Mel Bradshaw has a page on the site of each of his two publishers, Iguana Books and Dundurn.


He also has a page on the site of the Crime Writers of Canada.



Crime novelist Rosemary McCracken has interviewed Mel Bradshaw for her blog Moving Target. Among the topics covered are Mel’s sources for his characters, how he sets about writing a novel, and which actor he would cast as Paul Shenstone for silver screen versions of his Roaring Twenties mysteries. Have a good browse also through Rosemary’s web site.


Links Relevant to the Paul Shenstone ’20s Novels


Binnie Hale and Seymour Beard singing “Tea for Two” from No, No, Nanette.
The Roaring Twenties: A Historical Snapshot of Life in the 1920s.
1000 Most Popular Names of the 1920s.
Dance Bands from Canada 1922-1930.
Doctor Macro’s High Quality Movie Scans — includes outstanding studio portraits and movie stills from the 1920s.


Links Relevant to the Novel Victim Impact


The Total Motorcycle Bikers Dictionary.



Harley-Davidson Panhead Bobber


Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice — for current thinking about crime and punishment.


Smoke City Stories reviewed Victim Impact in March 2010.



Links Relevant to the Novel Death in the Age of Steam


Campbell House, the model for William Sheridan’s villa.