Recent Articles, columns & REviews:
- October 2019
- Sep 23, 2019 Master of Schlock and Awe: A review of Robert Wilson's Barnum – Chicago Review of Books
- Sep 23, 2019 'One of the Most Fantastical Missions in Military History' was Doomed from the Start: A review of Christopher Klein’s When the Irish Invaded Canada – The Irish Times
- Sep 23, 2019 Revisiting the Crime of the Century: A Q&A with Nina Barrett, author of The Leopold and Loeb Files – Chicago Review of Books
- Sep 23, 2019 Book Review: David Grann’s Killers of the Flower Moon is a Gripping Tale, Masterfully Told – The Globe and Mail
- Sep 23, 2019 A century later, why do people continue to fall for Ponzi schemes? – The Globe and Mail
The larger-than-life exploits and make-believe world of 1920s Chicago con man Leo Koretz – and his escape to a new life in Canada.
This is the story of one of the great crimes of history, a brutal act of ethnic cleansing committed two and a half centuries ago.
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Justice, as the old saying goes, must be seen to be done. Sometimes justice must be seen to be believed. That’s the case in Bluenose Justice.
Meet Samuel Herbert Dougal, a lady-killer if there ever was one. Say hello to Henry More Smith, an escape artist who could upstage Harry Houdini.
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This guide to the legal and ethical restrictions facing the Canadian media, a staple of newsrooms and journalism programs across the country, is now available in an updated third edition.
This comprehensive guide to investigative techniques provides journalism students and working journalists with practical advice for finding information on and off the public record (co-author).