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Table of Contents for
Detecting Canada: Essays on Canadian Crime Fiction, Television, and Film, edited by Jeannette Sloniowski and Marilyn Rose

Introduction | Jeannette Sloniowski and Marilyn Rose

History and Theory

1. Coca-Colonialists Write Back: Localizing the Global in Canadian Crime Fiction | Beryl Langer

2. Canadian Crime Writing in English | David Skene-Melvin

Essays on Fiction

3. Canadian Psycho: Genre, Nation, and Colonial Violence in Michael Slade’s Gothic RCMP Procedurals | Brian Johnson

4. Northern Procedures: Policing the Nation in Giles Blunt’s The Delicate Storm | Manina Jones

5. Revisioning the Dick: Reading Thomas King’s Thumps DreadfulWater Mysteries | Jennifer Andrews and Priscilla L. Walton

6. Generic Play and Gender Trouble in Peter Robinson’s In a Dry Season | Jeannette Sloniowski

7. A Colder Kind of Gender Politics: Intersections of Feminism and Detection in Gail Bowen’s Joanne Kilbourn Series | Pamela Bedore

8. Queer Eye for the Private Eye: Homonationalism and the Regulation of Queer Difference in Anthony Bidulka’s Russell Quant Mystery Series | Péter Balogh

9. Under/Cover: Strategies of Detection and Evasion in Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace | Marilyn Rose

Essays on Television

10. Televising Toronto in the 1960s: Wojeck and the Urban Crime Genre | Sarah A. Matheson

11. North of Quality? “Quality” Television and the Suburban Crimeworld of Durham County | Lindsay Steenberg and Yvonne Tasker

12. Mounties and Metaphysics in Canadian Film and Television | Patricia Gruben