Audiobook of the Month | July

It’s time for another Audiobook of the month! I’ve been listening to a lot of audiobooks lately, mostly in the car, but also while I’m doing things around the house. Cleaning goes by so much faster with an audiobook. One I’ve (semi)recently enjoyed is: Bad Blood: Secrets & Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by […]

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Book Review | The Trial of Lizzie Borden

I was a strange kid who was fascinated by both space and weird historical events. One of those weird historical events was the Borden murders. I don’t remember the first time I learned about them – I probably heard the rhyme and looked it up – but I’ve been interested ever since. Obviously, I couldn’t […]

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Book Review | I’ll Be Gone in the Dark

If you read the news, you have probably heard of Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark. It is a true crime novel about the man known who started out as the East Area Rapist and became the serial killer McNamara dubbed the Golden State Killer. I am fascinated by true crime and serial killers, […]

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Book Review | The Fact of a Body

It’s been a while since I’ve read a true-crime book (I think the last one was Helter Skelter). But since I’ve been binge-watching crime documentaries lately, I thought it was time. One that kept popping up was a fairly recent publication, The Fact of a Body by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich. I was intrigued by the idea of combining true […]

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Book Review | A Good Month for Murder

My experience with true crime books is very limited; I have only read one other that covers modern crime: Vincent Bugliosi’s Helter Skelter (read my review here). Despite that, I am very interested in true crime (I have marathoned my fair share of ID shows, and wrote my undergrad thesis on Jack the Ripper). I love […]

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