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The Drawing Lesson: The First in the Trilogy of Remembrance by Mary E. Martin

A Trial of One: the Third in the Osgoode Trilogy by Mary E. Martin

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About meMary E. Martin grew up in Toronto, Canada and lives there presently. After earning an Honors Degree in History at the University of Toronto, she graduated with her law degree from Queens University, Kingston, Ontario. In 1973, she was called to the Bar of Ontario and began the general practice of law in Toronto, with emphasis on real estate, wills and estates and elder-care law.

This law practice of more than thirty years was a great inspiration for The Osgoode Trilogy [Conduct in Question, Final Paradox and A Trial of One.]

Her fourth novel, “The Drawing Lesson,” will be the first in the next trilogy, provisionally entitled “The Trilogy of Rmembrance.” She is also a photographer particularly with respect to her travels. She has had two commercial photography shows. Married in 1973, she and her husband live in Toronto. They have three adult children.



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