Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Canadian Mysteries: Mystery Readers Journal

The current issue of the Mystery Readers Journal focuses on Canadian Mysteries (Volume 30:1/Spring 2014). This issue is available in hardcopy and as a downloadable PDF. Thanks to all the contributors to this wonderful issue!

Canadian Mysteries
Volume 30, No. 1, Spring 2014 Buy this back issue! Available in hardcopy or as a downloadable PDF.


  • Murder, Eh? by Lou Allin
  • Becoming Canadian by Cathy Ace
  • Setting Out From Saskatoon by Anthony Bidulka
  • Land of Ice and Snow, Smoggy Steeltown, and the Italian Mob! Or, how to write mob comedies... by Melodie Campbell
  • Mysteries in the Canadian North by Brenda Chapman
  • An Insider's Take by Miriam Clavir
  • A Quiet Courage by Peter Clement
  • Writing Canadian Cops by Vicki Delany
  • Sleeping With an Elephant by Ruth Donald
  • Research Made Fun With Vancouver's Police Dogs by Elizabeth Elwood
  • Mystery Is in the Mind by A.R. Grobbo
  • Exploring the Canadian Wilds with Meg Harris by R.J. Harlick
  • France on Berlin Time, Part II: The Canadian Connection by J. Robert Janes
  • Canadian From Coast to Coast by Amber Harvey
  • The Canadian Conundrum by Tim Heald
  • Left Coast Noir by Dietrich Kalteis
  • The Canadian Mystery Writer's Wardrobe by Linda Kupecek
  • Ordinary People, Like You and Me, Interrupted by Murder by J. A. Menzies
  • Thoughts About Killing the Canadian Way by John Moss
  • Canadianese by Louise Penny
  • The Canadian Who Came in From the Cold (But Just for a Short Time) by Steve Shrott
  • The Inferiority Complex of a Canadian Mystery Author by Cathy Spencer
  • From Rangers to Red Serge by Kay Stewart
  • Canadian as Maple Murder Pie by Robin Timmerman
  • APOK? by Mike Walton
  • Mystery in Retrospect: Reviews by Madeleine Harris-Callway, Lesa Holstine, Gay Toltl Kinman, L.J. Roberts, Lou Allin, Margaret Blair
  • Children's Hour: Canada by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • In Short: Canadian Capers by Marv Lachman
  • Crime Seen: North of the Border by Kate Derie
  • From the Editor's Desk by Janet Rudolph

1 comment:

Priscilla said...

An especially exciting issue, amongst a host of always exciting ones! Canadian writers, not just those named Penny and Robinson, are doing some really good books. Thank to LCC we got to hear a panel of them in March. Please, guys, come south of the 49th more often and bring your wonderful books!