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From Lifestyle Reporter to Something More Serious: Pete Crooks Dishes on Lying PIs and Dirty Cops in The Setup

Some stories are too far-fetched to be fake, as an author creating true crime out of thin air would add more cash and prizes, more glitz, more glamor. 417 more words

Book Reviews

Murder Mystery Writer’s Creed

I will make you do the following while reading my books:

You will turn the pages like a wild banshee.

You and only you will know who the perp is from the very beginning. 213 more words

The True Crime Course: a progress report, of sorts

  There’s a lot to report; this post will necessarily cover just a small amount of material. Doing the research has been an adventure, and a fascinating one at that.  1,391 more words


“Damsel” True Crime and Female Serial Killers Novella by Cella Lao Rousseau

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Independent Professional Project

this day in crime history: january 28, 1982

On this date in 1982, US Army Brigadier General James Dozier was rescued by Italian police. Dozier, who had been kidnapped by Italian Red Brigades terrorists 42 days earlier, was being held in an apartment in the northern Italian city of Padua. 99 more words

True Crime

Review: In Cold Blood by Truman Capote


On November 15, 1959, in the small town of Holcomb, Kansas, four members of the Clutter family were savagely murdered by blasts from a shotgun held a few inches from their faces. 545 more words


The Devil and Shelagh Rogers

This interview on CBC’s amazing flagship book show, The Next Chapter, is actually the first long interview I did on The Devil You Know… 52 more words