Review: A Crime Scene

On the edge of Saskatchewan’s Cypress Hills is the town of Eastend, population 471. It has four churches, a Kinsmen Club and Scotty, Canada’s largest Tyrannosaurus Rex. “It’s in the twilight zone,” writes Candace Savage, “where the plains of northern Montana meet and morph into the prairies of southern Saskatchewan.” It is also a crime scene.

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