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An Arthur Ellis for 13 Claws!

Last night, Catherine Astolfo’s “The Outlier” was named the winner of Crime Writers of Canada’s 2018 Arthur Ellis award for best short story. “The Outlier” appeared in the Mesdames of Mayhem’s crime fiction anthology 13 Claws, published by Carrick Publishing … Continue reading

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Carrick Publishing hits the big leagues!

Last night’s Arthur Ellis Award Shortlist Event proved that Carrick Publishing has come into its own. No less than four works in Carrick’s most recent Mesdames of Mayhem anthology, 13 Claws, are finalists for Crime Writers of Canada’s Arthur Ellis … Continue reading

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The Return of Ellis Portal

Ellis Portal is back! Rosemary Aubert’s mysteries, featuring disgraced judge Ellis Portal, blew me away when I first started reading them in the late 1990s. Portal was no ordinary sleuth. In Free Reign, the first book in the series, he … Continue reading

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December book madness!

What a whirlwind few days these have been! On Saturday, we celebrated the launch of World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing’s collection of 23 crime fiction stories. We had a fabulous launch party at Sleuth of Baker Street–the bookstore was … Continue reading

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Exciting book events unfolding

Have I mentioned that SAFE HARBOR is included in Imajin Book’s DEADLY DOZEN book bundle? Yup, as the photo above shows, my first Pat Tierney mystery is right in the centre of the works of Imajin’s best-selling authors. And there … Continue reading

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Augtober…means getting back to work

Summer, my favourite season, is drawing to a close. This past weekend was unseasonably cool in my part of the world—Augtober, one pundit called it. But the cooler weather has propelled me into fall mode. Today, I opened my week-long … Continue reading

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