Jan Rehner lives in Toronto and recently retired as University Professor from the Writing Department at York University. Her novel, Just Murder, won the 2004 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Crime Novel in Canada. Her second novel, On Pain of Death, a historical narrative set in World War II France, won a bronze medallion from the IPPY group of independent publishers (2008). Her third novel, Missing Matisse (2011), combines murder and a search for a lost Matisse painting with a fictionalized account of Matisse’s famed model, Lydia Delectorskaya. When she is not writing, Jan enjoys travelling and photography.
While summer might be coming to an end, we've still got some time left before we watch the credits roll! We've put together a few book recommendations to check out before/after watching some of the season's hottest flicks.
You know what they say about April showers, right? Well, these floral-bedecked books are in full bloom in this edition of Cover Collage.
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