Calgary Herald 
Susan Calder’s first job as a professional writer was penning a travel column about the Calgary Stampede for the Montreal Gazette. It was 1993 and Calder had no idea she would eventually be living in Calgary and setting her crime novels here. But the Montrealer was charmed, as perhaps only a newcomer could be, by how the 10-day fiesta of horses and cowboy culture took over every […] ▶ Full story on calgaryherald.com

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