Crook's Hill

Unexplained deaths, sordid family secrets and insider trading envelop fractious brothers.

“… A gripping story of suspense, laced with heavy emotion and family drama.” – KIRKUS REVIEWS.

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Unexplained deaths, sordid family secrets and insider trading envelop fractious brothers.

A lawyer following a former heartthrob to Rome can’t escape a long-ago murder.

The Case for Killing_Cover

Two plans for murder collide at a Toronto law firm.

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Crook's Hill
Peter Fritze

Mini-Mysteries by Peter Fritze

My New YouTube Channel About a year ago, I thought of creating a “visual short story” featuring Alan Boltby and Sara Ramachandran, the protagonists from

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Crook's Hill
Peter Fritze

My STORYLINES Interview

I met Christine Cowley at the 2017 Indie Author Day hosted by the PineRidge Arts Council and Pickering Public Library. Christine is an author, speaker

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Peter Fritze

Crook’s Hill and Daisy

In my new book, Crook’s Hill, the main protagonist is Alan Boltby. A workaholic corporate lawyer, he yearns for a real life but ends up

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Crook's Hill
Peter Fritze

The Crook’s Hill House

My third mystery, Crook’s Hill, soon to be published, has two main settings: New York City and Crook’s Hill Farm, near fictional Spring Woods, Ontario. The farm

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Fritze’s Back

I like Rome—a lot. The photo captures the front of the city’s famous Pantheon. Sometimes I look to Rome and its history for inspiration or

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Writer Promotion: Reviews

I’ve been posting about how self-published writers can promote their books. In my first post, I said, “Readers will buy a self-published writer’s book if

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Writer Promotion: Other Free Tools

In my last posts under How to Self-Publish, I focused on promotion through family and friends, a website and blogging, social media and appearances like library presentations.

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Writer Self-Care

When I made a serious commitment to writing about three years ago, I had good energy for creating but was very inefficient. A page a day

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