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Crime sells, as the saying goes, and thats why youll find it everywhere in bookstores and movie theatres, and on television. But true crime compels—the stories at their most complex forcing us to examine human behaviour, justice and even the very nature of good and evil. Canadas Most Notorious Crimes focuses on some of the most intriguing and disturbing stories in our countrys history. From the Black Donnellys and Evelyn Dick to Paul Bernardo and the Shafia trial, this compilation explores Canadas true-crime catalogue from pre-Confederation to the present day, with files and photographs from Macleans magazines unparalleled 107-year archive.

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