Victoria author Grant McKenzie’s Speak The Dead named one of Strand Magazine’s best books of the year

McKenzie has three novels being released from Polis Books of New York in 2016

The renowned Strand Magazine names SPEAK THE DEAD by Victoria author Grant McKenzie one of its best books of the year!

Famous crime writers such as Harlan Coben, Tess Gerritsen, Linwood Barclay, Nelson DeMille, Jeffrey Deaver and Paula Hawkins are used to seeing their names in Best Of lists at year end, but this year renowned Strand Magazine has added Victoria author Grant McKenzie to the list.

McKenzie’s latest novel, Speak The Dead,  was named one of Strand Magazine’s best books of the year in its annual list.

Not one to rest on his laurels, McKenzie has three novels being released from Polis Books of New York in 2016. The Fear In Her Eyes will be in stores in April, followed by K.A.R.M.A. in July, and the new novel he is currently finishing is to be released in hardcover in September.

Along with writing best-selling novels, McKenzie is also communications director for Our Place, an inner-city community centre serving Greater Victoria’s most vulnerable.

 

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