Terry Griggs

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Terry Griggs (born on Manitoulin Island, Ontario) is a Canadian author. Her book of short stories Quickening was a finalist at the 1991 Governor General's Awards and she won the Marian Engel Award in 2002. She presently lives in Stratford, Ontario, but has occasionally lived on Manitoulin Island since her youth. Her Cat's Eye Corner Trilogy ( Cat's Eye Corner; The Silver Door; Invisible Ink) for Young Adults were bestsellers. Her slacker-cozy involving reluctant detective Chellis Beith was published by Biblioasis in 2009, and was a Globe & Mail Best of the Year Selection. A new work for young adults, Nieve, will be published by Biblioasis in April 2010.

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