Over eighty per cent of Canadians live near a body of water and that means when Canadians turn to crime, somebody usually ends up all wet. In this anthology of original crime fiction, the authors celebrate that most Canadian of locations: the ocean, lake, or river near you.
About the Author
Therese Greenwood grew up on Wolfe Island, the largest of the Thousand Islands, where her family has lived since 1812. The region forms the backdrop for much of her historical crime fiction. She is the co-founder of the annual Wolfe Island Scene of the Crime Festival and a two-time nominee for the Arthur Ellis Award for the best short story. Violette Malan's published fiction include mystery, romance, fantasy, and erotica. Violette was co-winner of the first Bloody Words' Bony Pete. Her mystery fiction is included in the noir anthology Crime Spree and the Ladies' Killing Circle's Fit to Die and Bone Dance. She is cofounder of the annual Wolfe Island Scene of the Crime Festival.