D.B. Carew is a crime fiction writer who was born in Newfoundland and Labrador. He now lives in Coquitlam, British Columbia with his wife and their two children, along with their Cocker Spaniel. D.B (Derrick) has worked at a forensic psychiatric hospital for over twenty years, and his experiences as a forensic social worker serve as inspiration for his novels. He is a member of Crime Writers of Canada, the Federation of BC Writers, and Crime Writers Association. His first book, The Killer Trail was shortlisted in 2013 for the Crime Writers Association (CWA) Debut Dagger for unpublished manuscript, and was published by NeWest Press in 2014. His follow up novel, The Weight of Blood, was released fall 2020.
This week on the blog: crime fiction writer D.B. Carew, wearable art, our final Indie Reading Room feature, and more!
We've been feeling alive with Jeremy Hanson-Finger's part medical dramedy, part detective story Death and the Intern (Invisible Publishing), so our final July book club post has us excitedly recommending some follow-up reads that'll keep you sharp and sleuth-y.
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