Brothers and Sisters – Crime Panel in Toronto

OCTOBER 7/2019 – I will be taking part in a panel discussion sponsored by the Toronto chapter of Sisters-in-Crime on November 21, 2019 in Toronto.

Details (from the Sisters-in-Crime website):

Is reading a historical mystery fiction novel good way to find out about events in history? Find out the answer to this and many other questions as we convene a panel of authors writing in the genre:

• Nate Hendley (non-fiction)

• Lorna Poplak (non-fiction)

• Ann Shortell (fiction)

• Caro Soles (fiction)

• Sylvia Warsh

The presentation takes place at 7 pm in room 200 at the Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch, located at 40 Orchard View Blvd (off Yonge, north of Eglinton Avenue).

Everyone is welcome to attend. Please note: a $5 fee is charged for non-members.

Podcast Interview About Wrongful Convictions

OCTOBER 2/2019 – The Twisted Podcast has released a new episode about my book, The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction in Toronto

My book examines the story of Ron Moffatt, who was wrongly convicted of murder at age 14 in Toronto in 1956, based largely on a false confession he made under duress.

The episode features an interview with me, comments from Ron and insights on the phenomenon of false confessions (which happen much more frequently than you might think). Podcast host John Taylor discusses how aggressive police interrogation methods such as the controversial Reid Technique can induce suspects to confess to crimes they didn’t actually commit.

The Boy on the Bicycle can be purchased through AmazonChapters-Indigo and the website of publisher, Five Rivers.

Copies are also available at Indigo Yonge – Eglinton (2300 Yonge Street, Toronto) and Indigo Bay – Bloor (Manulife Centre, Toronto), among other locales.

To listen to the podcast, click here.

Talk About Bad Men

I will be giving a presentation about notorious gangsters Al Capone and Dutch Schultz at High Park Library in Toronto, at 6:30 pm on October 29, 2019.

The event, part of the Sunnyside Historical Society’s True Crime Series, is open to the public.

My short book, Al Capone: Chicago’s King of Crime is available at Amazon and Kobo

My short book, Dutch Schultz: The Brazen Beer Baron of New York is available at Amazon and Kobo.

(Nate Hendley is a Toronto-based journalist, speaker and author. His website offers more details about his books and background)

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