Monday, Monday

A wee bit cool, but at least sunny to begin our week of crime adventure.

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CWC events for the week.

Also, if you want to catch-up on the Canadian crime fiction released so far this year have a peek at the:
CWC Cool Canadian Crime – Annual catalogue of member writers

Meanwhile, a list of October Canadian releases:
C.C. Benison, Ten Lords A’Leaping, Doubleday Canada
Melodie Campbell, The Goddaughter’s Revenge, Orca Rapid Reads
Elizabeth J. Duncan, Never Laugh as a Hearse Goes By, Minotaur
Michael J. McCann, The Rainy Day Killer, The Plaid Raccoon Press
Garry Ryan, Foxed, NeWest Press

For those who may have an interest, a fun article from the UK’s The Guardian about women in trousers whether victim, detective, or character.

A great week ahead is waiting for us…
June Lorraine

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