I've been writing all my life, first in journalism and then in corporate communications. Death on a Dig is my first mystery.
I've travelled in the UK, continental Europe, India, Mexico and Central America. Before apartheid was defeated in South Africa, I spent five years in Mozambique as an international volunteer, and I recently volunteered again for six months to work with a small social agency in northern India.
Girls of Summer: In Their Own League, my only published non-fiction book, resulted from my work as a researcher with CTV's national public affairs program W5.
I live in Toronto, Canada and am focusing now on writing and epublishing mystery fiction.
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Amends for the Dead
by Lois Browne
(4.00 from 1 review)
Lonnie Kuhl's high school friend and secret crush, Vonnie Markham is dead, murdered in the dead of night by a burglar. The case wraps up quickly, and then just as quickly comes undone as Lonnie, with the help of pal Targe Wilkins, follows clues and more dead bodies to find out why Vonnie really died and who killed her,
Death on a Dig
by Lois Browne
(4.00 from 3 reviews)
A neighbour begs Gwen Madden to head to Mexico to search for her daughter, missing from an archaeological dig. Gwen doesn’t hesitate.
Before long she is involved in kidnapping, stolen artifacts and dead bodies. The motive for murder isn’t clear and Gwen is considered a suspect. Unable to leave, she continues to her own questions, even when it becomes apparent she may be the next one to die.
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