Linda Cahill

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Hi, my name is Linda Cahill. Welcome to my website. I like to


write moody stories about crime and the redemptive 


power of love. My latest story The Ghost of New Year's Eve 


just went live on Kings River Life! Right now it's free and I'm 


happy to share it with readers. Here is the link:


http://kingsriverlife.com/12/28/the-ghost-of-new-years-eve-a-mystery-short-story/



In June 2016 I had a new suspense story Escape from the 


Beach in Villainous Vacations an anthology of holiday stories 


with a murderous twist. Here is a link to my blog: 


https://lindamacdonaldcahill.wordpress.com where I posted 


on Villainous Vacations on May 29, 2016.



“Villainous Vacations is that rare beach read, one that makes 


you laugh and shiver almost at the same time. From lonely


werewolves finding love to high school hellions wreaking 


havoc on each other and elements of time travel, there is 


something for everyone in this riveting collection.”


Villainous Vacations is available at Sleuth of Baker Street.ca 


in Toronto and on:

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Previously, I was very pleased to be selected for The Whole 


She-Bang 2, a Toronto Sisters in Crime anthology that 


received excellent reviews including from Jack Batten in The 


Toronto Star December 28, 2014 and Margaret Cannon in The 


Globe and Mail, December 20, 2014. My story Special 


Delivery is a chilly tale about a kid delivering 


newspapers in a pre-dawn snowstorm discovering light where 


it was least expected.

The two stories in Nefarious North an international anthology 


of short fiction published in September 2013, are a stylistic 


departure from the terse and gritty style I like to use in my 


novels. "The Three Graces" looks at the unresolved issues 


affecting characters toward the end of their lives while The 


Watcher has an underlying supernatural theme. Check us out 


on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/NefariousNorth/