Dwayne Clayden combines his knowledge and experience as a police officer and paramedic to write crime thrillers. The Brad Coulter series is loved by many and a Calgary Bestseller. His first novel, Crisis Point, was a finalist for the 2015 Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Award. Following were Outlaw MC, Wolfman is Back, and 13 Days of Terror released Nov 10, 2020. #5 Goddess of Justice is set to release in March 2021. Dwayne released a new series Sept 2020 starting with Speargrass. His short story, Hell Hath No Fury, was published in AB Negative, an anthology of short stories from Alberta Crime Writers. Dwayne’s vast experience in emergency services spans over 40 years, and includes work as a police officer, paramedic, tactical paramedic, firefighter, emergency medical services (EMS) chief, educator, and academic chair. He is a popular speaker at conferences and to writing groups presenting on realistic police, medical and paramedic procedures. The co-author of four paramedic textbooks, he has spoken internationally at EMS conferences for the past three decades. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Crime Writers of Canada and the Alexandra Writers’ Centre Society. Dwayne is also the host of the Monthly Calgary Crime Writer's meetings.