Robyn Doolittle is the bestselling author of Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story and an investigative reporter with The Globe and Mail. She began her career at the Toronto Star, covering crime and then municipal politics. While on the city hall beat, Doolittle began investigating rumours of the mayor’s troubled personal life. In 2014, the Toronto Star was awarded the prestigious Michener Award for its investigation into Rob Ford’s substance abuse. A graduate of Ryerson University’s journalism school, Doolittle was named one of the program’s 12 notable alumni at its 60th anniversary in the fall of 2013. She has lived in Toronto since 2002.
Penguin Canada, English language rights, February 3, 2014
Film rights: Blue Ice Pictures
Winner of the Kobo Emerging Writers Prize for Non-Fiction
A Globe and Mail Best Book of the Year 2014