Thursday, October 30 2014
The second half of the19th century saw the murder rate drop precisely when "the activity of enjoying a murder became increasingly acceptable."
Monday, August 1 2011
William Palmer's taste for better living through chemistry began while he was in medical school as a simple way to erase gambling debts.
Monday, May 30 2011
Alone in the Classroom is a stirring, majestic tale that is ultimately about small towns in Canada and the many layered secrets that they harbour.
Monday, July 19 2010
Take a tour of Storyville where Jazz began and murder prevails, bringing in the likes of David Fulmer's hero who is as good at solving crime as he's crippled by his love of an irresistible whore.
Sunday, May 23 2010
To have locked Peter Hodgkins up -- he was caught time after time exposing himself, lunging at women, creeping around -- would’ve been to lock up the unique wild spirit of Dogtown.
Tuesday, July 31 2007
What makes Pogash's book so powerful is that it evokes the universal bafflement we feel over the tortured relationships some other people endure.