Tag: Giles Blunt

  • Toronto’s – Noir at the Bar

    I went I read   The morning of this event I was a bag of raw nerves. I’d spoken publicly before but it was generally for business. I may have owned the project but everything else was owned by the company I worked for. This time it all belonged to me. How would it be Read more

  • Noir at the Bar: Toronto

    Noir at the Bar: Toronto

         June 2nd ⇒ in the 6ix  Knees knocking – Clock tick-tocking  

  • Come home to Giles Blunt

    Come home to Giles Blunt

    Extraordinary   Years ago like many, I read mainly U.S. crime fiction authors because they got all the press. It was while wandering through a bookstore one afternoon that I found Giles Blunt and in many ways, I came home. The Detective John Cardinal series brings you into the world of ‘Algonquin Bay’ (a stand-in Read more

  • The art of reading

    While there is no mistaking my preference of genre I like to keep this inclination fresh by changing the county of origin of the author.  Makes no difference you say? Then perhaps you have not moved out of your reader comfort zone and have unknowingly stuck to the top 10 list of authors for country Read more