Monthly Archives: October 2016

Jumping into BLACK WATER

Black Water, the second Pat Tierney mystery, opens without any backstory drop from the previous novel. The reader doesn’t need it. The story stands on its own. Pat jumps in, telling us exactly how she feels on this cold Friday … Continue reading

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Dive into BLACK WATER

BLACK WATER, the second Pat Tierney mystery, is a book dear to my heart. A misunderstanding with her daughter, Tracy, sends Pat up to cottage country north of Toronto to find Tracy’s sweetheart–and redeem her relationship with her daughter. Every … Continue reading

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The Lisa girl!

Toronto author Lisa de Nikolits has created another delightful heroine. Her new novel, The Nearly Girl, is a fast-paced literary thriller about a young woman with a rare psychosis. With a tortured poet for a father, a body builder for … Continue reading

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Schmoozing with author James Moushon

Thrilled to be interviewed by American mystery author James Moushon today on HBS Author’s Spotlight. James and I chatted about a wide array of topics: current writing projects, book covers and the role of social media in book marketing to … Continue reading

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