Heather McBriarty is a Medical Radiation Technologist, lecturer and author from Saint John, NB. With more than 30 years experience in diagnostic imaging, specializing in the fields of Urological imaging and Mammography, she has been involved in international research projects with the American Cancer Society and Pacific Northwest Cancer Foundation, as well as on-going local research into prostate cancer screening and the use of doppler ultrasound in Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy. Heather has delivered series of educational seminars to the public, presented to the Urology Nurses of Canada, and co-authored a study for the Canadian Urological Association. A lifelong love of history and a chance find turned her attention toward Canada’s role in the First World War. Her first book, a non-fiction look at the First World War titled “Somewhere in Flanders” was published in November 2019. She is currently working on a novel of the Great War.