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That he’s in any shape to recount his stories is a miracle, and avid readers are grateful— particularly once they know something of the author’s own life story. Bruen was born in Galway, Connacht, Ireland, in 1951. Somewhat withdrawn and bookish as a lad, he found comfort in conceiving wild adventure tales of faraway places. “I grew up in a house where books and reading were regarded as not only a waste of time but a waste of money,” he said in Otto Penzler’s The Lineup. He studied at St.
I have always been drawn to the development of characters,” she said in a Mystery Fanfare interview, describing her own reading and “the sense of a real and changing world that a series offers. ” Bristling at the suggestion that mysteries are by nature lesser works, she has stated firmly that writers of mysteries more than hold their own in the world of literature. Critics have agreed. ” The author does her own research, often gleaning factual information through Internet sources but relying on personal observation to shape and examine her characters.
Bowen taught extension courses in several places in Saskatchewan and for 10 years taught at the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College. She was an instructor from 1976 to 1979 at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon and from 1979 to 1985 at the Gabriel Dumont Institute in Regina. She was also a lecturer at the University of Regina, 1979 to 1985, then, tenured in 1986, she became assistant professor of English until 1997, when she became an associate professor of English and department head.