Warren MurderTimesSix

Alan R. Warren, Murder Times Six, House of Mystery Press

‘When Hope is gone there is nothing, and the world becomes an empty void, for one family, the setting sun indicates the beginning of a long and lonely night, haunted by the thoughts of the missing.’

Cushing YourTaxisHere

Raymond Cushing, Your Taxi Is Here, Independent

‘Not Criminally Responsible’ doesn’t mean ‘Not Dangerous’

Kent LostTown

Winona Kent, Lost Time, Blue Devil Books

Sixteen-year old Pippa Gladstone vanished while on holiday with her parents in Spain in 1974. Forty years later, a new photo shows her very much alive at the Wiltshire Folk Festival.

Bolton BostonScream

Ginger Bolton, Boston Scream Murder, Kensington Publishing Corp.

Halloween--the perfect season for Deputy Donut owner Emily Westhill to unmask a killer.

Misri DetectiveandtheSpy

Angela Misri, The Detective and the Spy, Cormorant Book

Hunted by MI6 and robbed of her abilities, Portia Adams must find the bomber before London, and her reputation, are ash.

PenzSheluk MarketvilleSet

Judy Penz Sheluk, The Marketville Mystery Series: Books 1-3, Superior Shores Press

The first three books in the bestselling Marketville Mystery series, now available in one collection.

Martin PerfectStorm

Mike Martin, Perfect Storm, Ottawa Press and Publishing

Food, fun and adventure on Canada's east cost. And a few murders to solve. Cool, clean and Canadian.

Lee FirstGear

Patricia C. Lee, First Gear: A Sadie Hawkins Mystery, Phoenix Literary Publishing

Being petite and feisty has its benefits...

Burke SeventhShot

Burke, Ann, The Seventh Shot, Latitude 46

The Seventh Shot is a recounting of two grisly Ontario murders some thirty years on and the remarkable search for the killer.

Fotheringham MaliceattheManor

A.J. Fotheringham, Malice at the Mansion, Amazon

Hilly Barton-Cheswick must clear her name of murder and locate a missing heiress in order to foil the real killer.

Delany DyinginaWinterWonderland

Vicki Delany, Dying in a Winter Wonderland, Berkley

The fifth installment of the charming cozy mystery series by national bestselling author Vicki Delany.

McCracken UnchartedWaters

Rosemary McCracken, Uncharted Waters, Carrick Publishing

Pat Tierney ventures into uncharted waters when she purchases her own business, and finds herself swimming with sharks.

Batten RossMackay

Jack Batten, Ross Mackay, The Saga of a Brilliant Criminal Lawyer, Durvile & UpRoute Books

Criminal defence lawyer Ross Mackay defended accused murderers in the most horrendous circumstances.

Jobb DaringDeviousandDeadly

Dean Jobb, Daring, Devious & Deadly: True Tales of Crime and Justice from Nova Scotia’s Past, Pottersfield Press

.A rogues’ gallery of killers and pirates, plus a prolific embezzler, a wise-cracking judge and a pair of brazen bank robbers.

Ireland MrsClausandtheSantaSlayings

Liz Ireland, Mrs. Claus and the Santaland Slayings, Kensington Books

April Claus’s first Christmas in Santaland might be her last—unless she unmasks a villain with a killer Christmas wish. . .

Angus, Lis

Lis Angus Angus Lis

Lis Angus is a suspense writer living in eastern Ontario, south of Ottawa. Her first novel, Not Your Child, was longlisted for the 2019 Grindstone International Novel prize. She is currently looking for a home for that novel, while starting work on a second book.

Lis has always loved reading and writing. By the time she was six, she often sat at the kitchen table writing stories while her mom cooked supper. At age nine, she spent a summer writing a novel in her cousin’s hayloft. She honed her writing skills throughout her adult life, including taking numerous courses in fiction writing through Gotham Writers Workshop and Sisters in Crime.

She grew up in Alberta, graduating from high school at sixteen. She then spent two years in Germany before returning to Canada, when she moved to Ottawa to study journalism and social sciences. She and her husband raised their family in Toronto, and now live in a small town south of Ottawa.

She’s a member of Sisters in Crime, Crime Writers of Canada, and Capital Crime Writers, and is an active participant in the North Grenville Writers Circle.

She has graduate degrees in psychology and business from York University in Toronto. Her early career was spent working with children and families in crisis. In her later career she was a respected telecommunications consultant and policy advisor, conference organizer, business writer and editor. She has two daughters and two grandchildren.

https://lisangus.com/

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