Tag: Rob Brunet

  • 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  

  • Darkness read: Noir at the Bar Toronto

           Crime Fiction at it’s best           My second Noir at the Bar Toronto proved better than the last. The reason of course was that over the intervening months I got to meet many authors as well as to befriend some of them in Toronto and other environs.     Read more

  • Stinking Rich: Tornado in a bottle

    Delightfully outlandish and wickedly outrageous An outhouse, airplane and RV. A bright-eyed granny, stalwart ticket agent and mountain man. What have they all in common? They are all delicious side-dishes to a menu of wayward misfits, societal cast-offs and the vainly unscrupulous who appear in this debut book by Toronto author Rob Brunet. The recipe Read more

  • How dark was it? Noir at the Bar

    In keeping with reality I proved that I am indeed a crime fiction nerd by being the first guest (along with my husband) to arrive at Thursday night’s Noir at the Bar – Toronto. It was quite early, yes I know embarrassing. Once checking with the barkeep that food was available to be ordered along Read more