Monthly Archives: November 2011

Pick a cover for Safe Harbor!

Imajin Books has come up with two great covers for my mystery novel, Safe Harbor. The novel opens when a frightened woman barges into financial advisor Pat Tierney’s office with a shocking request: Look after my boy; he’s your late … Continue reading

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Communities of writers: it’s who you know

I was talking to an up-and-coming memoir writer a few days ago when it struck me how fortunate I am to have a community of crime writers in Canada. Many of its members are right in Toronto where I live. … Continue reading

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Jill Edmondson, a writer to watch

Jill Edmondson is a force to be reckoned with. Less than two years ago, this Toronto writer launched Blood and Groom, the first mystery in her Sasha Jackson series. Dead Light District followed this past March. And last night Jill … Continue reading

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