My book, The Boy on the Bicycle, tells the story of Ron Moffatt, who was wrongly convicted of murder in Toronto at age 14 in 1956 on the basis of a coerced confession.

The Boy on the Bicycle was listed as “Recommended Canadian True Crime Summer Reading” by the Writing About Crime podcast on May 13, 2020.

Writing About Crime focuses on Canadian crime and criminals.

The Boy on the Bicycle, was nominated for an Arthur Ellis crime-writing award on April 17, 2019.

Sponsored by Crime Writers of Canada, the Arthur Ellis Awards recognize crime-writing across a variety of genres.

The Boy on the Bicycle was longlisted for “The Very Best!” Book Awards 2018 by The Miramichi Reader, in the category of Non-Fiction.

Click here for The Miramichi Reader’s review of The Boy on the Bicycle.

A childrens’ book I wrote about Prime Minister Jean Chretien was nominated for a “Red Maple” award in 2007 by the Ontario Library Association.

The photograph below shows Mr. Chretien holding my book at a publishing event.