Jerry Langton grew up in Hamilton, where he wrote for The Hamilton Spectator. He also contributed to Maclean’s. After a move to New York, he became the deputy editor for The Daily News. Having returned to Toronto, Langton is a freelance writer whose work appears regularly in The Globe & Mail and The Toronto Star. In doing research for his book Rat: How the World's Most Notorious Rodent Clawed Its Way to the Top, he spent a lot of time in sewers meeting with rats face-to-face. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.
St. Martin's Publishing Group
St. Martin's Press
From its origins in the swamps of Southeast Asia to its role in the medieval Black Death to its unshakeable niche in modern urban centers, the rat has incredible evolutionary advantages. Combining...