By Bernard A. Drew
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The tough thing is to keep the characters and the series fresh. I hope I’ve done this by moving Joe around and giving him a new job and circumstances. Works by the Author Blue Heaven (2008) Three Weeks to Say Goodbye (2009) Back of Beyond (2011) Joe Pickett Series Open Season (2001) Savage Run (2002) 48 C. J. Box Winterkill (2003) Trophy Hunt (2004) Out of Range (2005) In Plain Sight (2006) Free Fire (2007) Blood Trail (2008) Below Zero (2009) Nowhere to Run (2010) Cold Wind (2011) Contributor Meeting Across the River (2005) America’s Best Mystery Stories (2006) For Further Information Blood Trail review, Publishers Weekly, March 17, 2008.
She grew up in California and attended a French Catholic school. She had an opportunity, at a young age, to travel to France, and was taken with the culture. She received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from San Francisco State University, the last in 1982. She married photography bookseller Jun Ishimuro; they have one child. She worked as a teacher and director for a preschool before writing her first novel. ” Yet several years passed before she sat down to write Murder in the Marais (1999), about her investigative Parisienne.
The character Joanne Kilbourn is also a political columnist and journalist, as the occasion merits. Widowed, as the series progresses she makes new friends and eventually marries Zach Shreve, a paraplegic criminal lawyer. During a panel discussion at the Festival of Words at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, in 2009, the author said that over her career as a mystery writer, she has seen Canadian 39 40 Gail Bowen characters come into sharper focus. “One of the biggest changes in our writing is [that] it now reflects our Canadian population,” she said, yielding a more accurate picture of problems faced by a variety of Canadians.
100 Most Popular Contemporary Mystery Authors: Biographical Sketches and Bibliographies by Bernard A. Drew