Monthly Archives: June 2012

Money a great motive for crime

I’m today’s guest on Vancouver author Colleen Cross’s blog. Like Pat Tierney, Colleen’s protagonist Kat Carter works in the world of finance; in Exit Strategy, Kat’s fraud investigation uncovers a massive blood diamond laundering scheme.  Money, Colleen and I agree, … Continue reading

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Kind words from Jack Batten!

I’ve arrived! Jack Batten, the Toronto Star‘s renowned crime fiction reviewer, takes on Safe Harbor today. Here’s what he says: Somebody’s trying to kill a 7-year-old Toronto kid named Tommy. His mother has already been murdered, and the person summoned … Continue reading

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Sales still rocking…and other good stuff

Imajin Books editor Cheryl Tardif has just reported some pretty amazing sales stats for the first part of this month. Total sales of Safe Harbor, June 1 through 14 alone, match the amazing buying frenzy at the end of May … Continue reading

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Talkin’ about Safe Harbor

A busy, busy day! Today American best-selling author Stacy Eaton (My Blood Runs Blue) interviewed me on her fabulous blog. We talked about writing in general and, of course, the writing of Safe Harbor. Stacy is a full-time police officer … Continue reading

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A Bloody wrap!

Another great Bloody Words weekend wrapped up today. For me, the highlight of Bloody Words 12 had to be Finally A Bride, the first-time authors’ panel that I moderated on Friday evening. After years of attending Canada’s annual crime-writing convention, … Continue reading

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