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    February 27, 2006


    steven gillis

    Very cool about MacAdam/CAge getting distribution into Canada. M/C is an excellent press! They also publish the series Stumbling and Raging edited by Stephen Elliott (a great collection of politically charged stories) with the latest edition containing works by EWNs own Stefan Kiesbye and Jeff Parker.

    Cheryl Kaye Tardif

    I came across your site and thought I'd introduce myself. I am a Canadian mystery author, with 3 published novels that I think you would enjoy.

    Whale Song is an emotional mystery about a young girl who moves to Vancouver Island and loses her memory after a traumatic event. A screenplay has just been completed at the request of a leading film producer. Whale Song is best read with a box of Kleenex close by!

    Divine Intervention is a suspense thriller that takes you across BC as a group of psychic investigators search for a serial arsonist. This novel earned me the nickname of "the Canadian J.D. Robb" from my fans.

    The River is my latest thriller, full of action and suspense. Take the ride of your life as Del Hawthorne heads north to the mysterious and deadly Nahanni River, in search of a father she had thought was dead. What she finds instead may hold the key to humanity's survival--or its destruction.

    I really hope you'll check out my novels. Whale Song and The River have been read many times in book clubs. You can read my bio at my site and read my reviews, excerpts and more. I hope you stop by and sign my guestbook.

    Happy reading and I would be honored if you chose one of my books. They are available at,, Barnesand, and more.

    ~ Cheryl Kaye Tardif

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