Greenaway Creep

R.M. Greenaway, Creep, Dundurn Press

As Halloween approaches, somebody is lurking in fun-fur and scaring the wits out of the locals. But is he, she, or it, also responsible for the mangled corpse.

Wallace DowntheAisle

Auralee Wallace, Down the Aisle with Murder, St. Martin's Paperbacks

First comes love. Then comes. . .murder?

Freeland MurderinGreenwichVillage

Liz Freeland, Murder in Greenwich Village, Kensington

In 1913 Manhattan, a sharp-witted young publishing secretary discovers she has a talent for investigating murder...

Shortell CelticKnot

Ann Shortell, Celtic Knot, FriesenPress

Ottawa 1868: A hero shot, a rebel hanged, and three others die before young Irish maid Clara Swift untangles the Celtic Knot.

Dickinson WhiteRibbonMan

Mary Lou Dickinson, The White Ribbon Man, Inanna Publications

A woman’s body is found in the basement toilet of a downtown Toronto church.

Finlay RemoteAccess

Barry Finlay, Remote Access, Keep On Climbing Publishing

Will satisfy readers who have even a casual interest in tonight's news and who love page-turning suspense.

Poulsen LastSongSung

David A. Poulsen, Last Song Sung, Dundurn Press

A fifty-year old cold case sends Cullen and Cobb on a search for an abducted sixties folk-singer—and the music turns deadly.

Arnold SecretLostPharaoh

Carolyn Arnold, The Secret of the Lost Pharaoh, Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.

Archaeologist and adventurer Matthew Connor and his friends set off for Egypt when a recent dig hints at the discovery of a legnedary treasure.

Duncan MarmaladeMurders

Elizabeth J. Duncan, The Marmalade Murders, St Martin's Press

Orange is the new dead.

Toews GiveOutCreek

J.G. Toews, Give Out Creek, Mosaic Press

The story of a woman who must confront her worst fear to solve two murders while she struggles to keep her family together.

Guidoccio DifferentKindofReunion

Joanne Guidoccio, A Different Kind of Reunion, The Wild Rose Press

One lost email could cost a life.

Whishaw ItBeginInBetrayal

Iona Whishaw, It Begins in Betrayal, TouchWood Editions

Darling has been charged with murder and faces the hangman in London. Lane returns to England to save the man she loves.

Violini ClueTrail

Juanita Rose Violini, Clue Trail: From Whodunnit to Solution, Mystery Factory

Clue Trail, based on the Mystery Bones method, is a 'How-To' create clues, beat writers block and stop re-writing book.

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

 

Petryshyn, Jaroslav

Jaroslav (Jerry) Petryshyn Petryshyn Jaroslav

Jaroslav (Jerry) Petryshyn holds a PhD from Western University. An award-winning author, he taught history for over 30 years before becoming a Dean at Grande Prairie Regional College. He served as the Alberta representative on the Historical Sites and Monuments Board of Canada and chairperson of the 2005 Alberta History Centennial Project. He has published numerous historical books and a recent poetry collection. He also writes a regular column, 'Armchair Guide To Exotic Saloons,' for 'Old Autos'.

Author website: jpetryshyn.wordpress.com

Levison, Deborah

Deborah Levison Levison Deborah

Debbie’s life has two parts: the first in Canada, where she grew up, and the second in the United States, where she’s lived for twenty years. In Toronto, she attended the Royal Conservatory of Music as part of her parents’ plan to make her a concert pianist. (That didn’t work out.) She graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in psychology. (Didn’t pursue that either.) She landed instead in public relations, which gave her a chance to write creatively every day.

Since relocating to the States, she’s been published in local, regional and national media – newspapers, magazines, websites, and poetry journals. A feature she wrote on survivors of the M.S. St. Louis, a German ocean liner carrying scores of Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi-occupied Europe, earned an Award of Excellence from the Society of Professional Journalists.

Now, she is thrilled to share her first book, a true crime, with the world. THE CRATE: A Story of War, a Murder, and Justice is the story of a gruesome discovery: in 2010, her family found a wooden crate, nailed tightly shut and almost hidden from view, on their property in Muskoka, Ontario. They were not prepared for the horrific contents of the crate… or how they would be forced to confront evil.

Debbie lives in Connecticut with her husband, three children, and an Aussiedoodle named Moose. You can find her in Muskoka every summer, watching the sunset from her rowboat.

Visit her at www.debbielevison.com

 

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