"One of the most finely crafted, beautifully written, and emotionally engaging series in all of crime fiction."
— Linwood Barclay
Forty Words for Sorrow is the "The best Canadian crime thriller ever written."
"Blunt writes with the flashing grace of an ice skater skimming over a frozen pond."
—New York Times Book Review
By the Time You Read This is "the . . . most beautifully written, deeply felt page-turner of the year."
“I wish I had written Forty Words for Sorrow.”
Breaking Lorca is "a tour de force . . . an unforgettable window into the human capacity for cruelty and courage."
—The Globe and Mail
Forty Words for Sorrow is “Brilliant. One of the finest crime novels I’ve ever read.”
The CTV series based on the John Cardinal novels is now in active development, with GB himself doing much of the adaptation. With luck, principal photography should begin January, 2015.
GB was awarded an honorary degree from Nipissing University on June 12, 2014.
Until the Night—the new John Cardinal novel and number six in the series received the Crime Writers of Canada 2013 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel and the 2013 Ontario Library Service Northern Lit Award.
GB was honored in 2012 with a star on the North Bay Walk of Fame.