Historian Dr. Beverley Boissery, the author of A Deep Sense of Wrong and Uncertain Justice, is a full-time writer who lives in Crescent Beach, British Columbia. Like Beverley, Bronwyn Short was born and raised in New South Wales, Australia where she studied and taught history. She now lives in Vancouver, British Columbia where she writes and edits women's studies.
"Beverly Boissery...is both a trained historian and a novelist. In her book A Deep Sense of Wrong, she combines these skills to turn what might have been a solid but dull historical study into a fascinating story that interweaves political and legal history with a concern for the fate of individuals." -- William Christian -- University of Guelph "A Deep Sense of Wrong is an intriguing account of an obscure episode which links two of the oldest members of the Commonwealth, as well as being a tribute to the hardihood and integrity of those simple souls who survived their clash with an alien authority. No facile read, this, but well worth the effort." -- David Wadham -- Chronicle Toowoomba "Here is a terrible story well told." -- OHS Bulletin