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King, Richard

Richard King King Richard

Richard King, a bookseller for almost thirty years, was co-owner of Montreal’s Librairie Paragraphe Bookstore. He also served a term as the President of the Canadian Booksellers Association. He is the author of four mystery/crime novels and two biographies. He is a books columnist for CBC radio in Montreal.

https://richardkingauthor.com/

 

Warren, Alan

Alan R. Warren  Warren AlanR

Alan R. Warren is the host of the popular true crime history radio show House of Mystery heard on the NBC news talk radio network syndicated throughout the U.S. & Canada including KCAA Los Angeles/Palm Springs/ Riverside, KYAH Salt Lake City, KJLL 107.7 F.M. Roswell, and KOII 94.5 F.M. Flagstaff. The show is recorded and heard in Seattle at the KKNW 1150 A.M. studios.

Al Started Writing for Articles in True Case Files Magazine and is still a Contributor and Serial Killer Magazine. Since then he has completed 12 true crime books for two different publishers ( RJ Parker/Vronksy Publishing in Toronto, Canada & WildBlue Press in America)

His bestsellers include 'Above Suspicion' The True Story of Colonel Russell Williams, 'Blood Thirst' the true story of the Vampire Killer of Canada, 'Deadly Betrayal' the true story of Jennifer Pan , 'Last Man Standing' the true story of Jack McCullough, the man that was put away for the oldest unsolved murder case in America, and has since then been released as he did not do the crime. You can read more about him on his website. www.alanrwarren.com or www.houseofmysteryradio.com

(Al Warren has his (MM) in Music from the University of Washington in Seattle, Bachelor of Arts (BA ) Criminology from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C. Canada and Recording & Sound Engineering Diploma from the Juno Award Winning Bullfrog Studios in Vancouver B.C. Canada. He got his start on Digital Radio for the Z Talk Radio Network and still produces several shows for them.

 

 

Grose, Karen

 Karen Grose  Grose Karen

Born and raised in Toronto, Karen has always loved reading and the feel of a good book in her hands. After a long career as a teacher, principal, and superintendent, she turned her attention to writing. The Dime Box is her debut novel and she is currently working on a second. When not writing, she can be found working in the global EdTech sector or walking her high-strung French bulldog, Ruby, on the boardwalk of Lake Ontario.

Website: www.karengrose.ca

Twitter: @kgrose2

Everts, Nikki

Nikki Everts  Everts Nikki

After graduating in 1969 from the University of California, Berkeley, Nikki travelled for several months, arriving in Montréal in April 1970 where she lived until 1992. Nikki came of age in California during the sixties and held a sympathetic view of the Front de libération du Québec until the October Crisis. The events leading up to the FLQ’s kidnapping and murder of Pierre Laporte, the beauty of Montréal and the complexity of Québec politics inspired the setting and backdrop of “Evidence of Uncertain Origin”, Nikki’s first mystery novel.

Nikki lives and writes in Guelph, Ontario. She has self-published a book of poetry, “connect disconnect” with the help of Vocamus Press and developed writing workshops under the auspices of her small business, Scripted Images.

Miller, Hyacinthe

Hyacinthe M. Miller Miller Hyacinthe

Hyacinthe M. Miller is an award-winning author of short stories, magazine and newspaper articles, contemporary women's fiction and non-fiction. Her fiction has been published in Herotica 7, Whispered Words, and Allucinor, The Elements of Romance. Her debut novel, Kenora Reinvented, Book 1 of the Kenora & Jake: Investigations, Mystery & Seasoned Romance Series, was published in September 2019 in ebook format.

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