GORDON AALBORG has been a journalist, broadcaster, editor and novelist in both Canada and Australia, where most of his novels are set.


Raised in Alberta, Gordon grew up listening to tales of the old West as it really was. His maternal grandfather cowboyed with the famous western artist Charles M. Russell in Montana, where THE HORSE TAMER'S CHALLENGE is set.

He was a columnist and bureau chief for The Edmonton [Alberta, Canada] Journal before moving to Australia in the ‘70s. He returned to Canada permanently in 2000.


Gordon wrote the feline survival epic CAT TRACKS as a result of his experiences in Australia, where feral cats are a serious environmental problem. He bushwalked and fished throughout the Canberra region where the book is set.

He spent more than twenty years in Tasmania, and has traveled extensively in the areas where his suspense thrillers The Specialist and Dining with Devils are set.

A keen gundog enthusiast, Gordon is a life member and foundation president of the Tasmanian Gundog Trial Association. He now lives on Vancouver Island, in Canada with his wife, fellow mystery author Denise (Deni) Dietz.

Writing as Victoria Gordon, he is generally credited with being the first long-term male Harlequin/Mills & Boon contemporary romance author. More on his alter ego's web page, which is here:       www.victoriagordonromance.com  


As Gordon Aalborg

Cat Tracks
The Specialist
Dining with Devils
The Horse Tamer’s Challenge

As Victoria Gordon

Wolf in Tiger’s Stripes
Finding Bess

Harlequin/Mills & Boon Romances

Beguiled and Bedazzled
An Irresistible Flirtation
A Magical Affair
A Taxing Affair
Love Thy Neighbour
Arafura Pirate
Forest Fever
Cyclone Season
Age of Consent
Bushranger's Mountain
Battle of Wills
Dinner At Wyatt's
Blind Man's Buff
Stag At Bay
Dream House
Always The Boss
The Everywhere Man
Wolf At The Door
The Sugar Dragon