Nate on Vanessa’s Picks
I discussed my latest book, The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction in Toronto, which examines the largely forgotten case of Ron Moffatt. Ron was 14 years-old in 1956 when he was wrongly convicted of murdering a little boy in Toronto, based on a coerced confession.
We also talked about my gangster books and The Big Con, my book about scams and scammers. I gave some advice on how to avoid being defrauded (delete all emails from Nigerian Princes who offer to share their fortune with you, in exchange for a little advance money).
Click here to read the interview, which was posted on July 25, 2020.
July 27/2020 — For true-crime fans who would rather listen than read, two of my short gangster books are available in audiobook format.
Both books were narrated by talented voice-artist John Campagna.
The audiobook for Al Capone: Chicago’s King of Crime is 4.24 hours long and can be purchased at Audible, Amazon and iTunes.
The audiobook for Dutch Schultz: The Brazen Beer Baron of New York is 3.18 hours long and can be purchased at Audible, Amazon and iTunes.