Trevor Ferguson John Farrow
John Farrow is the pen name of Canadian novelist Trevor Ferguson. Under the Farrow pen name, he writes crime fiction novels (including the Emile Cinq-Mars series and Storm Murders Trilogy). As Ferguson, he writes Canadian literature. He has been named Canada’s best novelist by the Toronto Star and Books in Canada. Raised in Montreal, Ferguson lives in Hudson, Quebec.

Trevor Ferguson made his debut as a published author in 1977 with the novel High Water Chants. He debuted his John Farrow pen name in 1999 with City of Ice, featuring Emile Cinq-Mars. Below is a list of John Farrow’s books in order of when they were originally published:

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Publication Order of Émile Cinq-Mars Books

Publication Order of The Storm Murders Trilogy Books

The Storm Murders (2015)Description / Buy at
Seven Days Dead (2016)Description / Buy at
Perish the Day (2017)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

High Water Chants (1977)Description / Buy at
Onyx John (As: Trevor Ferguson) (1985)Description / Buy at
The Kinkajou (As: Trevor Ferguson) (1989)Description / Buy at
The True Life Adventures of Sparrow Drinkwater (1993)Description / Buy at
The Timekeeper (As: Trevor Ferguson) (1995)Description / Buy at
The Fire Line (1995)Description / Buy at
The River Burns (2014)Description / Buy at

Note: All standalone novels are written as Trevor Ferguson.

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John Farrow Synopsis: City of Ice by John Farrow (Trevor Ferguson) is the first book in the Emile Cinq-Mars series. Montreal is in turmoil over separatism, while turf wars are ongoing, causing the police force to struggle in order to keep the city safe. Even Sergeant-Detective Emile Cinq-Mars appears to have been compromised. How has he managed to penetrate Montreal’s organized crime? Who is giving him his information? And who is the young female operative he seems so desperate to keep from the mob?

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