INFOGRAPHIC: TV Detectives

From Sherlock to Poirot (and beyond!), MANY of our favourite TV Detectives have started in crime novels, which was I found the infographic below particularly interesting. With “cops n’ docs” forming a huge chunk of our television characters, there’s obviously many more TV detectives than *just* the ones in this infographic. However, I did like…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author L.M Krier

1) So, who are you & what have you written?  My name is Lesley Tither but I write crime fiction as L M Krier. I’m a retired journalist/copywriter/copy editor who has also worked for the Crown Prosecution Service. My crime fiction books are the DI Ted Darling series: Baby’s Got Blue Eyes, Two Little Boys, When…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Marnie Riches

So, who are you & what have you written? Hi. I’m Marnie Riches, author of the George McKenzie crime thriller series. You can follow me on Twitter as @Marnie_Riches and find me on Facebook, HERE. The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die launched to great acclaim in April 2015, where people met George – an aspiring criminologist on…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author J.M Hewitt

1) So, who are you & what have you written? I’m JM Hewitt and Exclusion Zone is my third published novel but my debut crime fiction. I’m on twitter as @jmhewitt and my website is jmhewitt.co. Exclusion Zone can be found on Amazon, HERE. 2) Why do you write crime fiction? I adore crime fiction as…

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Brain Of A Serial Killer

Many thanks to Best Counseling Degrees for this fascinating infographic on Serial Killers. The Brain Of A Serial Killer is drawn from the research of Dr. Helen Morrison, who interviewed 135 serial killers. She reports, identifies and defines patterns of serial killers’ behaviour, as well genetic findings on serial killers’ brains and chromosomes. Fascinating stuff….

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