The Book Club

Helen C. Escott reads excerpts from her bestselling crime thriller novels and chats about writing in general with her readers.

Menopause, the lighter side.

On CBC Cross Talk, myself and host, Ramona Dearing are talking about a subject that can be taboo for some people. And that is menopause.

 

It can be a difficult time, no question.

 

But in this show we're hoping to poke some fun at the indignities that can come with menopause.

 

Writer Helen Escott is standing by to share some stories.

Listen to the show on CBC Cross Talk by clicking here

Operation Wormwood: The Reckoning, book launch

Official book launch for Operation Wormwood: The Reckoning by Helen C. Escott, held Friday, September 18, 2020 in St. John's.

 

Sgt. Nicholas Myra is back with a vengeance, and he is out for blood. Years of investigating horrific crimes have become too much, and Myra’s PTSD is intense and out of control. He can’t unsee the images that race through his dreams. Now as he investigates the biggest case of his career, he is in a constant state of fight-or-flight.

See the whole event here

The Write Project Podcast - Helen Escott, author of Operation: Wormwood

Helen Escott talks about her new supernatural thriller novel, Operation: Wormwood, about a mysterious plague that begins to target the abusers of children.

 

Helen C. Escott is the author of the widely read blog - turned book I am Funny Like That, a hysterical look at life. In her new novel, Operation Wormwood, she taps into her darker side and takes readers on a thrill ride through the historic city of St. John’s, NL. Original

 

Airdate: May 21, 2018 Write Project: Season 2, Episode 3

Listen to The Write Project Podcast here

The Write Project Podcast - Helen Escott, Author, Part Two

elen Escott talks about her new supernatural thriller novel, Operation: Wormwood, about a mysterious plague that begins to target the abusers of children. Helen C. Escott is the author of the widely read blog - turned book I am Funny Like That, a hysterical look at life. In her new novel, Operation Wormwood, she taps into her darker side and takes readers on a thrill ride through the historic city of St. John’s, NL. Original Airdate: May 28, 2018

 

Write Project: Season 2, Episode 4

Listen to the podcast here

Let's Get Writing with Helen C Escott

Kathryn speaks with Helen Escott about her second career as an author.

 

She shares insights into why she writes and her typical day.

 

Her passion for crime writing is an honest by-product of her long career as a civilian member of the RCMP but it all started because she has a delightful sense of humour.

Listen to the podcast here

Reading With Cats by Helen C. Escott - Operation Wormwood

What if there was a disease that only killed pedophiles? Operation Wormwood (Flanker Press) is an investigation into this dark world and why evil against the most vulnerable goes unpunished by a loving, all powerful God. Operation Wormwood, a finalist in the 2019 Arthur Ellis Awards for Best First Crime Novel, is not a crime novel with the usual suspects.

To listen to Helen C. Escott read the first chapter click here

Helen C. Escott reads from Operation Vanished

In the 1950s, three young women were murdered.

 

Their killer never caught. Operation Vanished is a mind-bending sophisticated psychological crime thriller that will keep you guessing who the real killer is. Helen C. Escott weaves mythology and history into a novel that is anything but predictable.

 

When you least expect it, a ghost from the past returns. 

To listen to Helen C. Escott read the first chapter click here

Blue Line, The Podcast

We are celebrating women in law enforcement this fall!

Each month, Blue Line, The Podcast is profiling some of the many passionate officers and civilian employees in law enforcement agencies who strive every day to make a difference.

In this episode of Blue Line, The Podcast, we catch Helen C. Escott from her home in St. John’s, N.L. Helen created the RCMP’s Media Relations/Communications Unit in Newfoundland and Labrador in 1998. She became the first female senior communications strategist and media relations spokesperson for the RCMP in that province.

She was the communications lead on high-profile events, including the RCMP’s Newfoundland and Labrador response on 9/11. Listen in here

Historic Crime Club

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2020 AT 7 PM 

Hosted by A. C. Hunter Public LibraryMarjorie Mews Public Library and Michael Donovan Public Library

Join us and acclaimed author Helen C. Escott as we look over the 1754 case of William Keen. Mr. Keen was murdered during a robbery and 8 people were convicted and of those 4 were executed for the crime.
Please email reference@nlpl.ca to register.

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Havin' A Gab, Episode 5

Havin a Gab episode 5 is here! This week we talk to Helen C. Escott about her upcoming book, Operation Wormwood!

Listen to the podcast here

Trad Cab with Chris Andrews and Helen Escott

Get in the Trad Cab with Shanneyganock's Chris Andrews! Comment below if you'd like to try! Or if you'd like to 'volunteer' a friend!

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Misguided Messages

Helen reads an excerpt from her book, 'I am Funny Like That'. 

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