Crook’s Hill. Insider trading, sordid family secrets and unexplained deaths envelop fractious brothers.
False Guilt (2015). A lawyer follows a former heartthrob to Rome but can’t escape a friend’s long-ago murder.
“False Guilt is no doubt the most unconventional mystery, and I mean that as a compliment! You do not find many writers like Peter Fritze because they are one of a kind … I really enjoyed reading this mystery/thriller.” Five Stars — Readers’ Favorite
The Case for Killing (2014). Two plans for murder collide at a Toronto law firm.
“A slight variation on the whodunit — a whomightdoit — but with all the trimmings of a satisfyingly complex murder mystery.” — Kirkus Reviews