|ARTHUR ELLIS AWARDS FINALIST
"Fast-paced and funny with unexpected twists and turns and the hint of romance"
"I love Kate Garrett. I like her feisty character and her lighthearted, sardonic voice."
Last month Kate Garrett was a Police Detective. Now she's a Pet P.I.?
Kate recently inherited half her father's private investigation company and a partner who is as irritating as he is attractive. Kate has been avoiding Jake Carmedy for years, but now her life might depend on him.
Kate and Jake are on the hunt for a serial cat killer who has mysterious connections to her father's last police case. Kate's father had been forced to retire when he was shot investigating a domestic disturbance. Is the shooter back for revenge? And is Kate or Jake next?
|ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Alison Bruce has had many careers and writing has always been one of them. Copywriter, editor and graphic designer since 1992, Alison has also been a comic store manager, small press publisher, webmaster and arithmetically challenged bookkeeper. She is the author of mystery, romantic suspense and historical western romance novels. Four of her novels have been finalists for genre awards, including an Arthur Ellis Award.
In addition to writing, Alison is the Publication Manager of Crime Writers of Canada and part-time tech guru to the technologically challenged.
"...easy read, humorous and poignant."
My home blog started as the musings of an author, copywriter, editor, designer, and mother. Sit me down in a cafe with large black coffee (or vente Americano) and I can write about anything.
|Pop Culture Divas
writers blogging about books, TV, movies and all things popular
Pop culture? Me? The woman who regularly gleans life lessons from Star Trek, Middle Earth and Discworld? What can I say? When I was invited, it was an offer I couldn't refuse.
Exciting western historical stories,novels, and articles. What woman wouldn't love a Cowboy Kiss?
I couldn't hope to find a more supportive bunch of authors and readers than I found on the Amazon Western Romance Authors forum. Me and my brand new western romance were accepted into the fold.
Cowboy Kisses is a shared blog. Drop on by for a taste of the old west. Even if you shy away from romance, you'll enjoy the fruits of the research required to write a historical western.