Greenaway brings a keen understanding of love, loyalty, frailty, and greed to her multilayered series debut.
A series to watch.
Greenaway is at her finest when she takes us up into the cold, forbidding wilderness, where few comforts serve to ease the mind or body.
Globe and Mail
When both constables get involved in a pair of hugely intricate murder cases, one of them of the serial variety, each reveals investigative strengths that give an already strong narrative an extra edge, all of which promises more good things ahead for Greenaway’s RCMP series.
R.M. Greenaway’s dark and haunting BC Blues series introduces a cast of finely rendered, flawed and unforgettable characters. In Cold Girl, Greenaway is unflinching as she stitches together mundane evil, everyday ignorance and quiet kindnesses. The result is a mystery that is both a gripping depiction of police procedure and a deep reflection of human nature.
Deryn Collier, author of Open Secret
Greenaway’s greatest strength in Cold Girl lies with her writing, in particular how she is able to describe the setting.
Words of Mystery
The strong sense of place turns the setting into another character.
The Book Trail
Both he [Dion] and Greenaway have made impressive debuts...headed toward genuine crime-fiction acclaim.
London Free Press