A fascinating interview with Dr. Katherine Ramsland, author of 59 books, on her work as a Forensic Psychologist, her research and her writing.
True Crime Book Reviews
Explore the criminal mind, delve deep into criminal cases and follow the investigations hunting down criminals and those who kill through these true crime books. In-depth and engaging book reviews and author interviews to help you discover new books and new authors within the true crime genre.
A surprisingly little known serial killer operated in London in the 1960s, a killer responsible for slaying up to eight women nicknamed the 60s' Ripper.
The story of the Tottenham Outrage armed robbery and dramatic chase through London streets in 1909 is told in detail by author Geoff Barton.
Gary Dobbs’ carefully researched, well-illustrated and enthralling text will appeal to anyone interested in the darker side of history.
Psychopaths are all around us so a famous psychologist says. Jon Ronson in this acclaimed book ‘The Psychopath Test’ uncovers the dark and seedy side of...
From Jack the Ripper to JonBenet Ramsey, the FBI’s legendary Mindhunter sheds new light on the mysteries that won’t go away.
Patterson sets out a compelling case for English poet Francis Thompson as the prime suspect for Jack the Ripper in this must-read for Ripperologists the world...
Richard O'Jones from True Crime Historian interviews author Brian Forschner in a podcast discussing his book Cold Serial: The Jack the Strangler Murders.
A book review examining miscarriage of justice cases in 20th century London, where despite best intentions, the criminal justice system got it wrong.
Prince George’s County lies on the border to Washington DC and author Del Quentin Wilber gains full access to their homicide squad, shadowing them from the...
Step into the Victorian underworld of Angel Meadow, the vilest and most dangerous slum of the Industrial Revolution in a book by Dean Kirby.
In 1947 on board the ocean liner Durban Castle, actress Eileen (Gay) Gibson vanished. A search of the ship yielded no sign of the young woman leaving only one...
To take the life of your own child is beyond a criminal act. It is a violation of the trust a child has in the people they believe in the most; their parents.