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Introduction; The Power Gang of Newfoundland: ."Until You Are Dead, Dead, Dead!"; The Smugglers of Lake Champlain: The Black Snake and the Phoenix II; Edwin Johnson: Master Counterfeiter; Jack Krafchenko: The Saga of Bloody Jack; Tom Bassoff: Shootout in Bellevue; Blackie Audett: Liar, Liar; Matthew Kolidee: "Me Fool ... Me Get 'Fraid"; Toronto's Great Train Robbery: "Like Hawks at Midnight"; John Burowski: "Why Should I Shoot My Friend?"; The Chatham Train Robbery: "Nothing But Knowing How"; Albert Dorland: "I Was Framed!"; John "Red" Hamilton: Running with Dillinger; Edward McMullen: Death of an Outlaw; Sam Behan: Buried Alive; Phillips and Lund: "Now Boys Please Take a Warning"; Margaret Goede: Kidnapper.
Edward Butts is the author of several historical non-fiction books, including SOS: Stories of Survival and True Canadian Unsolved Mysteries. He is the author of Idioms for Aliens, a humourous look at English grammar. His book The Desperate Ones: Forgotten Canadian Outlaws (Dundurn 2006) was nominated for an Arthur Ellis Award. Ed lives in Guelph, Ontario.
Running with Dillinger: The Story of Red Hamilton and Other Forgotten Canadian Outlaws is a must for any Canadian history collection who wants a look at Canadas famous lawbreakers and hoodlums - and for anyone who wants to see the Maple Leaf in a different light. - The Midwest Book Review June 2008 Butts' approach of combining examinations of the crimes with the subsequent police investigations and trials gives some excellent context to the various robberies and murders without glorifying the crimes themselves. This carefully researched work will appeal to fans of Canadian true crime who have enjoyed such books as Adrian Humphreys' The Enforcer and Antonio Nicasco's Rocco Perrie: The Story of Canada's Most Notorious Bootlegger. -- Paul Challen -- Quill & Quire ... this interesting collection of stories about criminals of Canada's past is one book you won't want to miss. -- Anne K. Edwards -- Murder and Mayhem Book Club Running with Dillinger ... is a must for any Canadian history collection who wants a look at Canada's famous lawbreakers and hoodlums - and for anyone who wants to see a Maple Leaf in a different light. -- James A. Cox -- The Midwest Book Review