CBC’s The Current interviews Nate Hendley and Ron Moffatt

Anna Maria Tremonti of CBC’s The Current today interviewed Nate Hendley and Ron Moffatt about Nate’s new book, The Boy on the Bicycle.  Ron spoke candidly about his horrific experience in the 1950s at the hands of bungling police officers bent on coercing a confession out of him, for a murder he did not commit. What is truly frightening is police have the same latitude today. And it is for that reason Ron has broken his…

New audiobooks from Nate Hendley

Two of Nate Hendley’s true crime biographies are now available as audiobooks. Al Capone, Chicago’s King of Crime, has been narrated and produced by John Campagna, a Connecticut native, who has a connection to the legendary gangster. The production runs four hours and 24 minutes, and is now available through Audible, Amazon and iTunes. The second audiobook is Nate Hendley’s incisive overview of the wrongful conviction of Steven Truscott in his book, Steven Truscott, Decades of Injustice. The…

Launch report: The Boy on the Bicycle

In a room filled with engaged people, the launch of The Boy on the Bicycle, by Nate Hendley, proved a great success at the Toronto Reference Library. Win Wahrer of Innocence Canada was in attendance, as were members of Ron Moffatt’s family. The investigative book examines the wrongful conviction of adolescent Ron Moffatt in 1956, for a brutal murder committed by serial killer Peter Woodcock. If you haven’t already picked up your copy of The Boy on the…

Boy on the Bicycle front cover of Sault Star

Nate Hendley’s latest release, The Boy on the Bicycle was featured on the front cover of The Sault Star August 6. In an article by Postmedia Network reporter, Brian Kelly, he discusses Hendley’s book about the wrongful conviction of Ron Moffatt. The full article can be found here. The launch of The Boy on the Bicycle is August 14 at the Toronto Reference Library. Nate Hendley will give a reading and discuss the book, highlighting the fact Ron Moffatt has never…