My story, The Ultimate Mystery, is a finalist for the 2015 Derringer Award for best short crime fiction in the long short story category. It was published in the anthology, World Enough and Crime by Carrick Publishing, November, 2014.
Norma De Haarte
Norma De Haarte was born in Georgetown, Guyana, July 28, 1933. She graduated from Guyana's Teachers' College in 1966 and attended Brandon University in Manitoba, graduating in 1977 with a Bachelor's degree in teaching. She returned to Guyana and worked with the Ministry of Education as a guidance officer. In 1982, she returned to Canada. She is a teacher with the Etobicoke Board and is the mother of five, grandmother of eight.