Anne Barton is the pen name of Dr. Florence Barton, a retired veterinarian and flight instructor. She attended university at McGill (Montreal) and Washington State, where she received the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine with highest honors in 1957. She has practiced in the United States and in Penticton, BC. She has also worked part-time as a flight instructor for over 20 years.
Anne lives in the beautiful Okanagan Valley of British Columbia with her horse and five cats. She enjoys classical music and Shakespeare's plays as well as camping and stargazing. Anne is a member of the Anglican Church.
Selected Bibliography Robin Carruthers Mystery Series: The Evil that We Do. Summerland, BC: Valley Publishing, 2001 (previously published in 1996 and by Elwood as an e-book in 2000; both publishers defunct) The Third Day. Summerland, BC: Valley Publishing, 2001 (previously published by Elwood as an e-book in 2000)
Autobiography: Gone to the Cats. Lewiston, ID: Gem Press, 1984
Short stories: "Trip to Toronto" in Fireworks (an e-zine), 2001 "A Matter of Conscience", Fireworks, Summer 2003
Awards Winner, Bony Pete Award for Best Short Story, Bloody Words Mystery Conference 2001 for "Trip to Toronto"
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