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Truman Capote - In Cold Blood

Unsettling, uncomfortable account of a real crime – The Clutter Murders of 1959

Truman Capote’s 1966 account of a notorious, barely motive-driven rural multiple murder which took place in Kansas in 1959 catapulted him into the best seller lists and celebrity status. 1,359 more words

Book Review

Recommended Reads: Garth Nix, Leigh Bardugo and Truman Capote

First published in issue one of Cinders magazine.

Goldenhand by Garth Nix

Most of you will probably be too young to remember Sabriel and Lireal by Garth Nix but there are few more kickass, capable heroines around. 276 more words


On The Road

In which our reluctant hero takes the long and winding road – the A41 no less – to the land of his fathers. And his grandfathers. 801 more words


Reading Is Fundamental - RuPaul Charles

Now if you watch RuPauls Drag Race you will familiar with the phrase “Reading is Fundamental” of course Ru means it in the way of throwing shade at the contestants, where as I take it for it’s literal meaning, reading is fundamental and every person should read. 293 more words

Limited Series In Works Based On New Evidence Of Clutter Family Murders, Basis For Capote Bestseller 'In Cold Blood'

EXCLUSIVE: After new evidence emerged in the 1959 murders of the Herbert Clutter family, made famous by Truman Capote’s book In Cold Blood, Glass Entertainment Group and Daniel H. 623 more words

Breaking News

"Who is Holly Golightly?" Breakfast at Tiffany's

It’s been 56 years since Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) first graced our screens and it was undoubtedly different from the 1958 novella upon which it is based. 1,524 more words