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.
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...
Mary Bateman known as the ‘Yorkshire Witch’ used her charm and deviousness to fleece her unsuspecting victims out of their belongings and their money, only...
Four gripping and recent true crime cases make up this prequel to Jack Rosewood's True Crime Stories book series, with each chapter more shocking than the last.
Prince of Cons is an autobiography describing the life of a successful conman where Jase Haber explores the scams he pulled off, the money he made and the near...
A fascinating look at the elite Ghost Squad police unit created to tackle post World War II crime in London in a book by Dick Kirby.
The former Seattle policewoman who made her name through crime writing, Ann Rule was the ‘Queen of True Crime’ with many of her books becoming best-sellers.
On 12th February 2008 at Green Junior High in Oxnard, California, 14-year-old Brandon McInerney shot and killed 15-year-old Larry King inside their computer...
Masking Evil by Carol Anne Davis examines 37 killers, all were in good solid professions but revealed their hidden capacity for the darkest of crimes.
The harsh punishments of the Victorian prison system are showcased in Victorian Convicts, a book examining the lives and crimes of 100 Victorian criminals.
A fascinating inside look at the work of a police sketch artist, recreating the faces of suspects using just the fragmented memories of eyewitnesses.