Sharing Irish Blessings

Joanne Guidoccio


May the road rise to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back,
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
The rains fall soft upon your fields and,
Until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.


May you have:
A world of wishes at your command.
God and his angels close to hand.
Friends and family their love impart,
and Irish blessings in your heart!


May you have the hindsight to know where you’ve been
the foresight to know where you’re going
and the insight to know when you’re going too far.


May God grant you always…
A sunbeam to warm you,
A moonbeam to charm you,
A sheltering angel, so nothing can harm you.


May your troubles be less,
And your blessing be more.
And nothing but happiness,
Come through your door.


May the wings…

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Greetings Readers!

Spring is in the air so we are sprucing up the Mesdames website.  Our overhaul will be done in stages, so stay tuned!

Under Events and Workshops, you will now find the list of the program topics the Mesdames do as a group event. To see what we do as individual authors, go to Learn from the Mesdames.

Look for our new Anthology, Book and Friends pages, coming later this month. And Dead to Writes will soon have a permanent link to our page.



Lisa de Nikolits

On Wednesday, March 7th, 7:30 pmMme Lisa De Nikolits, will be moderating a panel on What’s Life Got to Do With it?  for the International Festival of Authors.

Lisa will steer the discussion on how today’s world impacts our writing. The critically acclaimed poets and novelists on the panel include Lisa herself,  Mayank Bhatt, Terri Favro, Catherine Graham, Kevin Hardcastle and Grace O’Connell.

The event takes place in the  Brigantine Room, Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto. Tickets are $10.  Free for IFOA Supporters, students & youth.

To book tickets and to learn more about the panel authors, click here.


Melodie Campbell

On Thursday, March 8th, Mme Melodie Campbell hosts an event for her new book, The B-Team, 7:00pm – 8:30pm at the  Ancaster Branch, Hamilton Public Library.

Melodie is a long-time supporter of adult literacy. Join Melodie,  the Hamilton Literacy Council, and the Hamilton Public Library for their launch of The B-Team!  Prize for best mob costume! Cannoli and cookies provided by nefarious means.

The B-Team is a spin-off comedy adventure of Melodie’s popular Goddaughter series. Del, Gina’s cousin, teams up with her elderly Aunt Kitty and scary friend, Ritz, to do  wrong for all the right reasons. And sometimes it even works!



Mme Lynne Murphy is once again leading her drop-in writing workshop for seniors at West Scarborough Neighbourhood Community Centre, 313 Pharmacy Ave., Toronto. Sign-up begins in March.

A new session starts Tuesday, April 3, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. There is no charge for the workshop but attendees must be members of the Centre’s Seniors’ Club. Phone the Centre at 416-755-9215 for further information.


Mme M. H. Callway is delighted that her short story, “The Cry”, has been sold to Mystery Weekly, a new MWA-approved publisher of short crime fiction based in Canada! Mad’s story, “The Cry”, tells the story of an elderly assassin who may  have overheard a murder in Hiroshima Peace Park – or not.


Big congratulations to Mme Sylvia Warsh! Sylvia is one of two winners in the established writers category for North York in the Ontario Book Publishers Organization writing contest.

The competition celebrates the literary community in  North York, Scarborough, East York and Etobicoke. Two established writers and two emerging writers were picked for each neighbourhood, then assigned to write a piece inspired by that area.

The prize is a cash award and publication. Literary events will be held in the spring featuring the 16 writers.



The Dead to Writes Playlist is growing. It’s now available on iTunes, Google Play and on YouTube!

Every month, Dead to Writes plans to feature the work of one of the Mesdames of Mayhem!

Authors who would like to be considered for an interview on the podcast should apply through the Dead to Writes website here.

Here’s the March line-up of crime fiction authors:

March 1: Interview with author Kevin P. Thornton and  he’ll read his story, “Writer’s Block” (World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing). “Writer’s Block” was a finalist for the Arthur Ellis Short Story Award.

March 4: Interview with author and professional editor Toni Rakestraw of Rakestraw Book Designs and short story reading of “The Melancholic Fog Harvester”by  Alex Carrick.

March 11:Interview with noir author, Rob Brunet (Stinking Rich). Donna Carrick reads the short story , “Dancing With Carole”.

March 18: Interview with author Cathy Astolfo and she will read her story,  “The Outlier”  (13 Claws, Carrick Publishing)

March 25: Interview with author and professional consultant, Karl Bimshas and reading of “There’s No Such Thing as Time”by Alex Carrick.



April will be a busy month for Canadian crime writing:

On April 1st, the Short Mystery Fiction Society releases the finalists for the 2018 Derringer awards in four categories: Flash, Short Story, Long Story and Novelette.

On Wednesday, April 18th,  Crime Writers of Canada hosts shortlist events across Canada where authors and fans learn which books, novellas and stories are up for the 2018 Arthur Ellis awards this year.

And on Thursday, April 19th, the finalists for the 2018 Bony Blithe award will be announced for light mysteries, books that make us smile.

Fingers crossed one and all!


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Mystery Mondays: Melodie Campbell on First Person


On Thursday, February 15th, Toronto Sisters in Crime hosts an authors’ reading night at  7:00 p.m. in Room 200 at the Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

Ten Sisters in Crime will read from their new or upcoming work, including Mmes M. H. Callway, Lisa De Nikolits, Marilyn Kay, Rosemary McCracken and Sylvia Warsh. The meeting is free to members of SinC and non-members are welcome for a $5 admission fee.


Mme Melodie Campbell is a guest on Kristina Stanley’s blog today and shares some great tips about writing!


I’m so pleased to host Melodie Campbell on Mystery Mondays today. Melodie was one of the first authors to connect with me when I started out. She’s generous with her advice.  She’s full of encouragement. And she’s an award winning author who also teaches writing.

Check below for Melodie’s newest release, The B-Team. So new, in fact, it just came out this week.

So over to Melodie…

First Person Rocks! Here’s what you need to know about the rules…

By Melodie Campbell

(First published on Sleuthsayers Crime Blog in the U.S., 2017)

The rules, the rules…

Always, in my Sheridan College Crafting a Novel class, beginning students are alarmed to find out there are rules to writing.

I’m not keen on rules in general. After all, I became a writer so I could thumb my nose at reality, right? Control the world of my fiction in a way I…

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February is a busy month for the Mesdames with the year’s first new book launch, lots of readings and events – and of course,  the Ontario Public Library Association’s annual superconference.



Melodie Campbell

Mme Melodie Campbell, our Queen of Comedy, launches her first new book of 2018, The B Team, this month.

They do wrong for all the right reasons…and sometimes it even works.’

Perhaps you’ve heard of The A-Team? Vietnam vets turned vigilantes? They had a television show a while back.

The B-Team’s not them.

But if you’ve been the victim of a scam, give them a call. They deal in justice, not the law.

Celebrate the launch of The B-Team with Melodie on Sunday, February 18th, 1:30 pm at our favorite bookstore, Sleuth of Baker Street.  Mel will be joined by fellow cozy authors, Alison Bruce and Ginger Bolton  AKA Janet Bolin!



On Friday, February 2nd, Mmes M. H. Callway, Melodie Campbell, Lisa De Nikolits and Caro Soles join forces at the Ontario Library Association’s annual super-conference. It’s become a tradition for the Crime Writers of Canada to pitch their new Canadian crime publications at a conference lunchtime event. A challenge to tell all about your new books in a strictly timed two minutes!


M. H. Callway

Lisa De Nikolits

Caro Soles

Caro Soles

Mme M.H. Callway will introduce 13 Claws, our third anthology, featuring crimes stories with mostly evil animals.  Toronto Public Library has already ordered our book so this is a great opportunity to tell librarians throughout the province about our work.

Mme Lisa De Nikolits will present her critically acclaimed literary thriller, No Fury Like That and  Mme Caro Soles will introduce her Golden Age thriller, A Friend of Mr. Nijinsky.   Mme Melodie will tell the crowd about her new book,  The B-Team. 









A big thank you to Mme Rosalind Place for placing 13 Claws at Picton Public Library.





Marilyn Kay

Rosemary McCracken

Rosemary McCracken

On Thursday, February 15th, Toronto Sisters in Crime hosts an authors’ reading night at  7:00 p.m. in Room 200 at the Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

Ten Sisters in Crime will read from their new or upcoming work, including Mmes M. H. Callway, Lisa De Nikolits, Marilyn Kay and Rosemary McCracken. The meeting is free to members of SinC and non-members are welcome for a $5 admission fee.

Mme Lisa De Nikolits is doing a blog tour with Partners in Crime for all of February and would love fellow crime writers and fans to drop by to say hi and to repost or anything at all :))) Here’s the link:


Melodie Campbell

Mme Melodie Campbell joins four other leading crime fiction writers on Thursday, February 22nd, 7 pm at the Queen Elizabeth Community Centre Theatre in Oakville.

The Women of Crime Panel features, in addition to Melodie, Janet BolinJoy Fielding, Barbara Fradkin and Maureen Jennings, five bestselling authors representing the many genres of crime fiction (mystery, cozy, suspense, historical, capers). The authors will discuss the industry and read from their latest books.  Cost: $15 



Be sure to check out the Dead to Writes podcast featuring a different Deadly Friend and crime short story every week.

Interested in becoming a Deadly Friend and appearing on the podcast? Email Mme Donna Carrick at The email subject line should say Schedule Me for an interview.


Mme Madona Skaff asks: Do you keep getting in trouble because of your insatiable need to make up stories? Use your talents for good instead of evil and write those stories down. Then enter them in Audrey Jessup 2018 Award short story contest. 

Open to everyone living in the National Capital Region as well as all members of Capital Crime Writers.


And a final reminder to members of the Short Mystery Fiction Society. The February 3rd deadline for submissions to the 2018 Derringers is coming up fast. You must be a member of SMFS to enter or ask a SMFS member to enter your story on their behalf. Check out the rules here.








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Mystery Mondays: Lisa de Nikolits on Chasing Her Muse


It’s always a pleasure to host Lisa de Nikolits on Mystery Mondays. Not only is she a Canadian author, her enthusiasm and happiness always comes through. She’s got a great story to share with you today.

Over to Lisa…

When the Muse Beckons, Chase Her!

by Lisa de Nikolits

My husband and I ended a rather harrowing 2017 with a lovely trip to Australia to visit my family. We finished the trip with four days in Auckland and it was all wonderful. The weather was great, it was marvellous to see my family – and I wrote thirty five thousand words of a new book!

I hadn’t planned on writing a thing. In fact, I had a few books with me; Wonder Valley by Ivy Pochon (who I had met at Bouchercon, we were fellow speed-daters), The Glass House by Louise Penny, Random by Craig Robertson (who I also met…

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Sleepless nights on the crime beat

Moving Target

Just as exploring the minds and motivations of dark characters may be disturbing for crime fiction writers, journalists covering cases of violent crime may find listening to court testimony unsettling.

Jeremy Grimaldi

The 10 months he spent covering the Jennifer Pan murder trial for and other news outlets, and the subsequent year writing A Daughter’s Deadly Deception: The Jennifer Pan Story (Dundurn Press) were intense and stressful times for Jeremy Grimaldi. “I stopped sleeping well, I stopped doing yoga. It was tough being in this young woman’s world,” Grimaldi told Sisters in Crime Toronto this week.

“But I had to write about it. It was such a crazy, powerful story, and there was no one else to write it.”

In 2015, Pan was convicted of first-degree murder for hiring hit men to kill her parents four years earlier. The attack was intended to look like a home invasion gone…

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SAFE HARBOR #4 at Imajin Books

Great news from Mme Rosemary McCracken!

Moving Target

SAFE HARBOR, the first mystery in the Pat Tierney series, ranked #4 on Imajin Books’ bestseller list in December 2017. And I came in as Imajin’s #4 bestselling author.

Not too bad at all!

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Dead to Writes – the Podcast!

0-Donna Carrick - Dead to Writes PHOTO 10 ICON CORRECTEDHi, everyone! Mme Donna Carrick here, of Carrick Publishing.

Just popping in to the Mesdames’ Website to invite you to subscribe to our brand new Podcast: Dead to Writes!

You can download our audio for free on iTunes podcasts or at Google Play. At a later date, we’ll also be loading back-episodes into YouTube, at our Carrick Publishing channel. (I’ll be sure to share the link when the YouTube stream goes live.)

Tonight, January 1, our brand new Season 1, Episode 2 titled “Snake Oil” will go live, with a fantastic interview featuring Deadly Friend and Mesdames’ founder M.H. Callway!

Our January 1 Episode 1, “Sugar ‘N’ Spice”, featured Deadly Friend Joan O’Callaghan.

Each episode throughout 2018 will include:

  • An interview with one of my favourite authors, who shall heretofore be known as Deadly Friends
  • A short story for our #ReadersOnTheRun segment, read aloud by yours truly
  • Tips for writers as offered by our featured author and/or myself
  • Terrific contest prizes! Qualify by listening to the podcast and answering questions correctly at our Dead to Writes Facebook page!
  • Fabulous original story scoring “Killer in Utopia” and theme music “Eyes of Gold” by Ted Carrick

So please, come on down and join the fun!

Subscribe to the podcast at iTunes.

Or, listen on Google Play Music!

Follow us on Twitter for all the latest PodNews:


Attention Authors!

We’re now firming up our 2018 1st Quarter schedule! If you’d like to call yourself one of our Deadly Friends, email me at CarrickPublishing @ rogers . com .

In the email Subject line, say Schedule Me for an interview.

I’d LOVE the chance to chat with you live on Dead to Writes, the Podcast!


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The Mesdames are looking forward to a busy year in 2018 with new book launches, conferences, readings and events.

Our most exciting news first: Mme Donna Carrick announces an wonderful new venture for Carrick Publishing: podcasting!

Dead to Writes is devoted to crime fiction, especially Canadian crime fiction authors. There will be author interviews, readings – whatever podcast audiences will love.

M. H. Callway

Dead to Writes has been in the prologue / testing phase and is now officially launched. Mme M. H. Callway is delighted to be among the first authors interviewed.  Details of where to hear the podcast, to sign up to subscribe and to apply to be considered for an author interview are on the Dead to Writes website here.

Donna will share more about her podcast venture – and adventures – in her upcoming blog this month.


Congratulations and Recognitions!

Mega congratulations go to Mme Sylvia Warsh for the acceptance of her chilling short story, “The Cabin in the Woods” for  Malice Domestic Anthology 13: Murder Most Geographical.  The anthology will be published in time for Malice Domestic 2018.

And kudos, too for the reprint of her Christmas crime story, “The Sun Sets in Key West” in Kings River Life Magazine. Sylvia’s  story first appeared in Blood on the Holly (Baskerville Press), edited by Mme Caro Soles.

A New Year’s treat for readers: read Sylvia’s Christmas mystery  here.

The New Year brings changes and Mme Catherine Dunphy takes on the fearless  leadership of our collective, giving Mme Mad, our founder, a much-earned break to focus on her writing and first grandchild.

Mme Mad has been in the leadership role for nearly five years since 2013!


A HUGE THANK YOU  to Mme Lynne Murphy who has been our newsletter editor, blog wizard and webmistress for the past three years. How quickly time goes, especially when things run so smoothly and well!

We are working on updating our website. Look for our new Book Page, updated bios and pics, info on our new members, links and features in the near future.




News and Events!

On Thursday 25th January, Mme Lisa De Nikolits will be at the Urban Folk Art Salon held at the Mount Pleasant Library, 599 Mt. Pleasant Road.

The Urban Folk Art Salon is a regular feature presenting poets, singers and songwriters, hosted by Gannon Hamilton.

And on Friday, January 26th, Lisa and her work will be featured on Mandy Eve Barnett’s blog. Connect here.


Calling Aspiring Novelists!

January is an excellent time to join that creative writing class you’ve always promised yourself. The Mesdames actively share their knowledge with and encourage new writers.

Melodie CampbellMme Melodie Campbell returns to Sheridan College, Continuing Education to teach Crafting a Novel 1, a 14 week course every Wednesday night beginning Jan 17th. To register go to the Sheridan College website.


Mme Rosemary McCracken also returns to George Brown College to head up Novel Writing 2,  How to Develop Your Novel, starting Tuesday, January 9th until March 27th. The pre-requisite course is Novel Writing 1, How to Start Writing Your Novel.  To register, consult the George Brown website, here. 


Reminder to Short Crime Fiction Authors!

Submissions to the 2018 Derringer Awards are now open.  The deadline has been extended to  to allow a full 30-day submission period.

No fee to submit but authors must be members of the Short Mystery Fiction Society before December 31, 2017.  Be sure to read the submission rules carefully as the Derringer organizers are very strict. Here is the link. Good luck!



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Happy New Year Readers!

2017 was another busy year for the Mesdames filled with new book launches, authors conferences, events and readings.

Our Third Anthology!

THE EVENT of 2017 was the publication and smash launch of our third anthology, 13 Claws, 17 crime stories starring (mostly) evil animals: cats, dogs, snakes, a fish, a dragon – even animal crackers.

For the first time, we held a contest for stories by authors previously unpublished in the crime fiction genre. The entries were of such high quality that a contest for new writers will be part of every Mesdames of Mayhem anthology from now on.

13 Claws received a great review from Jack Batten, the crime fiction critic for the Toronto Star, who said:

There’s enough suspense and intellectual fascination built into the plots of the majority of stories to satisfy even the most ferociously cynophobic reader.

Mmes Catherine Dunphy and M. H. Callway were delighted to receive Jack’s shout-outs for their stories.

Marian Misters, our beloved bookseller!


Rosemary Aubert and author Joe Lewis







Our launch took place on Saturday, October 28th at our favorite bookstore, Sleuth of Baker Street. Fans, friends and family crowded the store for readings and food. We especially appreciated the support of our fellow Crime Writers of Canada, Sisters in Crime and the Scarborough Scribblers.

Donna and Alex Carrick

A HUGE thank-you to Carrick Publishing,  publisher of all three Mesdames anthologies: Thirteen, 13 O’clock and 13 Claws! All books are available on Amazon and at Sleuth of Baker Street.

Readers will also find all three books in the Toronto Public Library. An author’s best friend is a librarian!








Melodie Campbell

Mme Melodie Campbell, our Queen of Comedy, released two hilarious books in 2017, both with Orca Book Publishers.

In Worst Date Ever, newly widowed Jennie kisses an awful lot of frogs when she tries dating again.


And in The Bootlegger’s Goddaugher, the residents of the Holy Cannoli Retirement Home are at it again. This time, they threaten to ruin Gina’s Christmas wedding via a stolen transport truck full of booze.

A big congrats to Melodie for the nomination of The Bootlegger’s Goddaughter for the 2018 Golden Oak Award. The prize has been created by librarians and literacy specialists to recognize books for new adult readers.


Lisa De Nikolits

Mme Lisa De Nikolits’ seventh literary thriller, No Fury Like That (Inanna Publications) re-invents purgatory as a therapy clinic. Can Lisa’s hero, Julia Redner, rethink and grow her way out of a coma and win a second chance at life?  The book has received excellent reviews and was described as “the characters from The Devil Wears Prada trapped in Sartre’s play, No Exit.”


Rosemary McCracken

Mme Rosemary McCracken and new Mme Marilyn Kay, joined the company of several prestigious, best-selling crime writers in the 2017 Bouchercon anthology, Passport to Murder (Down and Out Books). It features crime stories with a travel theme and is now available on Amazon.



Caro SolesMme Caro Soles spent 10 years researching 1916’s American social history for her latest crime novel, A Friend of Mr. Nijinsky (Crossroad Press). In the story, a restless, rich young man gets drawn into the famous dancer’s paranoid world…and of course, murder! Veteran crime fiction author, Barbara Fradkin, called it  “an enchanting story of betrayal and murder set in a swirl of debutante soirees.”


Mme Lynne Murphy, M. Ed Piwowarczyk and Mme Lisa De Nikolits all had their stories chosen to be part of Sisters in Crime Toronto’s latest anthology, The Whole She-Bang 3, now also available on Amazon and in the Toronto Public Library.


Bouchercon 2017

The grand event of the year was Bouchercon 2017, October 12 to 15th, when the world mystery conference took place in Toronto. This was a chance for Canadian crime writers to shine – and shine we did!

Mmes Jane Burfield,  M. H. Callway, Mel Campbell, Lisa De Nikolits, Marilyn Kay, Rosemary McCracken, Lynne Murphy, Madona Skaff, Caro Soles and Sylvia Warsh  moderated and/or participated on panels, helped out at the CWC and SinC booths and/or participated in several events like Author Speed Dating and the CWC Pub Quiz.  Mmes  Jane Burfield, Melodie Campbell and Catherine Dunphy worked on the organizing committee.

Sylvia Maultash Warsh

Jane Petersen Burfield

Catherine Dunphy






This Bouchercon Mmes M. H. Callway and Rosemary McCracken organized the luncheon for the Short Mystery Fiction Society. It was a great chance for Canadian short crime fiction authors to meet their American cyber friends in “reality space”. A big thanks to Shopsy’s and Quinn’s Steak House for a fabulous meal and for getting everyone back in good time for the panels.

M. H. Callway

A Noir at the Bar event in the run-up to the conference is now a tradition. Tanis Mallow and Rob Brunet organized a fabulous Noir at the Bar at the Rivoli Café. Mme M. H. Callway was honoured to be reading with literary greats, Hilary Davidson and Zoe Sharp. NoB Founder Peter Rozovsky also attended – and though he lives in Philadelphia, he’s originally Canadian!


Word on the Street

Lynne and Mad


Rosemary at CWC

Sylvia, Mad and the Vikings!

















The Mesdames were back at Word on the Street for the second time this September. We beat the 40 degree temperatures because our booth was located in the little shade available. We sold lots of books, including pre-launch copies of 13 Claws, volunteered at Sisters in Crime and CWC and had fun with the Vikings from the Royal Ontario Museum!

Bony Blithe Minicon

Cheryl Freedman

Mme Cheryl Freedman is a founder of the Bony Blithe award for light mystery fiction.  This year, in addition to the award banquet, the celebration of “mysteries that make you smile” had a full day of panel discussions, contests, mingling with the Bony Blithe finalists and general good fun. Several Mesdames attended and participated on panels.

Happy to report that the Minicon will be held again in 2018!


More Conferences!

In March, Mmes Jane Burfield and M. H. Callway attended Left Coast Crime in Honolulu. A terrific conference, especially for authors.  Jane’s panel discussed the art of short crime fiction while Mad was privileged to be on the panel about outdoor thrillers with Guest of Honour, Dana Stabenow.  Friend  and fab author, Cathy Ace hosted a Meet the Canucks event: a great hit with Canadian authors and American fans alike!


In June, Mmes M. H. Callway, Rosemary McCracken and Caro Soles together with new Mme Madona Skaff attended Limestone Genre Expo in Kingston, Ontario. They all participated on  interesting panels over the weekend and look forward to re-attending next year.


In September, Mme Melodie Campbell was a guest author at the inaugural Picton conference, Women Killing It. Judging by the local press accounts, it was a hit with readers and fans, especially “tea and murder at the  vicarage”.  Here’s hoping it returns in 2018.


Readings and Events!

This year the Mesdames gave numerous readings at libraries and book stores. We are especially grateful to the ongoing support of the Mt. Pleasant Branch of the Toronto Public Library and for the opportunity to appear at the Annette, Beaches, Coxwell and Whitby Branches amongst many others.

Hank Phillippi Ryan









Two events stand out.  Sisters in Crime Toronto celebrated their 25th anniversary and SinC USA arranged for Emmy-winner and best-selling author, Hank Ryan to visit Toronto in June.  Hank gave a rousing speech that inspired everyone to keep writing and made several friends at the wine and dessert party afterwards. Mme M. H. Callway was honoured to take care of Hank during her stay and to introduce her at the meeting!

In November, Mmes Catherine Dunphy and Lisa De Nikolits joined veteran crime writer, Peter Robinson and filmmaker, Mike Downie, the brother of the late Gord Downie, in a benefit for St. Aidan’s Church in the Beaches.


The Mesdames of Mayhem continue to grow and evolve. We are now 16 members strong! This year, we welcomed four new Mesdames: Marilyn Kay, Mary Patterson, Rosalind Place and Madona Skaff. 

Marilyn Kay

Rosalind Place

Madona Skaff

Mary Patterson




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