Peter C. Newman is one of Canada's most successful and honored writers. He has been editor in chief of the country's largest newspaper, The Toronto Star, and most influential magazine, Maclean's. The recipient of a dozen of North America's most coveted literary and journalism prizes, his twenty-six books have sold more than two-and-a-half million copies. His chronicle of the Diefenbaker years, Renegade in Power, was hailed as a breakthrough in Canadian political reportage, as was his monumental, four-volume The Canadian Establishment, which became the country's all-time nonfiction bestseller. Newman is a Companion of the Order of Canada, and has co-authored television documentaries which have won the CBC's Wilderness Medal, several ACTRA prizes, and the prestigious Michener Award for Journalism. Allan Levine is an award-winning author and historian who has written eleven books, including King, the critically acclaimed biography of Mackenzie King that won the Alexander Kennedy Isbister Award for Non-Fiction. A diverse author who moves easily between popular nonfiction and fiction, he has written four historical mysteries. His first mystery, The Blood Libel, won the Margaret McWilliams Medal for Best Historical Fiction and was nominated for the Chapters/Books in Canada First Novel Award and the Arthur Ellis First Mystery Novel Award. His next book, Toronto: A Life and Times, will be published in the fall of 2014. He lives in Winnipeg.