About R.E. Donald

R.E. Donald is the author of the Hunter Rayne highway mystery series. Ruth
worked in the transportation industry in various capacities from 1972 until
2001, and draws on her own experiences, as well as those of her late husband,
Jim Donald, in creating the characters and situations in her novels.

Ruth attended the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C., where
she studied languages (Russian, French and German) and creative writing to
obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree.

She currently lives on a ranch in Lone Butte, B.C., where she and her
partner, Gilbert Roy, enjoy their Canadian Horses (Le Cheval Canadien) and other
animals.

6 Responses to About R.E. Donald

  1. lauriehanan says:

    I’m lining up author interviews for February for my series called Mondays Are Murder. Would you be interested in participating?

    • R.E. Donald says:

      Love to! I’ll be in touch later via your website. BTW I love Hawaii & look forward to reading your novel. I have spent many happy vacations over the past 30 years at the Ilikai condos.

  2. Jackie Greenbank says:

    Ruth — I am so glad you are following your passion — it is very important to do this and not let life pass us by. You have a special gift and it is to be treasured — Congratulations!!

    Wishing you much pleasure and satisfaction in you new “full time” career!

    Jackie

  3. As a professional driver, I find good reading a must while out there, so I was elated to find your book, Ice on the Grapevine. I so enjoyed it and even wrote a review for it. I hope the review does the work justice.
    http://voices.yahoo.com/ice-grapevine-re-donald-novel-review-12212676.html

    Thanks again

    • R.E. Donald says:

      Thank you very much! Judging by your review, you’re no slouch as a writer, either. I hope you don’t mind if I post a link to your review. (Let me know if you do.) Best of luck with your own writing.

  4. Don Gerylo says:

    Recently downloaded to my e-book “Slow Curve on the Coquihalla” from Amazon while vacationing in Arizona. As a resident of Edmonton who is quite familiar with Western Canada, I was pleased to see a tale which covers this area. Having visited the region from Kamloops to Hope and Merritt to Kelowna, this story is almost about my back yard. Furthermore, you have created here a real page turner.

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