To Die in Spring - Dundurn

To Die in Spring

A Rebecca Temple Mystery

Published February 2000

Description

Short-listed for the 2002 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel

Dr. Rebecca Temple has just returned to practice in an old converted house in the Kensington Market area of Toronto, six months after the death of her artist husband, when she’s confronted with the violent murder of a patient she had earlier diagnosed as paranoid. Sylvia Warsh’s accomplished first novel explores the decades-old deceptions and plots that go back to World War Two Poland and underlie the murder of Goldie. Even as Rebecca struggles with guilt over the misdiagnosis which may have led to her patient’s death, she becomes the killer’s next target.

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Contributors

Sylvia Maultash Warsh

Sylvia Maultash Warsh was born in Germany to parents who survived the Holocaust. She grew up in Toronto, where she earned an MA in Linguistics and now teaches writing to seniors. Her novel To Die in Spring was shortlisted for the 2000 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel.

Book Details

PDF
February 2000
4.25x7 in
320 pp
9780888822161
ePub
February 2000
-
320 pp
9781554886760