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In Cold Blood: A book by an author you never read before

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I have wanted to hear Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote for a while. I even told my husband this. I didn’t expect him to do anything about it. 278 more words

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Is ICB "worthy" literature?

In Cold Blood was written over fifty years ago, yet it is still discussed, written about  in other books and journals, and read in high schools all over America.   72 more words

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The Legal Legend: In Cold Blood by Truman Capote

This one goes out to all my readers of books. I’m talking actual books..

The Lord does not fuck with any Kobos/Kindles/Nooks&Crannies/WhateverStupidNamesTheseFraudsAreGiven.

Most of you that have an interest in reading legal books probably read the generic authors such as  928 more words

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Book Review - In Cold Blood by Truman Capote

Legend has it that while working on In Cold Blood Capote mentioned the title to an acquaintance. The person replied, “Does that refer to the murders or your writing about them?” After reading this book, I think Capote’s interlocutor was being generous. 605 more words

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"Dark Places" . . . . . a film

“Dark Places” was adapted for the screen from a novel of the same name written by Gillian Flynn who wrote “Gone Girl” both as a novel and adapted for the screen. 343 more words

Dark Places - 1/10

Unfortunately no Garth Marenghi in sight…

Where to start?

Dark Places borrows heavily from the real life story of the Amityville murders as well as Truman Capote’s true crime novel… 275 more words

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In Cold Ink: The Celebrity True Crime Author and Ethical Journalism

The Human Journal has just launched its special issue on Crime Writing, which includes my academic essay on the celebrity true crime author and the ethics of creative nonfiction: ‘ 275 more words