Warren DoomsdayCults

Alan R. Warren, Doomsday Cults: The Devil's Hostages, RJ Publishing

How do doomsday cult members became so brainwashed they committed unimaginable crimes at the command of their leader?

Davidson DontLookDown

Hilary Davidson, Don't Look Down, Thomas & Mercer

The dead body. The gun. The woman who pulled the trigger. The police have the evidence, but nothing adds up.

Freeland OrphanofHellsKitchenLiz Freeland, An Orphan of Hell's Kitchen, Kensington

The death of a prostitute leads Louise Faulk, one of New York City's first policewomen, on a grim journey through one of the city's darkest corners...

McKercher CarbonCopy

Ian McKercher, Carbon Copy, Ian McKercher

A strange variety of people wanted Carlos Orinoco dead. Can a Bank secretary puzzle it all out?

Arnold PastDeeds

Carolyn Arnold, Past Deeds, Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.

FBI Agent Brandon Fisher and his team hunt a serial sniper, determined to put an end to her killing spree.

Delany MurderAfootVicki Delany, There's A Murder Afoot, Crooked Lane Books

Gemma Doyle and friends travel to London for Sherlock Holmes convention--but will Gemma's father take the fall for art fraud.

Copeland MadnessintheMethod

Karen Copeland, Madness in the Method, Amazon

A murder at Bonnechere University sparks an investigation of mistaken identity, drug trafficking and misogyny.

OCinneide StarrStingScale

C.S. O'Cinneide, The Starr Sting Scale, Dundurn Press

A hard-drinking former hitwoman agrees to help catch a killer — even though the murderer might just be her.

MacLeod Hilary

macleod-hilaryHilary MacLeod

Hilary MacLeod’s first murder mystery, Revenge of the Lobster Lover, won her a CBC Bookie award. Hilary is a former CBC radio writer and broadcaster with experience in Montreal and the Maritimes. She sets The Shores mystery series in a village very similar to Sea View, PEI where Hilary has spent summers since 1990. The novels draw from this location – the landscape, characters, way of life and speaking come from the author’s observation of and bond with that community. The Shores novels are village mysteries, but they’re far from typical. The view of the place and the people is humourous, affectionate, and satirical, but also touched with dark moments and themes.

Listen to Hilary reading from The Shores series every Sunday at 7 pm online or on demand at www.91x.fm

Website: www.hilarymacleod.ca

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Bibliography: 

  • Tools of Their Trade: The Book of Professional Fiascos, Eden Press 1986

 

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