Huang GentlemanMurder

Christopher Huang, A Gentleman's Murder, Inkshares

Death in the Great War was nothing personal, but this is murder.

Kingsmill Sunsetat2047

Peter Kingsmill, Sunset at 20:47, Peter Kingsmill

A peaceful lake becomes the center of a web of conflict, environmental activists, international criminals and murder.

Delany BlueWaterHues

Vicki Delany, Blue Water Hues, Orca Books

Paramedic Ashley Grant feels like a fish out of water in the Caribbean as she wonders if an exclusive resort has a dark side.

Prairie BlueFire

Katherine Prairie, Blue Fire, Stonedrift Press Ltd.

An incredible discovery. A race for the truth.

Hendley TheBoyontheBicycle

Nate Hendley, The Boy on the Bicycle, Five Rivers Publishing

A true, largely forgotten story involving a coerced confession, fumbled police investigation, a miscarriage of justice...

Little Mica

Darwin Little, The Mica, Tellwell Publishing

Paramedic Ashley Grant feels like a fish out of water in the Caribbean as she wonders if an exclusive resort has a dark side.

Calonego StrangerontheIce

Bernadette Calonego, The Stranger on the Ice, AmazonCrossing

A gripping mystery novel set in Canada`s Arctic. A dead girl, a mysterious explosion on the ice, dark secrets from the past.

Soosar BeachBaby

Jennifer Soosar, Beach Body : A Tale of Suspense, Kindle Direct Publishing

She brought a killer opportunity to a flawed paradise.

Bolton GoodbyeCruellerWorld

Ginger Bolton, Goodbye Cruller World, Kensington Publishing Corp.

Named after her beloved tabby, Deputy Donut, Emily Westhill's donut shop is doing so well, she's expanding into catering weddings. But a killer is about to crash the reception...

Blair, Rickie

Rickie Blair  Blaair Rickie

As a financial journalist, Rickie Blair lived in three Canadian provinces. Her current home is halfway between Toronto and Niagara Falls and serves as inspiration for the fictional—and deceptively idyllic—village of Leafy Hollow. The second book in the series, “Digging Up Trouble,” was shortlisted for the Bony Blithe Light Mystery Award in 2018. When not writing her cozy mystery series, Rickie spends her time wrestling with a half-acre garden and trying to keep the peace between an irrepressible Jack Chi and three rescue cats.

Website link: www.rickieblair.com

 

 

Greenwood, Therese

Therese Greenwood Greenwood Therese

Therese Greenwood’s short fiction has appeared across Canada and in the U.S. in such publications as the Crime Writers of Canada’s Over The Edge anthology and Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. She has twice been short-listed for the Arthur Ellis Award, Canada’s top mystery writing prize, and has co-edited two short crime fiction anthologies. She grew up on Wolfe Island, Ontario, the largest of the Thousand Islands, and the region forms the backdrop for much of her fiction. She also writes about Fort McMurray, Alberta, where she now lives with her husband.

Visit her online at www.therese.ca and @WolfeIslander on Facebook and Twitter.

Scott, Dianne

Dianne Scott  Scott Dianne

Dianne Scott is a Toronto teacher and writer. By day, she teaches literacy skills to struggling readers, and by night she writes creative fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Her current project, DEVASTATION, is a finalist for the Unhanged Arthur Award and was longlisted for Mslexia’s First Novel Award. Dianne’s writing has appeared in literary journals, the Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail and on CBC radio. She is a graduate of the Humber School for Writers and Diaspora Dialogues’ mentorship program. She is a member of Crime Writers of Canada, Sisters in Crime and Pen International.

When she’s not writing or teaching, Dianne is chauffeuring her teenagers to their sporting games, attending Zumba classes, or curled up with a good book.

Selected Publications:

“The Right to the Right,” The Globe and Mail, April 18, 2018

“Gibraltar Point,” novel excerpt from DEVASTATION upcoming in Taddle Creek , December 2018

Contact Information:

Email:

Twitter: DianneEScott

Website: diannescott.ca

 

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