Calonego StrangerontheIce

Bernadette Calonego, The Stranger on the Ice, AmazonCrossing

A gripping mystery novel set in Canada`s Arctic. A dead girl, a mysterious explosion on the ice, dark secrets from the past.

Bolton GoodbyeCruellerWorld

Ginger Bolton, Goodbye Cruller World, Kensington Publishing Corp.

Named after her beloved tabby, Deputy Donut, Emily Westhill's donut shop is doing so well, she's expanding into catering weddings. But a killer is about to crash the reception...

Delany BlueWaterHues

Vicki Delany, Blue Water Hues, Orca Books

Paramedic Ashley Grant feels like a fish out of water in the Caribbean as she wonders if an exclusive resort has a dark side.

Huang GentlemanMurder

Christopher Huang, A Gentleman's Murder, Inkshares

Death in the Great War was nothing personal, but this is murder.

Little Mica

Darwin Little, The Mica, Tellwell Publishing

Paramedic Ashley Grant feels like a fish out of water in the Caribbean as she wonders if an exclusive resort has a dark side.

Hendley TheBoyontheBicycle

Nate Hendley, The Boy on the Bicycle, Five Rivers Publishing

A true, largely forgotten story involving a coerced confession, fumbled police investigation, a miscarriage of justice...

Prairie BlueFire

Katherine Prairie, Blue Fire, Stonedrift Press Ltd.

An incredible discovery. A race for the truth.

Soosar BeachBaby

Jennifer Soosar, Beach Body : A Tale of Suspense, Kindle Direct Publishing

She brought a killer opportunity to a flawed paradise.

Kingsmill Sunsetat2047

Peter Kingsmill, Sunset at 20:47, Peter Kingsmill

A peaceful lake becomes the center of a web of conflict, environmental activists, international criminals and murder.

Burrows, Steve

burrows-steveSteve Burrows

Steve began pursuing his life-long interest in birds and nature in the urban parks around his childhood home in Birmingham, UK. Steve has written articles on travel and environmental issues for magazines and newspapers around the world. He is a past recipient of a ‘Nature Writer of the Year’ award from the BBC’s Wildlife magazine in the U.K. and a former editor of the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society Magazine, as well as a contributing field editor with Asian Geographic. Steve has travelled to destinations such as Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Papua New Guinea, to cover stories on everything from silk villages to seahorses.

Steve now lives in Oshawa, Ontario. His other interests include soccer, poker, and single-malt whisky. He is currently learning to juggle and play the banjo, though he accepts that it is unlikely he will ever be able to do both at the same time.

A Siege of Bitterns is Steve’s first work of fiction.


www.steveburrows.org

http:birdingdetective.blogspot.ca

 

 

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