Monthly Archives: March 2020

Hunkering down with Pat Tierney

Returning from Cuba on February 14 as we did, Ed and I didn’t have to self-isolate for two weeks in case we were carrying the coronavirus. But given that the venues of most of our favourite Toronto activities–fitness centres, public … Continue reading

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A post on The First Two Pages!

I am thrilled to to have an essay on Art Taylor’s blog, The First Two Pages, today! One of America’s leading crime fiction writers, Art Taylor has reaped a host of awards: an Edgar in 2019; an Anthony in 2015, … Continue reading

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Getting in the mood for St. Paddy’s Day: Weekend in Lisdoonvarna

“Weekend in Lisdoonvarna” is in Kings River Life Magazine today. My story is set in the real town of Lisdoonvarna in western Ireland, where a matchmaking festival is held throughout the month of September every year. The festival started 160 … Continue reading

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