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Peter Fritze


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 love of storytelling by writing suspense mysteries.

In April 2014, he self-published The Case for Killing. At a fictitious Toronto law firm, two plans for murder collide. In February 2015, he self-published False Guilt. A lawyer’s past involvement with murder follows him from Toronto to Rome.

Peter released his most recent mystery, Crook’s Hill, in February 2018. Alan Boltby yearns to be more than a workaholic lawyer. Confronted by insider trading, unexplained deaths and blame for a sordid family secret, he turns investigator. It’s the start of a new series featuring Alan Boltby and Sara Ramachandran.

Peter has lived in Toronto since being raised in Dundas, Ontario.

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The Case for Killing. Peter Fritze, 2014
False Guilt. Peter Fritze, 2015
Crook's Hill. Peter Fritze, 2018
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