Nadine Doolittle was born in 1960 in Comox, British Columbia, the third daughter of an RCAF mechanic and his Scottish wife. A graduate of Vancouver’s prestigious Studio 58 Theatre Program, her career detoured from acting to casting for film and television with Toronto’s Alliance Films, and finally writing for the weekly newspaper, The Low Down to Hull and Back News, covering West Quebec.rnrnHer debut novel, Iced Under was shortlisted for Canada’s Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel in 2009. The second book in the series, The Grey Lady, was published electronically by Toronto’s McArthur and Company in 2012. Her third psychological mystery, The River Bride was published in 2014 by the author.rnrnNadine has two grown children, two stepdaughters, a cat and three grandsons. She lives with her partner Tim in a beautiful house on 22 forested acres overlooking the Gatineau Hills where she writes full time.