Wreck Bay, Amanda Doucette's fifth adventure set on Vancouver Island, is hot off the press! Successful book launches were held in both Ottawa and Toronto, with people braving frigid temperatures, snow, and freezing rain to come help Barbara celebrate. We Canadians are an intrepid lot!
Thrills, Chiils and Laughter - The Fradkin / Maffini mini-library tour concluded May 16 in Brighton and was a lot of fun for the authors, and I hope the listeners too! Due to a conflict, Barbara has one more solo library appearance at the Clarence-Rockland Public Library on June 7. Details on the News and Events page.
Amanda Doucette pursues the connection between a reclusive artist and the wealthy surfer who turned up dead on a remote island in Vancouver Island’s Pacific Rim in a wilderness-infused mystery perfect for fans of Jane Harper or Louise Penny.
And lastly, stay tuned for an exciting new announcement coming soon...
"Fradkin, a retired psychologist, creates well-drawn, complex characters, and she knows how to build tension and drama that hold readers to the end."
Starred review, Publishers Weekly
"Ottawa-based author Barbara Fradkin is one of today's finest mystery writers. Her Inspector Green mysteries linger long after the story is told."
"Fradkin's forte is the emotional cost of crime."
The reviews are beginning to come in for None So Blind. Check out Publishers Weekly, Quill & Quire, and The National Post.
The Whisper of Legends has received numerous excellent reviews, such as The Globe and Mail, The Ottawa Citizen, and The National Post.