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Norah McClintock

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Alma mater  McGill University
Education  McGill University
Role  Writer
Name  Norah McClintock
Genre  Young-adult fiction

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Awards  Arthur Ellis Awards for Best Juvenile Crime Book
Nominations  Anthony Award for Best Young Adult Mystery
Books  Dooley Takes the Fall, From the Dead, Body in the Basement, Break and Enter, Password: Murder

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Norah McClintock (March 11, 1952 – February 6, 2017) was a Canadian writer of young adult fiction.

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Born and raised in Pointe-Claire, Montreal, Quebec, McClintock received a degree in history from McGill University. She later lived in Toronto. She was a member of the Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators, and Performers and Crime Writers of Canada.

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McClintock lived with her husband, Herman Rosenfeld and leaves two daughters, a son-in-law and a grandson.

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The Mike & Riel series

  • 2003 — Hit and Run
  • 2004 — Truth and Lies
  • 2004 — Dead and Gone
  • 2006 — Seeing and Believing
  • 2008 — Dead Silence
  • The Robyn Hunter series

  • 2006 — Last Chance
  • 2006 — You can Run
  • 2007 — Nothing to Lose
  • 2007 — Out of the Cold
  • 2008 — Shadow of Doubt
  • 2009 — Nowhere to Turn
  • 2009 — Change of Heart
  • 2010 — In Too Deep
  • 2010 — Something to Prove
  • The Chloe & Levesque series

  • 2000 — Over the Edge
  • 2001 — Scared to Death — winner of the 2002 Arthur Ellis Award for "Best Juvenile Crime Book"
  • 2002 — Break and Enter — winner of the 2003 Arthur Ellis Award for "Best Juvenile Crime Book"
  • 2003 — No Escape
  • 2005 — Double Cross
  • 2005 — Not a Trace
  • 2005 — The Third Degree
  • Ryan Dooley Series

  • 2007 — Dooley Takes The Fall - White Pine nominee, 2009 Spinetingler Magazine Award Nominee, 2009 Canadian Children's Book Centre Our Choice, 2009
  • 2009 — Homicide Related: A Ryan Dooley Mystery
  • October 2010 — Victim's Rights: A Ryan Dooley series
  • Orca Book Publishers

  • 2005 — Snitch
  • 2006 — Tell
  • 2007 — Bang
  • 2007 — Down
  • 2008 — Watch Me
  • 2009 — Back
  • 2009 — Taken
  • 2009 — Picture This
  • 2010 — Marked
  • 2010 — Masked
  • 2012 — One Way
  • Other works

  • 1989 — Sixty-Four Sixty-Five
  • 1989 — Shakespeare and Legs
  • 1991 — The Stepfather Game
  • 1993 — Jack's Back
  • 1995 — Mistaken Identity — winner of the 1996 Arthur Ellis Award for "Best Juvenile Crime Book"
  • 1997 — The Body in the Basement — winner of the 1998 Arthur Ellis Award for "Best Juvenile Crime Book"
  • 1998 — Sins of the father — winner of the 1999 Arthur Ellis Award for "Best Juvenile Crime Book"
  • 1999 — Password: Murder
  • 2004 — A Lot to Lose
  • 2011 - She Said/She Saw
  • References

    Norah McClintock Wikipedia