True Crime

10 Novels Inspired by True Crimes

As true crime stories, documentaries, and podcasts become more mainstream, it only makes sense that it continues to weave its way into fiction as well. Part of what makes true crime so fascinating is the horror and intrigue we feel when trying to wrap our heads around the darkest parts of humanity – and the […]

Ten of the Darkest True Crimes in Cleveland

Ten of the Darkest True Crimes in Cleveland Cleveland, the heart of the Rust Belt, a city that back in the day, always got a bad rap.  Sure, the river once caught on fire thanks to industries that polluted it with waste.  And yeah, until the Cavs won it all back in ‘16, the city […]

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Is True Crime Good for You?

Is True Crime Good for You?   I never gave much thought to true crime until I began working on my new true crime anthology series. Suddenly it occurred to me that I’d been a consumer of true crime since my teens, though at the time I wasn’t conscious of the fact that all those […]

How True Crime and Fiction Intersect

How True Crime and Fiction Intersect

We’re Having a Collision here! How True Crime and Fiction Intersect In preparing to teach a class next semester on popular fiction—including science fiction, mysteries, horror, thrillers, and fantasy—I’m learning and thinking a lot about these genres, even after having written a novel marketed as a psychological thriller and another described as a mystery. Studying […]

Doctors Who Kill Profiles of Lethal Medics paperback Carol Anne Davis True Crime

Uncover the facts behind some of the most shocking murder cases in recent history. From Beverley Allitt, the attention seeking nurse who preyed on the children in her care, to the infamous Dr. Harold Shipman, who was responsible for the deaths of at least 218 of his patients, history has been littered with examples of […]

In a True Light: A Novel of Crime

Format: Hardcover, 256pp. ISBN: 0786710535 Publisher: Avalon Publishing Group Pub. Date: August 2002 “Sloane at sixty is a talented if conventionally unsuccessful painter who has just finished serving two years in an English prison for art forgery. On his return to his studio in North London he discovers among the junk mail and trash a […]

Brain Games – Whodunit: Solve Crime Scene Puzzles ( Brain Games )

Brain Games – Whodunit: Solve Crime Scene Puzzles ( Brain Games ) Publisher Marketing: Whodunit puts a mid-century twist on Brain Games crime puzzle books and presents a wide mix of verbal, visual, and logic puzzles. Track down a criminal or find a witness Spot details in a crime scene Crack secret codes Unscramble anagrams to reveal […]