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by Sharon Rowse Born and raised in British Columbia and now living in Vancouver, Sharon loves history and is fascinated by the development of the West and the madness of gold rushes. She's also spent far too much time wondering what happened to those gold seekers who didn't find gold.
Fulfilling a lifelong dream, Sharon is now writing two mystery series; the historical Klondike Era series, which includes The Silk Train Murder and The Lost Mine Murders, with the Barbara O'Grady series, including Death of a Secret, Death of a Threat, Death of a Lover and A Shadowed Death.
The third book in the Klondike Era series will be out this November, 2014. Watch for the giveaway here on goodreads, or check for updates on my website at:
http://www.sharonrowse.com

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