Mary Howard was born in Canada. She studied creative writing at Sir Sandford Fleming College. She developed her own writing style. Mary currently resides near Cowichan Bay on Vancouver Island.

Book List in Order: 9 titles


  • Wild with guilt and anger over her failing marriage, Maggie Ryder escapes to the safety of an Illinois farmhouse during a full-blown blizzard. Maggie has been hired by the owners to do some stencil painting in the dining room. But why aren't Louise a...



  • Building a business from an idea to a successful company is not unlike raising a child to an adult. It takes time, patience, money, and lot of commitment. So how would you feel if your company was stolen from you right at the peak of its prime? As yo...



  • When Alison Parker inherits her great-aunt's estate, she gets more than she bargains for. Along with the 20-room mansion, the 40-acre citrus grove, and the antique furniture, comes the most prize possession of them all: James, the chauffeur. All Alis...



  • A small group of professionals design a research computer called "DIM." The new product sells well. Everything is going good until, one day, something unusual shows up on the company''s stock report. It appears as though someone is trying to take ove...



  • From the author of Discovering the Body (“…a book so sure-handed and graceful that you might forget it’s a murder mystery…” New York Times Book Review), comes a suspenseful story of doubt, delusion and fierce loyalty. Linda Garbo’s good f...



  • An entrepreneur decides not to take any chances with his new hi-tech company. So he hides it inside an abandoned building in a remote part of Hidden Valley. There, he secretly runs the business until, one day, it isn't a secret anymore....



  • The past has a funny way of catching up with a man. At least, that's what Captain Matthew Horn has found out. It's 1870, and for the thirty-five-year-old ex-Confederate officer, the War Between the States is a distant, but not forgotten, memory. Phan...



  • Discovering the Body is a gripping novel filled with psychological suspense, sensitivity, and emotional complexity. With this stunning debut, Mary Howard has crafted an electrifying and hauntingly evocative novel of truth and perception, of the ties...