"McIsaac has an undeniable talent for immersing the reader in the plight of the Irish in the 1920s, at the height of the Irish Civil War. Comparisons to Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series are inevitable…" - Publishers Weekly on Bury the Living
BOOKS & STORIES
BURY THE LIVING
SUMMON THE QUEEN (REVOLUTIONARY #2)
A CURE FOR MADNESS
THROUGH THE DOOR (THE THIN VEIL #1)
INTO THE FIRE
(THE THIN VEIL #2)
AMONG THE UNSEEN (THE THIN VEIL #3)
BEYOND THE PALE (THE THIN VEIL PREQUEL NOVELLA)
THE THIN VEIL COLLECTION
THE GOOD PEOPLE
IN THE PRESS
McIsaac puts plenty of history and a little fantasy and romance into this entertaining time travel tale. McIsaac had an undeniable talent for immersing the reader in the plight of the Irish in the 1920's, at the height of the Irish Civil War. ... A diverting read that offers insight into one of the most fascinating times in Irish history, along with a likable, smart heroine worth rooting for.
ON BURY THE LIVING
I grew up in beautiful New Brunswick, on Canada's east coast. I was a short track speed skater for years (and still have the thighs to prove it). Once I gave up on my Olympic dreams, I earned a B.A. in Communication Studies, during which time I also cut my teeth in the communications industry as a speechwriter for the premier (ask me about the time I almost broke up Canada).
After university I spent an unforgettable summer working with refugees from Kosovo and then headed to Belfast, Northern Ireland, where I was schooled in the fine arts of drinking and swearing.
I earned a graduate degree in global studies then spent a few years in the real world as a fundraising and marketing executive with non-profit organizations in Toronto and Vancouver. That morphed into my own copywriting business (which I still run on the side).
Finally, I got around to doing the only thing I've ever really wanted to do: write novels. I currently do that in Calgary with my two feisty daughters and our cat, Chaucer.