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Criminal actions

While the mystery genre has embraced women authors, there are more stories and perspectives that remain untold

Editor’s Note

Putting together the mystery and crime spotlight for this issue (starting on page 16), it was thrilling to see how many successful women authors are represented in the genre, and on the attendees list at Bouchercon, the pre-eminent mystery-writers festival, taking place in Toronto for the first time this October. It made the decision of whom to profile a challenge, but I hope the six authors included represent a cross-section of new voices and established favourites from coast-to-coast.

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