Peter Kingsmill


Peter Kingsmill was born and raised near Montréal but soon after high school chose to move west, first to British Columbia then eventually settling in Saskatchewan. He has worked at an eclectic mix of tasks - reporter and editor, logger, trucker, cattle farmer, and riverboat captain.

Peter and his wife Valerie* live at Hafford, Saskatchewan, near Redberry Lake where his work resulted in his being presented with the Governor General of Canada's Conservation Award in 1991. Peter is past-chair and founding director of the Redberry Lake (UNESCO) Biosphere Reserve, He currently serves as publications editor with the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists. He is a Professional Author Member of Crime Writers of Canada.

*Valerie Kingsmill is an artist and author/designer of the Redberry Tales series of gentle children's books, in the Wind in the Willows genre (but set on the Canadian prairies instead of the United Kingdom).

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Sunset at 20:47
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 101,370. Language: English. Published: January 3, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Amateur sleuth, Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
Sunset at 20:47 is a crime mystery based around a small community on a big lake. But “Sunset” is more than a crime novel. Despite some international and environmental issues, it is about how ordinary people respond when they feel threatened.

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