Hazel Micallef Mystery Series by Inger Ash Wolfe
Inger Ash Wolfe
Inger Ash Wolfe is the pseudonym of the author Michael Redhill. Redhill is a Canadian playwright and poet, as well as a novelist. Redhill published his plays and poetry under his own name, however the fact that he had been using Inger Ash Wolfe as a pseudonym was kept under wraps until In this year, Redhill revealed that he had published three novels as well as the plays, novels and poetry that were already publicly known to be his. Furthermore, he revealed that he had published these novels under the name Inger Ash Wolfe. This novel was published in Toronto in and it is a crime thriller. The plot is a gruesome and suspenseful one, as it traces the hunt for a serial killer who has been choosing his victims from an online forum for terminally ill patients.
He writes literary fiction under his real name, and mystery novels as Wolfe. He writes the Hazel Micallef series. Redhill was born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in Toronto, Ontario. He studied for one year at Indiana University before returning home to complete his education at York University and the University of Toronto. Michael was on the editorial board of Coach House Press from to , and is currently the publisher and editor of the Canadian literary magazine Brick. His first novel was Martin Sloane , published in
Inger Ash Wolfe is the pseudonym of the author Michael Redhill. Redhill is a Canadian playwright and poet, as well as a novelist. He was born in the US.
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Michael Redhill born 12 June is an American-born Canadian poet , playwright and novelist. Redhill was born in Baltimore , Maryland and raised in the metropolitan Toronto , Ontario area. Redhill worked on the editorial board of Coach House Press from to , and was the publisher of the Canadian literary magazine Brick from to In his novel Martin Sloane was shortlisted for the Giller Prize. His newest poetry book, Twitch Force , was published in