Missing From The Village: The Story of Serial Killer Bruce McArthur, the Search for Justice, and the System that Failed Toronto’s Queer Community

In his book MISSING FROM THE VILLAGE, author Justin Ling explores the deaths in Toronto’s queer community of eight men by the hands of convicted serial killer Bruce McArthur.  Ling had spent years researching several unexplained disappearances in the Village believing there to be a serial killer on the loose.  Over time, he would occasionally…

Never Far Away

Following a brutal murder, former pilot Leah Trenton agreed to testify against her boss.  With her life in danger, Leah Trenton would fake her own death and enter into witness protection.  In doing so, she had to leave behind a husband and two small children as she relocated to a secluded home deep in the…

The Only Good Indians

Ten years ago, a group of five Native American men went hunting on grounds reserved for Elders.  During the hunt tragedy struck and now, all these years later, they’re about to pay for their misdeeds. The Only Good Indians is the second book I’ve picked up by acclaimed author Stephen Graham Jones and just so…

Trail of the Spellmans

The Spellmans are back!  Again!  In the fifth installment of Lisa Lutz’ acclaimed series following a family of detectives, there is no shortage of suspicions and backstabbery (I don’t think this is a word, but I’m going to use it anyway).  This go-around, we have family members that are no longer on speaking terms and…

The Spellmans Strike Again

Following the conclusion of Revenge of The Spellmans, Izzy is on track to take over the family business but it won’t be an easy transition.  While change is on the horizon, the family is more the same than ever.  The “parental unit” is acting predictably strange in kicking everyone out of the home on Wednesdays.…

Beauties

In BEAUTIES, author and sportscaster James Duthie sits down with (well, in the era of COVID, takes phone calls from) a wide variety of folks asking of them just one thing, “tell me a great hockey story”.  A fairly simple request that leads to some truly excellent stories, but to label the whole book as…