Bloody York


Although it may lack the labyrinthine sewers of Paris, the mean streets of Los Angeles, or the low and vile alleys of London, Toronto is not without its places of danger, excitement and romance. In Bloody York, thirteen Canadian writers from the late nineteenth century to today find intrigue, mystery and terror in the familiar streets and places of Toronto, in stories set from the 1860s to beyond the present.


"Fine selections by James powell and Tanya Huff. Historians will appreciate works by John Dent and Robert Barr, and get a glimpse of Hogtown as it was."

The Globe and Mail

About the Author

David Skene-Melvin

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

David Skene-Melvin

Dr. David Skene-Melvin is the dean of anthologizers of Canadian criminous short fiction and has previously edited Crime in a Cold Climate, Investigating Women, and Bloody York. He is also the compiler of Canadian Crime Fiction 1817-1996.