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.
The Stanford Prison Experiment of 1971 enabled the discovery of the Lucifer Effect; when ordinary good people become perpetrators of evil, but at what cost?
The Joseph Christopher case is explored by author Catherine Pelonero illustrating serial murder encased in mental illness and the complex issue of justice.
Harry Roberts and Foxtrot One-One is recommended reading for an intrigued and curious true crime reader covering a UK case that will never be forgotten.
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.
A review of true crime book Clutches of Madness, exploring the crimes of serial killers and just what lies beneath the surface of these individuals.
A book review of the John George Haigh serial murder case of 1944-49, where in order to hide his victims, Haigh dissolved their bodies in vats of acid.
Criminal court cases in Japan begin with the fairly predictable,the defendant pleads guilty,and end with the utterly predictable, the defendant is found guilty...
The London Underground Serial Killer is written by Geoff Platt, a former acting detective constable for the Metropolitan Police, and tells us of events that...
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.
The desperate cries of a fatally injured young woman ring out into the night. She knows she can be heard but realises as her life ebbs away, that no one is...