- Imprint: James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers
- Publication Date: 2 April 2024
- Expected Ship Date: 1 May 2024
- Copyright Year: 2024
- ISBN: 9781459418219
- Edition: 1
- Page Count: 224
- Dimensions: 6" x 9"
Murder in Renfrew County
The predator who left three women dead — and the justice system that failed to stop him
by Dean Beeby
The murder of three women in Ontario’s Renfrew County, and the inquest into violence against women that followed.
The story of the murder of three women in Ontario’s Renfrew county by their ex-partner and the full-scale investigation that followed.
Dean Beeby, a skilled reporter and author, chronicles the day of violence, exploring the circumstances that led up to three tragic confrontations. Their deaths triggered an inquiry that addressed the larger issues of femicide and the systems that fail victims of intimate partner violence.
Describing the months-long inquest that followed and its findings, Dean Beeby explores how the justice system does not adequately address the needs of victims and how perpetrators of intimate partner violence are given ample opportunity to re-offend and escalate their actions.
About the Author
DEAN BEEBY is an investigative journalist and author. Born in Halifax, he was Atlantic bureau chief for The Canadian Press news agency before his transfer to Ottawa, where he later worked in the parliamentary bureau of the CBC. An expert in the use of freedom of information laws, he is the author of several books, including Mass Murder, Police Mayhem reporting on Nova Scotia’s Portapique massacre. He lives and writes in Ottawa, Ontario.
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