Imprint:Arsenal Pulp Press - Vancouver
Dimensions:10in x 8.5 x 0.55 in | 905 gr
Page Count:296 pages
Eve Lazarus is a reporter, author, and the host and producer of the true crime podcast Cold Case Canada. She is the author of four Arsenal titles: Cold Case Vancouver: The City's Most Baffling Unsolved Murders (2015), a BC bestseller and 2016 finalist for the Bill Duthie Booksellers' Choice Award at the BC Book Prizes; Blood, Sweat, and Fear: The Story of Inspector Vance, Vancouver's First Forensic Investigator (2017); Murder by Milkshake: An Astonishing True Story of Adultery, Arsenic, and a Charismatic Killer (2018); and Vancouver Exposed: Searching for the City's Hidden History (2020). She is also the author of Sensational Vancouver (2014), , Sensational Victoria: Bright Lights, Red Lights, Murders, Ghosts & Gardens (2012), and her book At Home with History: The Untold Secrets of Greater Vancouver's Heritage Houses was a 2008 City of Vancouver book award finalist.
Eve Lazarus is a reporter whose beat is Vancouver's past. She pursues the stories behind the headlines and relics of yesteryear, adding richness and entertaining detail through deep research and interviews with local characters she finds through her blog and social media. This is the twenty-first-century way to tell history - from the bottom up rather than from the top looking down. -Michael Kluckner, author of Vancouver Remembered and Toshiko
Eve had me constantly jumping to Google Street View! Buried houses! Tunnels! Investigative tidbits! All the good stuff! All the bad stuff! All the sad stuff! Doot doola doot doo ... Vancouver Exposed! -Nardwuar the Human Serviette
Think you know Vancouver? Well, Eve Lazarus has some stories for you. Fond, funny, and fizzing with some of the most fascinating people and places, Vancouver Exposed is a highly readable and revelatory cultural history chock-a-block with as many illuminating photos as insights into the city itself. -Aaron Chapman, author of Vancouver after Dark
Vancouver Exposed is exemplary popular history. -BC Bookworld