“Rich with detail. . . . Should you buy this book and read it? Definitely.”
— Neil Boyd, The Globe and Mail
"Stevie Cameron, who brought the art of political investigative journalism in Canada to new heights over the last three decades, has distinguished herself and her profession once again… [On the Farm] will surely remain a classic for generations of crime readers to come."
— Winnipeg Free Press
"On the Farm is the book you were hoping for… A hard-hitting look at the botched police investigations of Pickton."
— The Vancouver Sun
"No writer knows this story better than Cameron… [On the Farm] will go down as the definitive resource on the Pickton affair."
"Stevie Cameron has written yet another great book exposing, as is her wont, the 'comfortable establishment' in our country of indifference to societal ills that might be expensive nuisances to deal with."
— The Tyee
A woman of many talents, Stevie Cameron is a successful author, investigative journalist, commentator and humanitarian. Her investigative reports have been published by the Globe and Mail and Maclean's, among others, and her award-winning books have brought scandals to the public eye. They include the #1 national bestseller On the Take: Crime, Corruption and Greed in the Mulroney Years and The Last Amigo: Karlheinz Schreiber and the Anatomy of a Scandal, winner of the Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Award. Cameron's passions for writing, uncovering and dissecting stories of the day have earned her acclaim as one of Canada's foremost investigative journalists. She lives in Toronto.See all Product Description
Wow really disturbing, but true and in my area at that time, the girls were let down.Published 3 months ago by Trishkat
An in depth look at what most would find gruesome. Very well written. A lot more info in this than the media had already given out. Worth reading.Published 23 months ago by Mike
Here's what's wrong with this book:
When Willy Pickton was first put in a jail cell following his arrest, he went over to the cell's urinal and peed in it. Read more
I think the book could have been clearer about some of the why's and wherefores. I was wondering when they were going to write a book about this farmer. Read morePublished on March 2 2012 by Kuriosity . K . Kat
Being my favorite kind of book (true crime) I was really looking forward to this book, particularly as I live only 4 hours away from where this happened. Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2012 by Anthony Gordon