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Carolyn Dale is a retired veterinarian and flight instructor. She has written 10 mystery novels, one autobiographical book and numerous articles and short stories. Her short story written under the pen name Anne Barton, won the Bloody Words contest in 2001 and is published in Bloody Words, The Anthology.

Born in Drumheller, Alberta, she grew up in Northern Idaho, returned to Canada, and now lives in the beautiful Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, where she is involved with Habitat for Humanity and her Anglican Church work. She enjoys horseback riding, camping and curling, as well as classical music and Shakespeare plays.