The Best Canadian Crime Novels

Dead in the Water by Ted Wood (1983): Ted Wood has been suggested severally and is currently on the Linwood Barclays list. Rogue cop Reid Bennett participated in chasing drug traffickers, conducting murder investigations, and beating up thugs. This is why the book has lately been on the Open Media and available for Kindle. Outlander by Gil Adamson (2007): Mary […]

Great Canadian Crime Fiction Novels

Canadian authors’ have greatly contributed to global crime fiction. Here are the ten latest crime fiction novels; Garcia’s Heart: Patrick Lazarenko make a trip to The   Hague to witness Hernan García’s war crimes trial, accused of torture. Patrick later realized García’s shocking intentions, which made him know how hard it is to learn the human heart comprehensively. The Debba: […]

Canadian Mysteries Thrillers

The Creep by Michael LaPointe The Creep reveals a continuously unstable 21st century, investigating how self-empowerment, deceitfulness, and confidence built up lies and led to extensive violence against the public trust. Not a Happy Family by Shari Lapena Not a Happy Family is a novel about wealthy Brecken Hill residents. It features the neighboring murderers, Fred and Sheila Merton, who […]