Bush Alaska Murder Mystery Finalist for Crime Fiction Award

Sundown on Top of the World has been selected as one of three finalists for the Whistler Independent Book Awards in the Crime Fiction category. Set in bush Alaska, it is the most recent novel in a mystery series featuring a former RCMP homicide investigator who drives an eighteen wheeler. The title is taken from the Top of the World highway that runs between Dawson City, Yukon and the town of Tok in eastern Alaska. - July 28, 2016

"Ice on the Grapevine" a Finalist in the Mystery Category of the Global eBook Awards

"Ice on the Grapevine," the second novel in the Hunter Rayne highway mystery series by R.E. Donald, has been short listed for a Global eBook Award. Independent Canadian publisher, Proud Horse Publishing of Vancouver, BC, released "Slow Curve on the Coquihalla" and "Ice on the Grapevine" as digital editions in the fall of 2011. Both will be available in print editions by August 2012. - July 07, 2012

Mysteries on North America's Highways

Mysteries on North America's highways are the focus of a new series of books by author R.E. Donald. Proud Horse Publishing has released two ebooks in a series featuring long haul truck driver J. Hunter Rayne, a former Royal Canadian Mounted Police homicide detective who continues to get involved in murder investigations. With digital publishing, Donald intends to reach readers who enjoy realistic characters, no gratuitous violence, complex plots with multiple suspects, and a surprise ending. - March 07, 2012

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