Delany SilentNightDeadlyNight

Vicki Delany, Silent Night Deadly Night, Penguin Random House

Residents of Rudolph keep the spirit of Christmas alive year-round—but their joy is threatened when a group of grinches visit.

McKinnon HerSecretSon

Hannah Mary McKinnon, Her Secret Son, MIRA

Would you still want the truth if it could cost you everything?

PenzSheluk FoolsJourney

Judy Penz Sheluk, A Fool's Journey: A Marketville Mystery #3, Superior Shores Press

Digging through buried secrets and decades-old deceptions where only one thing is certain: there is no such thing as closure.

Fradkin BloodTies

Barbara Fradkin, Blood Ties, Orca Book Publishers

A stranger at the farmhouse door, an old newspaper clipping, and a quest to unearth the family secret that connects the two.

Paulson BrokenThrough

Paulson, J.C., Broken Through, Joanne Paulson

Will Sgt. Adam Davis find a serial killer before his lover's friend becomes the next victim?

Potter BayofBlood

 

A.M. Potter, Bay of Blood, Black Opal Books

Bay of Blood is a vivid page-turner of a procedural - and one that promises more from its writer, A.M. Potter.

Kent NotesonaMissingG String

Winona Kent, Notes on a Missing G-String, Blue Devil Books

The first novel in a new mystery series featuring Jason Davey, amateur sleuth and professional jazz musician.

OCinneide PetrasGhost

C.S. O'Cinneide, Petra's Ghost, Dundurn Press

A man and woman are stalked on the Camino de Santiago by death and the guilty secrets they can’t leave behind.

Bate Frost

Karen Bate, Frost, Karen Bate

Emma has faced winter cold, spring floods, and summer heat. Now, the fall frost chills her life, and takes on deeper meaning.

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Kendall, Kay

kendall kayKay Kendall

Kay Kendall studied Russian history at the University of British Columbia, earning her Master’s degree and PhD (abd) there.  Born in Kansas, she is a proud dual citizen of the US and Canada and has lived half her adult life in BC and Ontario. Now Kay and her Canadian husband reside in Texas, where she uses her academic and work experiences in Vancouver, Ottawa, and Toronto as backgrounds for her mysteries set in the late sixties.  Her debut mystery, Desolation Row, takes place in Toronto, and the sequel, Rainy Day Women, moves from Toronto to Vancouver, with a brief dip down to Seattle.

Kay’s Austin Starr Mystery series features a 20-something Texas-born amateur sleuth who is surprised to discover culture shock in Canada when her American friends had said there would be none. Kay says, “The cultural and political differences between Canada and the US may be small—not on the scale of, say, Lebanon and Tahiti—but nevertheless those differences are real. In my writing I enjoy exploring those differences and hope to show American readers in particular that Canada is its own distinct nation—not the fifty-first state, for heaven’s sake. Murder and mayhem are my tools to do that.”

Website – http://austinstarr.com

 

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