True crime lovers and literary historians are going to love Furious Hours by Casey Cep
As a true crime buff, I knew a lot about the murders of Jose and Kitty Menendez that were committed by their sons, Erik and Lyle.
Podcasts are such a growing phenomenon and I love them. I can’t get enough, but I still love reading. Luckily, there are some great books with direct podcast tie-ins
So ARC August was a complete failure for me.
August was a slow month for me. I finally moved to DC and the new city life really put a dent in my reading
What is it about grisly crimes, famous misdeeds or unlikeable men and women that draw the eyes and ears and minds of so many otherwise sane people around the world?
If you love true crime and binge-watching Forensic Files, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark is a must read.
If you love true crime podcasts and books with fascinating and troubled protagonists, put Sadie on pre-order right now.
History meets a courtroom drama in Lincoln’s Last Trial, which chronicles the last murder trial that Lincoln defended before becoming the 16th president
The FFL Reading Challenge challenges you to read a book with America in the title
James Patterson returns with a narrative journalistic account of the rise and fall of Aaron Hernandez. The Patriot’s tight-end seemed to have it all until he was arrested for the murder of his friend, Odin Lloyd, and his life began to fall apart. By the end of the line, he had been convicted of one…
I’m a sucker for true crime and podcasts, so when one of my favorite podcasts, Book Riot’s All the Books, recommended this true crime book, I put it near the top of my TBR list. After finally picking it up when I had a bit of a break before going back to school, I was…