“One of the names to watch in Canadian crime fiction…”

I’ll be doing an interview with the folks at Crime Fiction Lover soon and their brilliant reviewer, Marina Sofia, will be reviewing The Poisoned Pawn. Meanwhile, here’s their plug for my new book, The Poisoned Pawn, soon to be released in the USA!

Policeman, Pawns and Poison

Following Midnight in Havana, Peggy Blair became one of the names to watch in Canadian crime fiction. The Poisoned Pawn is set in Castro’s Cuba and is the second in the series featuring Inspector Ramirez. Ramirez will delight readers who love a touch of the supernatural thrown in with their crime and punishment. He has the rare gift of being able to see the ghosts of the victims in the murders he’s investigating. In The Poisoned Pawn, the case of a murdered cigar lady is complicated by Ramirez taking an eye-opening trip to Canada to investigate a child abuse scandal. Blair is an Ottawa-based human rights lawyer, and her new book is out on 25 February. Watch for our review.

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5 Responses to “One of the names to watch in Canadian crime fiction…”

  1. Cindy D says:

    Congrats Peggy! I know what book I am going to look for now 🙂


  2. That is very exciting – congratulations!


  3. Peggy Blair says:

    I’m sorry, Linda, I always turn these kinds of invitations down. They feel a bit like a pyramid scheme to me, and they involve more work than I have time for right now. Good luck!


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