Triflers Need Not Apply: A True Crime/Fiction Book

Yet, when we look at the evidence over time it's likely that women have been just, if not more prolific in their voilence. A combination of using methods which have been more difficult to detect and less showy, such as posoin, combined with cultural taboo's that still exist around women, caring and motherhood which mean their violence can often not be contemplated, very weirdly leads me to conclude this is yet another area in which women's contributions have been overlooked. And as pshycologist Anna Motz says, when we deny women's violence, we deny women.

Audiobook review: The Phantom Prince, my Life With Ted Bundy, Updated and Expanded.

Podcast of this review availible here. <script src="https://uk.bookshop.org/widgets.js" data-type="book" data-affiliate-id="6518" data-sku="9781419744853"></script> Since Ted Bundy's death by electric chair in 1989 a veritable industry has grown up around him. One I am sure he would be pretty pleased with as he was an inveterained antention-monger. Most of what the recent Bundy circus has thrown up is …

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True Crime Audiobook Review: Killing for Company

The podcase of this review is availible here, you can buy the book in the True Crime Fiction bookshop here. <script src="https://uk.bookshop.org/widgets.js" data-type="book" data-affiliate-id="6518" data-sku="9781787466258"></script> Killing for Company, by Brian Masters is a slightly different offering in the True Crime genre, but definitely one I would suggest could become part of the cannon.  I picked …

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True Crime Podcast: The Happy Face Killer

Podcast episode availible here. Ain't nothing happy about this. True Crime Podcasting has taken off tremendously over the last few years. It all started with the addictive Serial and now there are hundreds which are either ongoing series which look at a new, or several new cases each week, or deep dives, which forensically examine …

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