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Kendall, Kay

kendall kayKay Kendall

Kay Kendall studied Russian history at the University of British Columbia, earning her Master’s degree and PhD (abd) there.  Born in Kansas, she is a proud dual citizen of the US and Canada and has lived half her adult life in BC and Ontario. Now Kay and her Canadian husband reside in Texas, where she uses her academic and work experiences in Vancouver, Ottawa, and Toronto as backgrounds for her mysteries set in the late sixties.  Her debut mystery, Desolation Row, takes place in Toronto, and the sequel, Rainy Day Women, moves from Toronto to Vancouver, with a brief dip down to Seattle.

Kay’s Austin Starr Mystery series features a 20-something Texas-born amateur sleuth who is surprised to discover culture shock in Canada when her American friends had said there would be none. Kay says, “The cultural and political differences between Canada and the US may be small—not on the scale of, say, Lebanon and Tahiti—but nevertheless those differences are real. In my writing I enjoy exploring those differences and hope to show American readers in particular that Canada is its own distinct nation—not the fifty-first state, for heaven’s sake. Murder and mayhem are my tools to do that.”

Website – http://austinstarr.com

 

Greenaway, RM

greenaway-raeRM Greenaway

RM Greenaway writes the Dion/Leith West Coast Crime series. Her debut Cold Girl won the 2014 Arthur Ellis Unhanged, and kicks off the procedurals in the depths of winter, in the Hazeltons of B.C., in the search of a missing celebrity. At this remote and icy spot on the map her two star detectives converge for the first time, and by no means get along....

RM has lived all over and worked at various gigs and grinds. She now lives in Nelson BC, where she is a court reporter in a big unfinished house with a great view.

She has three books set to come out through Dundurn Press, starting with the prizewinner Cold Girl in 2016, closely followed by The Swim and Creep.

Follow her website blog at RMGreenaway.com, or contact her via social media.

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Finlay, Barry

finlay-barryBarry Finlay

In 2009, Barry Finlay went up a mountain as an accountant and came down as an writer and philanthropist. After over thirty years in various financial roles with the Canadian federal government, he took his life in a different direction and climbed Africa’s Mount Kilimanjaro at age sixty with his son Chris. The climb and their fundraising efforts to help kids in Tanzania led to the award-winning book, Kilimanjaro and Beyond: A Life-Changing Journey. He followed that up with the hilarious travel memoir, I Guess We Missed The Boat, which was named Best Travel Book of 2013 by Reader Views. Now, he has completed his debut fiction book, The Vanishing Wife. Barry’s latest book won a New Apple Literary Award as the best e-book in the thriller/mystery category. In 2013, he received the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee medal for his philanthropic work in Africa. Barry lives in Ottawa, Canada with his wife Evelyn.

Website: www.keeponclimbing.com

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