on fantastic fiction I was stoked after reading the description believing that finally an author of renown was giving out the names of authors she personally liked! Not something they usually do being ...

    This is a well written procedural with lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing about Jane, who certainly looks guilty at the start. Stonechild and Gundersund (and Rouleau) make a great team. I'd not read the first books in the series and this might have missed some nuance ...

    This is the fourth book in a great mystery series, set initially in Ottawa and now Kingston, Canada. The mystery itself is compelling, and the recurring characters-all detectives in the homicide squad-are well-written and engaging-we see their relationships with each other and with the...

  • Eustacia Tan
    Apr 10, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

  • Susan
    Mar 22, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

  • M.
    Mar 14, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...

    I?m a huge fan of Ann Cleeves books so when she recommended this book & author on fantastic fiction I was stoked after reading the description believing that finally an author of renown was giving out the names of authors she personally liked! Not something they usually do being ...

    This is a well written procedural with lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing about Jane, who certainly looks guilty at the start. Stonechild and Gundersund (and Rouleau) make a great team. I'd not read the first books in the series and this might have missed some nuance ...

    This is the fourth book in a great mystery series, set initially in Ottawa and now Kingston, Canada. The mystery itself is compelling, and the recurring characters-all detectives in the homicide squad-are well-written and engaging-we see their relationships with each other and with the...

    This series keeps getting better and better. As far as I know, it is the only mystery series featuring a female Indigenous detective and this adds a very interesting layer to the novels. The stories themselves are fairly standard but well-crafted whodunits though the author often inclu...

    This novel was a huge disappointment for me. Perhaps it was because it was the fourth book in the series and I hadn?t read any of the previous novels leading up to this one so I wasn?t up-to-date with all the characters and their relationships but this novel was boring for me until...

    Another great affront by Chapman I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Lots of twists. Love how she tells the story to keep a reader interested. I can engage with these characters and can't wait to read her next book. ...

    Brenda Chapman has become one of my favourite mystery writers. This book, like her others , are interesting, fast-paced and thrilling. I live in the same area (Eastern Ontario) where her books are set, so I also find that aspect very enjoyable. ...

    Un-put-downable! This book, 4th in the series, is as good as the rest and as good as a mystery gets. ...

  • Autumn
    Apr 11, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

  • Philip
    Mar 13, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

  • Amy's Book Reviews
    Jan 10, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

  • Carole
    Jul 10, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...

    I?m a huge fan of Ann Cleeves books so when she recommended this book & author on fantastic fiction I was stoked after reading the description believing that finally an author of renown was giving out the names of authors she personally liked! Not something they usually do being ...

    This is a well written procedural with lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing about Jane, who certainly looks guilty at the start. Stonechild and Gundersund (and Rouleau) make a great team. I'd not read the first books in the series and this might have missed some nuance ...

    This is the fourth book in a great mystery series, set initially in Ottawa and now Kingston, Canada. The mystery itself is compelling, and the recurring characters-all detectives in the homicide squad-are well-written and engaging-we see their relationships with each other and with the...

    This series keeps getting better and better. As far as I know, it is the only mystery series featuring a female Indigenous detective and this adds a very interesting layer to the novels. The stories themselves are fairly standard but well-crafted whodunits though the author often inclu...

  • Jen
    Dec 04, 2016

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

  • Michelle Only Wants to Read
    Apr 02, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

  • Heidi
    Mar 05, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

  • Carol -  Reading Writing and Riesling
    Mar 13, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

  • Debbie
    Feb 27, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

  • Shonna Froebel
    Nov 26, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...

    I?m a huge fan of Ann Cleeves books so when she recommended this book & author on fantastic fiction I was stoked after reading the description believing that finally an author of renown was giving out the names of authors she personally liked! Not something they usually do being ...

    This is a well written procedural with lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing about Jane, who certainly looks guilty at the start. Stonechild and Gundersund (and Rouleau) make a great team. I'd not read the first books in the series and this might have missed some nuance ...

    This is the fourth book in a great mystery series, set initially in Ottawa and now Kingston, Canada. The mystery itself is compelling, and the recurring characters-all detectives in the homicide squad-are well-written and engaging-we see their relationships with each other and with the...

    This series keeps getting better and better. As far as I know, it is the only mystery series featuring a female Indigenous detective and this adds a very interesting layer to the novels. The stories themselves are fairly standard but well-crafted whodunits though the author often inclu...

    This novel was a huge disappointment for me. Perhaps it was because it was the fourth book in the series and I hadn?t read any of the previous novels leading up to this one so I wasn?t up-to-date with all the characters and their relationships but this novel was boring for me until...

    Another great affront by Chapman I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Lots of twists. Love how she tells the story to keep a reader interested. I can engage with these characters and can't wait to read her next book. ...

    Brenda Chapman has become one of my favourite mystery writers. This book, like her others , are interesting, fast-paced and thrilling. I live in the same area (Eastern Ontario) where her books are set, so I also find that aspect very enjoyable. ...

    Un-put-downable! This book, 4th in the series, is as good as the rest and as good as a mystery gets. ...

    http://cdnbookworm.blogspot.ca/2017/1... ...

  • Kathleen Gray
    Jun 28, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...

    I?m a huge fan of Ann Cleeves books so when she recommended this book & author on fantastic fiction I was stoked after reading the description believing that finally an author of renown was giving out the names of authors she personally liked! Not something they usually do being ...

    This is a well written procedural with lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing about Jane, who certainly looks guilty at the start. Stonechild and Gundersund (and Rouleau) make a great team. I'd not read the first books in the series and this might have missed some nuance ...

  • Yellagirlgc
    Apr 02, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

  • Breakaway Reviewers
    Jan 29, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

  • Cheryl Harrington
    Jan 05, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

  • Sandy
    Nov 29, 2016

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

  • Carole Anne
    Mar 25, 2018

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...

    I?m a huge fan of Ann Cleeves books so when she recommended this book & author on fantastic fiction I was stoked after reading the description believing that finally an author of renown was giving out the names of authors she personally liked! Not something they usually do being ...

  • Karen
    Feb 22, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

  • Amanda Jane
    Mar 27, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

  • Renata
    May 11, 2018

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...

    I?m a huge fan of Ann Cleeves books so when she recommended this book & author on fantastic fiction I was stoked after reading the description believing that finally an author of renown was giving out the names of authors she personally liked! Not something they usually do being ...

    This is a well written procedural with lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing about Jane, who certainly looks guilty at the start. Stonechild and Gundersund (and Rouleau) make a great team. I'd not read the first books in the series and this might have missed some nuance ...

    This is the fourth book in a great mystery series, set initially in Ottawa and now Kingston, Canada. The mystery itself is compelling, and the recurring characters-all detectives in the homicide squad-are well-written and engaging-we see their relationships with each other and with the...

    This series keeps getting better and better. As far as I know, it is the only mystery series featuring a female Indigenous detective and this adds a very interesting layer to the novels. The stories themselves are fairly standard but well-crafted whodunits though the author often inclu...

    This novel was a huge disappointment for me. Perhaps it was because it was the fourth book in the series and I hadn?t read any of the previous novels leading up to this one so I wasn?t up-to-date with all the characters and their relationships but this novel was boring for me until...

    Another great affront by Chapman I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Lots of twists. Love how she tells the story to keep a reader interested. I can engage with these characters and can't wait to read her next book. ...

    Brenda Chapman has become one of my favourite mystery writers. This book, like her others , are interesting, fast-paced and thrilling. I live in the same area (Eastern Ontario) where her books are set, so I also find that aspect very enjoyable. ...

  • Judith Kalil
    Jun 18, 2017

    Jane Thompson used to have it all?.beauty, a handsome husband, 2 great kids & a rewarding teaching career. Now she lives alone in a tiny damp flat, sneaking out the back to dodge reporters on her way to work at the Salvation Army. Her new ?career? is courtesy of an early ...

    Sometimes it appears there is true evil in the world. Another excellent mystery in this series, which has the police and the reader looking down many paths for a solution. The story could be ripped from the headlines of AnyTown...the tale of a teacher developing an inappropriate rel...

    This author just keeps getting better! My View: This is another remarkable read in the Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series ? and believe me this author just gets better and better! Our favourite characters are back tackling a murder that some have already decided is an open ...

    Review to come ...

    shallow End (Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery, #4) I think the author wrote this book with the idea of illuminating How a life can be forever altered if allegations are made against any adult that gets accused of having sex with a child. Even if you are innocent your life is never the...

    4.5 I wish I already had another Stonechild and Rouleau mystery to read. There has been several female teachers arrested for having sex with students in the last few years. Evil comes in many shapes, sizes, races, genders and the list goes on. For some reason it's easier to believe ...

    3.5 This was a very entertaining mystery/detective story. I wish I would've paid more attention when I requested it and realized it was book 4 in a series. The story development is at excellent pace, and the twists and turns of the story were to my satisfaction. Unfortunately, it w...

    This was my second book in this series and I am really liking it. This one dealt with a teacher, Jane, who just got out of jail for having had sexual relations with her 12 year old student, Devon Eton. She was sentenced to three years, but only served two as she pled guilty and they mi...

    Shallow End by Brenda Chapman is the latest in the Stonechild & Rouleau series set in Kingston, Ontario. Chapman's previous plots have taken inspiration from current problems that beset society, and Shallow End is no different. Chapman, a former special education teacher, was at a ...

    It's SO good to be back in Kingston with Stonechild, Rouleau, Gundersund and the rest - I've been impatiently waiting for SHALLOW END since devouring the third book in the series last summer. This time the murder of a teenage boy draws the Kingston investigators into the disturbing aft...

    I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. https://fallenoverbookreviews.blogspo... So I read the blurb and was like you know this book sounds right up my alley of reading, I need to give it a try. When I went onto Goodreads I noticed in the title it said book ...

    Started and finished this book in a day because I was extremely eager to see how it turned out (and by the way, I did not manage to guess who the real killer was). Shallow End starts with the death of Devon, a teenage boy. What makes Devon "special" is that a few years ago, he was i...

    WOW! Without any doubt this is most definitely the best yet in this great series and is one of the best books I've read this year. I am very stingy with 5 star ratings but I honestly couldn't find any real reason to downrate this story. The usual good guys, Stonechild, Rouleau and Gund...

    Five years ago, Jane Thompson, wife and mother of two, lost everything she held dear when she was convicted of sexually abusing one of her students, 12-year-old Devon Eton. Now, having served her prison sentence, she is out on parole, trying to get her life back together and fighting t...

    Convicted child molester and ex-teacher Jane Thompson has been released from prison. But within one month the child she molested has been found murdered on the shores of Lake Ontario. When Sergeant Rouleau appoints officers Stonechild and Gundersund to the enquiry Thompson becomes the...

    Enthralling mystery. I love the many viewpoints that add suspense and intrigue as you try to figure out whodunit! ...

    Fourth time?s a charm for this detective novel I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fourth Kala Stonechild mystery and will make a point of reading the first three novels in the series. Kala Stonechild is the first female First Nations detective in Canadian crime fiction so kudos to t...

    I received a complimentary copy of SHALLOW END from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. JANE Thompson lost her husband, children and freedom when she raped one of her students. Now out of prison, the body of the boy she abused is found floating in the lake and the investigat...

    Tricky and twisted -- a good addition to this series. ...

    I love this author! I read the first 3 as a bundle eBook from Amazon on my new Kindle Fire 7. It's a really good idea to read the series in order. As soon as I finished the 3rd book I decided I just had to know more about Stonechild and bought Shallow End as an eBook too. This definite...

    The latest instalment of this series does not disappoint. Each year, I look forward to reading one of the Stonechild and Rouleau mysteries because they are darn enjoyable. First of all, they are cleverly written and the plot rolls along at a good clip with colourful characters, some of...