Meet Tara Moss

august 31, 2023

Live Event

 Tara Moss at Bouchercon 2023


Tara is attending Bouchercon 2023 in San Diego. 

Catch her at the conference, and the Historical Hard Times panel – a live and in-person panel with fellow historical authors Jacqueline Winspear, Iona Whishaw, Erica Ruth Neubauer and Noel Hynd. @ericaruthneubauer_author, and Noel Hynd.

WHEN: Thursday, 3:15pm – 4:05pm

WHERE: Bouchercon, San Diego.

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april 19, 2023

Live Event

Iona Whishaw in conversation with Tara Moss

Celebrate the 10th instalment in Iona Whishaw’s Lane Wislow Mystery series!

With events spanning both world wars, To Track a Traitor is a transatlantic tale of sibling rivalry, infidelity, and espionage.

WHEN: Thursday, April 27th at 7PM. Doors open at 6:30PM.

WHERE: In-store at Munro’s Books, 1108 Government St.

WHAT: Iona Whishaw will be discussing her newest addition to her bestselling Canadian mystery series with Tara Moss.

HOW: This event is free to attend. Please note that our seated capacity is limited and will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.

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SEPTEMBER 23, 2022

Live In-Person Event


Capital City Comic Con, Victoria BC      

Every Body Shines & Friends: Representation Matters with Rebecca Sky and Cassandra Newbould, Tara Moss, and Tash McAdam

Friday / 6:30PM / Oak Bay Room 1

Join editor Cass Newbould and contributors Nafiza Azad and Rebecca Sky, from the Every Body Shines: Sixteen Stories about Living Fabulously Fat anthology and their special guests, award-winning authors, Tara Moss, and Tash McAdam to discuss the underrepresentation of fat bodies, trans bodies, and disabled bodies in media. How we as readers/writers/watchers/people in places of power can be allies and influence the conversations away from stigmas and into positive representation in media and beyond.

SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

Live In-Person Event

10:00AM Pacific Time US/Canada        

Some authors write it all out in advance. Some fly by the seat of their pants. Meet four accomplished mystery and crime writers (two plotters and two pantsers) as they share their plotting strategies on the panel ‘How we do it: Plotting or Pantsing?’

Type: Fiction · Panel

Location: Segal Centre Room B

Host: Iona Whishaw

Authors: Tara Moss, The Ghosts of Paris, (HarperCollins) | Jeremy Siemens, To Those Who Killed Me (NeWest Press) | Liz Ireland, Mrs. Claus and the Evil Elves (Kensington Press)

Venue:  Live in Vancouver.


515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 5K3