After two decades as a journalist, then as a top-ranked criminal lawyer in Vancouver, William Deverell, whose dream had always been to write fiction, took the jump. His first book won the Seal First Novel Prize and his 20 others amassed a series of awards, including Best Canadian Crime Novel and the international Hammett Award for literary excellence in crime writing. He lives in Pender Island, BC.
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