Had a pleasant and productive Sunday afternoon at Toronto's Sleuth of Baker Street
crime-fiction bookstore. I bought what promises to be some good Canadian
books, and I enjoyed the easy, familiar interaction between the shop's owner and customers. More cities should have bookshops like this one.
I also met with John McFetridge to plan Wednesday's first Noir at the Bar outside the U.S.
, and I took a picture that could win me some free books in this contest
at Central Crime Zone.
All told, a well-above-average crime-fiction day, though I seem to have lost an hour somewhere.
© Peter Rozovsky 2009
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