Peter Fritze practiced law as a solicitor in an Ontario government agency, partner in a major Toronto law firm and general counsel of a Canadian multinational. He’s now following his lifetime interest in storytelling by writing mysteries.

In April 2014, Peter self-published The Case for Killing. Against the backdrop of a fictitious Toronto law firm, two plans for murder collide. In February 2015, he also self-published False Guilt, in which a lawyer’s past involvement with murder follows him from Toronto to Rome.

Peter’s third mystery, Crook’s Hill, is due out shortly. Insider trading, sordid family secrets and unexplained deaths envelop fractious brothers.

Peter was raised in Dundas, Ontario and has lived in Toronto since university.