Short, entertaining historical tales from the Maritimes, Rogues and Rascals is an anecdotal history of the Maritime provinces, with a particular eye to the odd, the interesting, and the obscure. Meet the misfits and maligners, treasure hunters and highway robbers who traversed the Maritimes from the 1700s to the mid-1900s. Five thematic sections collect 200 short tales of con men and hangmen, murderers and soul savers, heroes and failures, superstitions and miracles—and even ghosts.
Bob Kroll has been writing for the broadcast industry for more than thirty years. He is the author of Intimate Fragments, an irreverent chronicle of early Halifax, and is the past winner of an ACTRA Award for best writer, radio drama (Maritimes). He lives in Halifax.