"A pure pleasure to read," Dark Moon Walking is the first book in the Dan Connor mystery series, in which a retired cop is pulled from retirement to partner with a First Nations ex-criminal he once put behind bars to find a missing woman. It "honors the tradition of the great mystery novelists of the ‘40’s and ‘50’s ... there are no psychic profilers, CSI forensics, or electronic surveillance," and yet it is a fast-paced, suspenseful thriller that will keep you glued to the pages.
Cinda Chavich is an award winning food and travel writer and cookbook author. She has worked at CBC radio and her byline has appeared in the Calgary Herald, Globe and Mail, the National Post, Chatelaine, Cooking, and Wine Spectator among many others. More recently, she has become a free agent, travelling and reporting on food, wine, and destination stories around the world.
Cinda's next project, The Waste Not, Want Not Cookbook(May.2015) will be her sixth collection of recipes. She was inspired to write it after learning that food waste is not only a hot button issue, but also one of the major stumbling blocks to feeding the world and a huge contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. She means for her new book to be a handbook to address the major pitfalls when it comes to food waste at home.
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