The Author

Sukh D. H. Khokhar

SUKH D. H. KHOKHAR is a Canadian mystery writer, poet, multi-media mural artist, illustrator, and educator based in Calgary, Alberta. She pioneered the race relations movement in northern Manitoba in 1990, and promoted it to the national level, raising awareness of the minority issues, and human rights by delivering successful interactive workshops to schools, businesses and community groups and coordinating multicultural radio programs for twenty-four years (1985-2008).

A recipient of the Governor General's Commemorative Medal, she worked with RCMP Commissioner Norman Inkster and Phil Murray to diversify the national force; documenting the historical policy initiatives in the book, The Changing Face of the RCMP

Winner of numerous awards including, the City of Thompson Race Relations Merit Award, Outstanding Community Service Award, Best Portrait and Sketch Artist Award, Promoting Multiculturalism Award and author/compiler of a series of multicultural education resource books.

The paperback edition of her critically acclaimed debut novel, The Mystery of the Rose: The Return of the Prince was longlisted for the 2013 Crossword Book Award. It is a historical saga of the rebirth of India through the eyes of a British woman, at the turn of the 19th century. The e-book version of the novel was published in 2013, with 15 illustrations in full color.

Her mystical adventure in poetry e-book, Dark Mystery: I’m a Demon. I’m a Ghost was published in Kindle and Kobo editions in March 2013, with 30 illustrations in full color. It is a story of the revelations of a ghost trapped in time. The novel and the two e-books are available on, at Chapters-Indigo and at many on-site retail stores and online sites in Asia, Europe and North America. Her mystical artwork, recent books can be seen on her website: