R.M. Greenaway, Undertow, Dundurn Press
A heartbreaking set of murders bring RCMP constables Leith and Dion together in the Lower Mainland, where violence flows like a riptide.
RW Wells, The Saint & The Soul Slayer
This an exhilarating, fantastic tale that introduces multi-layered character, Xavier O'Malley, a Canadian police officer. The story plunges into the dark side of life and the evil that resides there.
Cathy Ace, The Case of the Curious Cook, Severn House Publishers
The WISE women face puzzles involving newly discovered works by a murdered artist, an untraceable octogenarian, and an old folks’ home.
Michael Blair, The Evil That Men Do, Linda Leith Publishing
When two sociopaths face off, someone is bound to die.
Steve Burrows, A Shimmer of Hummingbirds, Dundurn Press
In this 4th book in the Birder Murder mystery series, Domenic Jejeune finds that sometimes, the wrong choice is the only choice you have.
Vicki Delany, Elementary, She Read, Crooked Lane Books
The first in the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium series.
Sarah Fox, For Whom the Bread Rolls, Penguin Random House
In the seaside town of Wildwood Cove, pancake house owner Marley McKinney is tangling with a salty troublemaker . . . and a ravenous killer.
Linda Wiken, Roux the Day, Berkley Prime Crime
J.J. Tanner loves planning events, like the fundraising Casino Night Dinner Cruise. What she hadn’t planned on was murder.
Melodie Campbell, The Bootlegger's Goddaughter, Orca Books
Even old mobsters retire eventually…don’t they? Gina and Nico work feverishly to keep the latest bungled family caper under wrap.
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The Only Shadow in the House is the second novel in the Travelling Detective Series. Elizabeth Oliver, a travel writer, helps her boyfriend find out if his mother really did commit suicide thirty years ago. They also are confronted with a second death at the same time and wonder if the two are related.Amateur Sleuth
Author's Region: Vancouver Island.
When the fiancée of a wealthy social activist disappears in the middle of a howling blizzard, everyone fears the worst. But a mysterious bus trip, a family secret and a dead stranger lead Ottawa Police Inspector Michael Green to Montreal to re-investigate an old death.
Author's Region: Ottawa and Eastern Ontario
There's a murdered woman in the washroom, a collapsed roof on the Plattsford Arena and crime along the woodland trails. Amidst all these sensational headlines, newspaper editor Gloria Trevisi is trying to go on maternity leave before she becomes a desperate killer's next victim. With a baby expected at any moment, the last place she wants to be is in the woods among noisy snowmobiles, bubbling maple sap and illegal hunting. But that's exactly where she's headed. Cozy
Author's Region: Southwestern Ontario
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Toronto, 1836. A politician has been assassinated, and in his haste to catch the killer, Lieutenant Marc Edwards is responsible for an innocent’s death.To track down the real killer, Edwards joins forces with Toronto police Constable Cobb. Between keeping track of Cobb and solving the murder, Edwards will be pushed to his limit once more.
Author's Region: Ontario
Author's Region: Nova Scotia
Author's Region: British Columbia
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Winner of the Bloody Dagger Award From the moment of Rachael’s arrival at Jenny's Cove, a man watches. Soon Rachael becomes a target for a vicious predator whose own dark and twisted past forms a deadly bond between them. And sets her on a collision course with a crazed killer.
...a superb tale of terror and suspense that puts her right up there with the likes of Sandford and Patterson..."Ingrid Taylor for Small Press ReviewSuspense
Author's Region: New Brunswick, Canada
SOMEONE WAS STALKING HER. NOW HE'S FOUND HER.....there was only the wind in the trees to greet her...and the cold and empty house. But the house was not quite empty. Something awaited her, upstairs in her bedroom. Something with cold, dead eyes... "... accomplished… fluid… suspenseful …Felix Griffin - Rave Reviews, NYSuspense/Thriller
SHE DARED TO CHALLENGE A MERCILESS KILLERPhone calls flood the station, but all leads go nowhere. The police investigation seems doomed to failure. Then it happens: a note, written in red ink, slipped under the windshield wipers of her car, 'YOU'RE IT.' Ellen has stirred the monster in his lair … and the hunter has become the hunted! "If you are looking for the suspense thriller of the year-look no further..."Jewel Dartt Midnight Scribe ReviewsEPPIE WINNERSuspense
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Based in part on a true story, Havana Harvest follows the maneuvers of two adversarial intelligence services in their attempts to inflict maximum damage on each other as they move through a maze of high-tension suspense.
CIA operative Robert Lonsdale is tasked with determining why a captain in Fidel’s army seeks U.S. protection from a Colombian drug cartel and the Cuban secret police. Lonsdale is quickly drawn into a maelstrom of intrigue and murder from which there seems to be no escape—unless he can convince General Casas to help.
Author’s Region: Quebec
After the mayor falls down dead during a speech, a clandestine student society claims credit for his demise. Clare Vengel is given her first undercover assignment: to pose as a student and penetrate the society. Can she keep the world safe for politicians? Does anyone care?
Undercover detectiveAuthor’s Region: Vancouver, BC
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