In 1873, Samuel Richardson erected a two-storey frame home on this corner. It survives today, though it has been greatly altered. Richardson added a third
Month: March 2012
The recently published novel, “The Reluctant Virgin,” is a murder/mystery, but it deals with many of the social issues of Toronto during the 1950s. Though
Subways are faster if a person wishes to simply travel from point A to B in the least time possible. Few refute this argument. However,
“The Toronto Trilogy” chronicles the life of the city through the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Historical fiction is perhaps one of the best venues for
The recently published murder/mystery “The Reluctant Virgin” by Doug Taylor contains a convoluted plot that seems to baffle even the most experienced readers of thrillers.
The plot of the recently published murder/mystery “The Reluctant Virgin” involves many psychological issues as the police attempt to solve a series of brutal murders.