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“Duncan’s debut is a gentle delight sure to please fans of the classic English mystery.”—Kirkus Reviews
“A runaway bride is the linchpin of Canadian writer Duncan’s delightful debut, which has won the Minotaur/Malice Domestic Best First Traditional Mystery Novel Competition....The scenic Welsh backdrop, village personalities and a budding romance...add color and interest.”—Publishers Weekly
“The Cold Light of Mourning is a must read for 2009 with hope that another is soon to follow.”—The Hamilton Spectator
“Duncan has a fine eye for detail, plays fair with the clues and creates engaging characters.”—Globe and Mail
Elizabeth J. Duncan has worked as a writer and editor for some of Canada's largest newspapers, including the Ottawa Citizen and Hamilton Spectator. She lives with her dog, Dolly, in Toronto where she teaches in the public relations program at Humber College. She enjoys spending time each year in North Wales and is the first Canadian writer to win the Malice Domestic Best First Traditional Mystery Novel Competition. The Cold Light of Mourning, her first novel, is also the winner of the William F. Deeck–Malice Domestic Grant.