For all those of you who left the pages of Dana Stabenow’s Kate Shugak series with frostbite on your fingers and a yen for more, let me take you further into the cold, and then further still, deep into the Arctic tundra of M. J. MCGRATH’s Edie Kiglatuk mysteries..
Levison skilfully depicts the nostalgia of summers spent by the lake, and juxtaposes this with the horror of murder. Drawing a connection between the recent crime and her family’s experiences in the Holocaust, *The Crate* is a sensitive portrayal of the effects of violence and the importance of remembrance.
I was impressed by Graff’s attention to detail during the police procedural scenes. The technicalities of crime scene investigation and forensics are well described, without delving into gruesome details, as fits the cozy genre.
Fradkin evokes the prairie heat of the Alberta badlands in THE ANCIENT DEAD. When a human bone is discovered in a coulee, Amanda has to dig up the past to solve a thirty-year-old mystery. And plunges headlong into danger...
In the anthology MOONLIGHT AND MISADVENTURE, award-winning American and Canadian writers shed the glint of moonlight on mistakes, misdemeanors and murder and are sure to dazzle readers of short stories.