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Before immigrating to Canada in the late 1970s, Marie Warder, writer of the best-seller 'The Bronze Killer' was listed by a South African Book Club as one of South Africa's top seven favourite novelists. One of the National Council of Women's 'Notable Women of Johannesburg,' Marie Warder was also one of the country's most prolific writers. Many of her novels have been used in South African schools and been chosen as Books of the Month. In 2003, she began her successful Christian series of novels, distributed through Dromedaris Books, creating characters so popular her readers called for more.
She was awarded a Medal of Honour in Canada for her groundbreaking 'The Bronze Killer', a reference work on Hemochromatosis, a disorder that affected her husband. Including in it her shorter, previously written work, 'Iron… the other side of the story!' the book became the first publication devoted entirely to the world's most common genetic disorder, and is still very much in demand after nearly 20 years. Founder and President Emerita of both the Canadian and South African Hemochromatosis Societies, as well as the founder and long-time president of the International Association, she is also the founder of Windsor House Academy, a prestigious private South African school. She now lives in Delta where she was, for many years, a lay chaplain. She has been a leader of Healing Missions to South Africa'. to the Diamond Fields and elsewhere. A Member of the International Order of St. Luke the Physician, she has been a contributor to the OSL newsletter, as well as her local Parish Magazine. At her church, she is a lay administrator, a member of the Prayer Team, and involved in 'Inner Healing Prayer Ministry.
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- Wikipedia contributors. "Marie Warder." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 9 Oct. 2010. Web. 11 Oct. 2010.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_Warder>
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