Crime Writers of Canada have given their tips to writing a mystery in the online Ottawa Citizen
and the Books section of the Saturday newspaper, May 10, 2014. Hilary is first up to bat.
Ever wonder where Hilary writes her books? Read about it in the spring issues of Atlantic Books Today. It's on page 14 and 15 of the flipbook. There's also a review of Something Fishy on page 32.
Hilary also appears in a feature interview in the spring issue of County and Quinte Living magazine.
What's So Fishy? A feature article on Hilary's two inspiring writing locations kicks off the new year in the online magazine Downtown and Around. Read it here.
QNet News reporter, Shelby Wye, interviews Hilary about Something Fishy. Read it here.
Brett Mann features Hilary's Tweed reading event in Central Hastings News. Here's the story.
The Guardian reviews Bodies and Sole!
"Lots going on at The Shores. However the tangled web is easy to unroll. When you’ve done so, you have a well-written mystery, with some spookiness and plenty of fun. Congratulations to Hilary MacLeod." - Elizabeth Cran