Wednesday’s Word: C. A. MacKenzie Presents “Wolves Don’t Knock”

Introducing Nova Scotia author C. A. MacKenzie. Cathy enjoys writing poems, short stories and essays, many of which appear online and in various print anthologies and other publications. Her first novel, Wolves Don’t Knock, was published July 2018. In this interview, she shares a little about it.

1) What is the title of your recent book? Is it a series, what genre is it and is it suitable for all ages?

My recent novel is Wolves Don’t Knock. It’s evolved into a series, with the next two titled Mister Wolfe and My Brother, The Wolf. Mister Wolfe will be published within the next several weeks, with the last to be released in 2021.

Wolves Don’t Knock is a psychological drama. My granddaughter (12 at the time) read the book, but I’m not sure she understood everything that went on! I’d recommend 16+.

2) In a few sentences, tell us a little about the book. Give us a glimpse of the plot without giving away any spoilers.

Miranda is a sixteen-year-old, who had just given birth to a baby boy. She leaves the hospital to go for a walk and is kidnapped. She’s held for six years. The book is mainly about her readjustment to life with her mother and her son after being in captivity. The kidnapper, though, is not far away.

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