The Concrete Vineyard

2021 Readers Favorite International Book Award Gold Medal (First Place, Mystery-Sleuth)

Amazon Bestseller in U.S and Canada (Urban Planning and War of 1812)

2021 Chanticleer International Book Award Finalist (Murder & Mayhem)

IndieReader Approved

Literary Titan 5-Star Book Award

2022 Stellar Media Book Award (2nd Place, Fiction)

Why would anyone want to murder the most respected senior citizen Niagara-on-the-Lake has ever had?

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“This urban planning thriller carves out its own genre.”

The Concrete Vineyard is many things; it is a mystery/detective novel; it is a journey through the quaint but growing historical town of Niagara-on-the-Lake; and it is a statement on urban and rural planning and the importance of sustainable, well-designed communities.

“a page-turning, fascinating and inventive mystery you won’t want to miss”

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It’s an innovative idea to focus a murder mystery upon the nefarious twists and turns that take place within local government planning/politics, and author Cam Lang creates just such a debut novel in THE CONCRETE VINEYARD with aplomb.

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Major-General Sir Isaac Brock

“Edward Mitchell once said that this town had too few Brocks and too many Willcocks!”

Detective Bryan Dee

The War of 1812 and Canada’s role in it are important driving forces in the plot. The twists and turns in the storyline keep the readers glued to the pages. Cam Lang presents us with much more than just a regular mystery novel. For those who wish to know more about the historical backdrop of Canada without delving into the thick history books, this is a must-read.

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