Toronto is located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario and has a population of 2,503,281 (or about 3,113,149 U.S.). Comprised of wetlands, concrete parts, and futon stores, the city is home to some of Canada’s most notorious criminals.
A multicultural nexus, Toronto’s Indian, Portuguese, African, Italian, and Chinese neighborhoods are backdrops for Toronto Noir’s corrosive exposes. In tales of stressed Beaches yuppies, jazz musicians stuck in the limbic Humber Loop, and high-rollers committing lurid acts in Rosedale mansions, sixteen of the city’s best literary and crime fiction writers lay bare the scars of a city that loves to hate itself.
Peter has a story in this collection that features more than a dozen authors writing about the town Peter calls home. Find out more about the book here.
Peter also has two readings/signings scheduled for this book:
Wednesday, May 7 – 6pm-8pm
Ben McNally’s Books,
366 Bay Street, Toronto, ON.
Reading/signing for Toronto Noir.
Friday, June 6 – Time TBA
World’s Biggest Bookstore
20 Edward Street, Toronto, ON.
Reading with Andrew Pyper for Toronto Noir.