Identity Withheld short-listed for CWC Award of Excellence

Well, the title says it all, really. I found out last week, via YouTube, that my novella, Identity Withheld, has been short-listed for a Crime Writers of Canada Award of Excellence. The winners will be announced on May 26 on YouTube.

Identity Withheld is set in Fredericton (because I love Fredericton) and features Cleo, a young woman called back to Fredericton when her parents’ car is forced into the river. Her parents’ past has finally caught up with them.

You can find a full list of the award nominees here. As you will see, I am in good company! And just in case you didn’t know, I won last year’s CWC Award of Excellence for my short story, “Cold Wave,” in Crime Wave: A Canada West Anthology.