Killing Imaginary Friends

An Oliver Frampton Mystery



The cover of Killing Imaginary Friends, And hand that has leaned in blood. Text: Pre-order your copy now. In the palm 'available in Amazon' .

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Launch of Killing Imaginary Friends

30 January 2024     Killing Imaginary Friends, the first in the Oliver Frampton Mystery Series,  launched in the Garden of Dreams in Ajijic, Jalisco with Erik D’Souza joining me again as moderator.

It was my extreme pleasure to have two guest authors reading at the launch of Killing Imaginary Friends. Joanna Vander Vlugt read an excerpt from her latest novel, Spy Girls, and Hyacinthe Miller read from Kenora Reinvented.

Ardelle Holden

SAM Magazine Podcast by Joanna Vander Vlugt


Saturday, January 27, 2024

Thank you Joanna Vander Vlugt for presenting the first chapter of Killing Imaginary Friends on your SAM Magazine podcast.

Zoo-notable Podcast by PJ Beaven

Saturday, January 27, 2024

Thank you PJ Beaven for having me as a guest on your Zoo-notable Podcast. Your interview explored the coming-of-age angst and interpersonal relationships of Olly Frampton in Killing Imaginary Friends.

Crime Writers of Canada – Podcast

The Launch of Killing Imaginary Friends

Saturday, January 30, 2024

It was my pleasure to be interviewed by Erik D’Souza after the launch of Killing Imaginary Friends for Crime Writers of Canada.


Discover the Samantha Bowers Mysteries Trilogy

Follow the life of Samantha Bowers, throughout her tumultuous twenties—a decade cluttered with murders. How can a reluctant amateur sleuth save herself, the man she loves, and a perfect stranger?

I’m excited to share updates on my current writing project, the lives of my characters, and lost scenes or chapters. Squirrel! My life adventures in genealogy, quilting, photography, music and art do tend to distract me. But if you find that a snore, then how about hunting, mining exploration, aviation, wild rice and bush life in the Canadian North? I hope you will find some of these subjects of interest while you patiently await Book Two in the Oliver Frampton Mystery Series. I’m on it.