On Deadly Tides: A Penny Brannigan Mystery

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Product Details
Price
$26.99  $25.10
Publisher
Crooked Lane Books
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.3 X 1.1 inches | 0.79 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781643854687

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About the Author
Elizabeth J. Duncan is a winner of the Bloody Words Best Light Mystery Award and has been a finalist for the Agatha and Arthur Ellis Awards. She has worked as a writer and editor for some of Canada's largest newspapers, including the Ottawa Citizen and Hamilton Spectator. Duncan is a faculty member of the Humber School for Writers. She lives in Toronto, Canada and enjoys spending time each year in North Wales.
Reviews
Praise for On Deadly Tides
"Fans of this long-running series will delight in both the mystery and the romance that bids to change the heroine's life."
--Kirkus Reviews

"Duncan skillfully takes her classic village mystery series in a new direction."
--Publishers Weekly

"Charming, elegantly written, [and] clever."
--Seattle Book Review

"Highly recommended!"
--MyShelf

"Another solid story featuring the great character Penny Brannigan."
--Red Carpet Crash

"An awesome read!"
--Cozy Mystery Book Reviews

Praise for Remembering the Dead
"A soupçon of history and a whiff of lost romance combine for an unpredictable mystery."
--Kirkus Reviews

"For series fans and lovers of Welsh history and lore."
--Publishers Weekly

"This cozy contains numerous plot twists and is steeped in Welsh history, populated with full-bodied characters, and surrounded by lovingly described Welsh and Irish locales."
--Booklist

"The charming characters will appeal to Jane K. Cleland's readers."
--Library Journal

Praise for the Penny Brannigan Mysteries:
"Right up there with the best."
--Kirkus Reviews on A Brush with Death

"[An] inviting picture of life in rural Wales."
Publishers Weekly

"Duncan paints a lovely portrait and then ratchets up the suspense at all the right moments."
--British Heritage Travel on Murder is for Keeps

"It's easy to see why this is an award-winning series.
--Criminal Element

"She evokes the Welsh landscape and character with as much affection as any writer this side of Dylan Thomas."
--Toronto Star

"Duncan holds the interest of her readers with snappy dialogue and a well-plotted build-up.....Duncan excels at bringing her characters to life. ."
--Mystery Scene Magazine

"Duncan is a born storyteller whose ability to create appealing characters, evoke a strong sense of place, and fashion a clever plot are accompanied by another gift: a faculty for writing flawlessly smooth prose."
--Richmond Times-Dispatch

"[S]torytelling with polished exposition, pacing and edgy dialogue. Characters sparkle, and the dark side that lurks just at the edge of most innocent scenes is drawn with skill and depth. A must-read."
--Hamilton Spectator on The Cold Light of Mourning

"Duncan has a fine eye for detail, plays fair with the clues, and creates engaging characters."
--Globe and Mail