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Coming Soon! New Books from Ravenstone

Is there any better way to way to melt away the chill of winter than with Ravenstone's great new books coming this spring? Be sure not to miss Kraken Bake, Karen Dudley's follow up to the genre bending Food for the Gods and Janice MacDonald's next installment in the Randy Craig Mysteries, The Roar of the Crowd.
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Morden Launch of Tombstone Blues by Chadwick Ginther

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MORDEN: Chadwick Ginther will be launching Tombstone Blues, Book Two of the Thunder Road Trilogy, in his hometown of Morden on Saturday, November 9th at 7:00 pm at the Pembina Hills Arts Centre, 352 Stephen St, Morden, MB. Ginther says he is "very happy to be giving book two a hometown kickoff. I wrote the first fifty pages of Thunder Road in Morden, and I discovered the Norse Myths in the very…
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Mystery author Janice MacDonald in Winnipeg Oct 23 to 25th

Edmonton mystery author Janice MacDonald will be in Winnipeg for three events on October 23, 24 and 25th: Wednesday, Oct 23rd at 7pm: Ravenstone Monster Mash at McNally Robinson in the Atrium, Grant Park MallFeaturing visiting author Janice MacDonald (the Randy Craig Mystery series), joined by fellow Ravenstone Winnipeg authors Chadwick Ginther (Thunder Road Trilogy), David Annandale (Jen Blaylock thrillers), and Karen Dudley (Greek historical fantasy and Robyn Devara mysteries). Thursday, Oct 24th at 7pm: Getting…
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Food for the Gods by Karen Dudley shortlisted for Bony Blithe Mystery Award

Turnstone Press imprint Ravenstone Books is thrilled to announce that Food for the Gods: An Epikurean Epic by Karen Dudley has been shortlisted for the 2013 Bloody Words Light Mystery Award, otherwise known as the Bony Blithe Award. The Bony Blithe Award celebrates traditional, feel-good, humorous mysteries that "make us smile." The award will be be presented at the Bony Blithe Gala Reception at the National Club, 303 Bay Street, in Toronto on May 29,…
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Ravenstone's Expansion to include Speculative Fiction a Success

Turnstone Press declares the 2012 expansion of its Ravenstone imprint to include speculative fiction and urban fantasy a success. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Turnstone Press imprint Ravenstone, known until now for its mysteries and thrillers, expanded in fall 2012 to include speculative fiction. Ravenstone released two new novels of speculative fiction and urban fanstasy to great acclaim with the talented up-and-coming fantasy writer, Chadwick Ginther, and the much-loved mystery-maven-turned-speculative-fictionista, Karen Dudley. Ginther’s urban fantasy titled Thunder Road…
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Janice MacDonald continues to make waves

Janice MacDonald hit the ground running in 2012 with the latest mystery in her series, Hang Down Your Head: A Randy Craig Mystery. Most recently, Janice graced the cover of Edmonton Woman Magazine, which featured an in-depth, insightful article and interview. Please read the full article here. Also in February, Bookseller Laurie Greenwood gave a rave review of Hang Down Your Head by Janice MacDonald on Global TV Edmonton's Morning Show. To watch the full…
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Janice MacDonald launches new murder mystery set during the Edmonton Folk Festival

Join Janice MacDonald for the launch of Hang Down Your Head: A Randy Craig Mystery Wednesday, November 9, 7:30 pm Audrey's Books 10702 Jasper Avenue Edmonton, Alberta Advance Praise: "I have been a performer at the Edmonton Folk Festival for 20 years. I always knew there were a lot of characters there, but until reading Janice’s book, I never thought of the festival itself as a character, and a fine place for a murder mystery!"…
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A Criminal to Remember to Launch at Unforgettable Evening

WINNIPEG - Highly anticipated and destined to be an unforgettable summer read, Winnipeg author Michael Van Rooy's A Criminal to Remember will launch Wednesday, June 23 at 8:00 p.m. at McNally Robinson Bookseller's Prairie Ink Restaurant at Grant Park Shopping Centre. Toronto's Lee Lamothe, will join Van Rooy with a reading from his Arthur Ellis-finalist crime novel, The Finger's Twist, also published by Turnstone Press.  
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Criminal Crosses the Border

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CRIMINAL CROSSES THE BORDER     WINNIPEG-Turnstone Press is pleased to announce that very soon, Americans everywhere will be avidly reading the adventures of the reluctantly violent ex-con-turned family man and day-care provider, Monty Haaviko. St. Martin's Press has bought the US rights to Michael Van Rooy's popular Ravenstone mystery titles, An Ordinary Decent Criminal (ODC) and Your Friendly Neighbourhood Criminal (YFNC).
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Michael van Rooy named most promising

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PROMISING WRITER VAN ROOY WINS JOHN HIRSCH AWARD WINNIPEG - At Manitoba's literary version of the Oscars this past Saturday night at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Turnstone Press author Michael Van Rooy won the John Hirsch Award for Most Promising Writer.  
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Talking to Wendigo finalist for Arthur Ellice Award

April 24, 2009   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Ravenstone, an imprint of Turnstone Press, is pleased to announce the nomination of Talking to Wendigo by John C. Goodman, for the 2009 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel.   The award, presented annually by the Crime Writers of Canada, will be handed out June 4, 2009 at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.
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