true-crime

true-crime

(tro͞o′krīm′)
adj.
Based on or recounting an actual crime: a true-crime novel.
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How could a true-crime memoir so infused with brutality, betrayal, deceit, and destruction simultaneously function as an inspiring tribute to integrity and friendship?
Audible's upcoming true-crime podcast takes listeners on a gruesome journey into a remote, idyllic Irish town in 1996, in the aftermath of the infamous murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier, a 39-year-old French film producer.
Schaumburg library hosting monthly true-crime book club
PEOPLEs true-crime coverage is an enormously popular franchise for us on every platform, said Jess Cagle, Editor in Chief, PEOPLE.
The King assassination offers the author a chance to explore one of the most shocking events of the twentieth century alongside his own career, combining a true-crime tale with a literary memoir that attempts to explain his obsession with this murder, and with Ray himself.
Unlike true-crime shows, which give us grisly stories of real-life horror, murder-mystery series depict a world where criminals are punished and justice is duly served.
This volume brings together several of author and illustrator Rick Geary's true-crime graphic novels from his Treasuries of Murder series into one compendium for readers.
8220;Kevin and Rebecca have once again crafted a true-crime classic,” said The Girl in the Leaves author Robert Scott.
But Mainstream founders Bill Campbell and Peter MacKenzie insisted they were going out on a high with a final true-crime title by Carol Ann Lee.
Barri Flowers and provides, under one cover, some of the best true-crime writers in the world.
Mr Thompson, a former crime correspondent of the Observer, is the author of Gangland Britain and Gangs, and is widelyregarded as one of Britain's top true-crime writers.
Murder Behind the Badge: True Stories of Cops Who Kill offers a true-crime narrative that reads like a thriller and comes from a former police officer and detective who tells eighteen stories about cops who kill.