Rosemary Aubert is the author of sixteen books, among them the
acclaimed Ellis Portal mystery series and her latest romantic thriller
Terminal Grill. Rosemary is a two-time winner of the Arthur Ellis Award
for crime fiction, winning in both the novel and short-story categories.
She appears in the recently-published popular short story collection
Thirteen. She's a popular teacher and speaker. Rosemary is a member
of the Crime Writers of Canada and the Mystery Writers of America.
She conducts a much-in-demand writer's retreat at Loyalist College in
Belleville, Ontario each summer, as well as mentoring writing students
who are studying at the School of Continuing Studies at the University
of Toronto. As a hobby, Rosemary studies math and science and has
recently completed her second stint attending lectures at the
International Summer School at Cambridge University in England. She
intends to use some of this math knowledge in future works. Rosemary
is an active member of the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto where she
promotes Canadian writing and encourages other writers like herself.
Author photograph - Doug Purdon