CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Lesley Cookman

So, who are you & what have you written?  My name is Lesley Cookman, and I have written sixteen books, a novella and a short story in the Libby Sarjeant series; the first novella in a new Edwardian series called The Alexandrians; seven pantomimes, a stage musical and several short stories. All found on my…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Marnie Riches

So, who are you & what have you written? Hi. I’m Marnie Riches, author of the George McKenzie crime thriller series. You can follow me on Twitter as @Marnie_Riches and find me on Facebook, HERE. The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die launched to great acclaim in April 2015, where people met George – an aspiring criminologist on…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Barbara Copperthwaite

So, who are you & what have you written?  I’m Barbara Copperthwaite, and I have written two standalone psychological crime thrillers, INVISIBLE, and FLOWERS FOR THE DEAD. For the last twenty-odd years I’ve been a national magazine and newspaper journalist. That means I’ve spent all that time meeting victims of crime – and the perpetrators….

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BEST OF 3: @JennyKaneAuthor

The Jewel That Was Ours by Colin Dexter WHY I LIKE IT– Every book Colin Dexter has written is simply perfect. His Inspector Morse novels, which lent themselves so perfectly to television, are perfectly crafted works of art in their own right. The novels, which are more complicated than the television episodes, embrace you in…

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INFOGRAPHIC: Serial Killers Through The Decades

Following on from last week in which I posted an infographic detailing the brain of a serial killer, many thanks to CriminalJusticeDegreehub for this one, which gives a crash course on the history of serial killers through the decades. Some of the people below are so infamous you will recognise them immediately; others will be…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author J.M Hewitt

1) So, who are you & what have you written? I’m JM Hewitt and Exclusion Zone is my third published novel but my debut crime fiction. I’m on twitter as @jmhewitt and my website is jmhewitt.co. Exclusion Zone can be found on Amazon, HERE. 2) Why do you write crime fiction? I adore crime fiction as…

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BEST OF 3: Edwina Tyrrell

Death Comes to Pemberley by P.D. James Why I like it: I do love a period drama and there’s nothing better than an Austen-based one! A murder mystery continuation to Pride and Prejudice, P.D James gives a clever crime account as well as keeping to the Austen style. It’s like a Law and Order episode with…

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BEST OF 3: Jodie Tuohy

Mucho Mojo by Joe R. Lansdale Set in America’s deep South, Hap and Leonard are two friends who investigate a child’s murder to try to clear a relative’s name. Often taking the law into their own hands, these colourful detectives don’t mess about! This is a violent, fast-paced and often shocking book which I read…

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Brain Of A Serial Killer

Many thanks to Best Counseling Degrees for this fascinating infographic on Serial Killers. The Brain Of A Serial Killer is drawn from the research of Dr. Helen Morrison, who interviewed 135 serial killers. She reports, identifies and defines patterns of serial killers’ behaviour, as well genetic findings on serial killers’ brains and chromosomes. Fascinating stuff….

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