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True Crime Historical

– Capturing Crime

drawings by Carol Taylor

compiled by Janet Soley

managing editor Francis G. Mitchell

guest editor Virginia Houston

commentaries by Greg Marquis

afterword by Roslyn Rosenfeld

preface by Connell Smith

New World Publishing
Initial publish date
Dec 2019
Historical, Women Artists
Recommended Reading age
16 to 18
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Dec 2019
    List Price

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Capturing Crime (two versions in full colour) by artist, Carol Taylor, ISBN 9781895814972- $24.95 (softcover) ISBN 9781989564110 - $30.00(LE Hardcover) Fabulous colour sketches in NB courtrooms, defining some of the worst criminal cases in Canada; 30 years of judges, juries, witnesses, prosecutors, defence teams…

About the authors

Carol Taylor is the illustrator of all but one of Mrs. Dearborn's books, a chore she takes on gracefully despite her own busy career as an outstanding figurative artist and artisan. She makes her home in Rothesay.

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GREG MARQUIS is a Professor in the Department of History and Politics at University of New Brunswick at Saint John (UBNSJ), specializing in Canadian history and criminal justice history. Professor Marquis has developed a number of courses in the area of law and society, and is on the editorial board of Acadiensis and the Social History of Alcohol and Drugs. In addition to criminal justice history, his research interests include urban history and urban policy, the history of popular culture and the history of alcohol and drugs. Greg Marquis lives in Quispamsis, New Brunswick.

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Roslyn Rosenfeld taught art history for a dozen years at the Saint John and Fredericton campuses of the University of New Brunswick. She has published reviews in Fuse and over forty reviews and features in ArtsAtlantic and has curated or written essays for eighteen exhibitions. She is the author of the award-winning monograph, Lucy Jarvis: Even Stones Have Life.

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