Russell & Leduc murdery-mystery series 2
The Dogs of Winter begins after a howling snowstorm envelops Montreal, and the body of a young woman is discovered in its wake. The only clue to her identity is the photograph in her pocket, and on it, the phone number of Detective Inspector Romeo Leduc. Meanwhile, Marie and Romeo are busy navigating their deepening relationship, and a student at Marie’s college is the victim of a terrible assault. While Romeo begins to think that the dead woman may be linked to violence against several homeless people in the city, the search for justice in both cases is thwarted by societal apathy and ignorance, even as the killer is stalking the frigid streets of Montreal, preying on and terrorizing its most vulnerable citizens.
Virtual book launch for book two of the Russell and Leduc mystery series’ crime fiction
The Dogs of Winter by Ann Lambert (Second Story Press)
Readings and Q & A hosted by Anne Lagacé Dowson
Wednesday, October 28, 7-8pm
Second Story Press Instagram Live event: @_secondstory (+ available afterwards)
Thank you, Ann Lambert and Janis Kirshner
About the author
Ann Lambert’s first novel, The Birds That Stay was nominated for the Quebec Writers’ Federation’s Concordia First Book Prize. She was recently part of Toronto’s The Word On The Street’s Grand Dames of Crime Fiction panel. Along with her novels, Ann has been writing and directing for the stage for thirty-five years. Several of her plays, including The Wall, Parallel Lines, Very Heaven, The Mary Project and Two Short Women have been performed in theatres in Canada, the United States, Europe and Australia. Ann is the former head of The Playwriting Program at the National Theatre School of Canada. She taught English literature at Dawson College for almost thirty years in Montreal, Quebec, where she makes her home. Ann is also the co-founder of Theatre Ouest End and vice-president of The Theresa Foundation, dedicated to supporting AIDS-orphaned children and their grandmothers, the education of Malawian girls, and alleviating food insecurity in several villages in Malawi, Africa.