Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story Hardcover – Feb. 3 2014
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- Hardcover : 384 pages
- ISBN-13 : 978-0670068111
- Product Dimensions : 16.51 x 3.02 x 24.13 cm
- Item Weight : 622 g
- Publisher : Viking (Feb. 3 2014)
- ISBN-10 : 067006811X
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #42,775 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
“Doolittle chronicles the investigations into Ford’s misconducts with admirable journalistic rigor and fairmindedness.” - Zoomer Magazine
“Dramatic . . . compelling.” - Toronto Life
“Crazy Town is a fascinating read, offering an analysis of how someone like Ford could get elected and retain public favour. It's also an apologia for how journalists today do their work . . . an extremely useful read.” - The Waterloo Region Record
“For anyone interested in finding out why Rob Ford is the way he is. . . . A wealth of information.” - Toronto Life
“The first in-depth examination of Toronto’s controversial mayor. . . Doolittle writes from both a critical and sympathetic standpoint . . . detailed and engaging. [. . .] It’s a solid volume of work.” - The Washington Times
About the Author
Robyn Doolittle is a reporter with The Globe and Mail. She began her career covering crime and moved to the municipal politics beat during the 2010 mayoral elections. She is one of three reporters to have viewed a video of Toronto mayor Rob Ford smoking what appears to be crack cocaine. A graduate of Ryerson University's journalism school, Doolittle lives in Toronto.