Monthly Archives: November 2020

Ross Mackay, brilliant maverick lawyer

Writing Ross Mackay, the Saga of a Brilliant Criminal Lawyer was a trip down memory lane for the Toronto Star’s crime fiction reviewer, Jack Batten. On his Acknowledgements page, Batten says his research for the biography began with his own … Continue reading

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More coverage for Uncharted Waters!

I was delighted to see that Uncharted Waters was among Marian Misters’ picks for November in The Merchant of Menace, the Sleuth of Baker Street’s monthly newsletter. Here’s what Marian had to say: I read ROSEMARY MCCRACKEN’s latest offering in … Continue reading

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A Face in the Crowd now more relevant than ever

Ed Piwowarczyk joins me on Moving Target today, the eve of the U.S. presidential election, with a look at A Face in the Crowd. The 1957 film seems terrifyingly familiar today, doesn’t it, Ed? He’s a womanizer, a bigot, a … Continue reading

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