Cold Canadian Crime takes us on a cross-country tour of murder, abduction, blackmail, and the many faces of retribution. We find ourselves dealing with family secrets and lies in present day Toronto, in a raging blizzard on a Quebec highway, pursuing a cold case with an amateur sleuth in Vancouver, and on a historic manhunt in the high Arctic in the 1930s.
In an assortment ranging from gritty noir to dark humour, with flashes of ingenuity and healthy doses of moral ambiguity, these 21 tales from Canadian crime writers are perfect for curling up with on a chilly winter night, or reading on the beach on a hot summer's day.
Editor: Taija Morgan
Forward: Linwood Barclay
Introduction: William Deverell