The Babysitter: My Summers With A Serial Killer by Liza Rodman and Jennifer Jordan

Liza, along with her younger sister, grew up spending Summers in Provincetown, where their mother would go to work and hope to catch the eye of a wealthy man. Liza's father was almost totally absent, and her mother was most likely a narcissist, but definitely abusive. Because of this, Liza was drawn to a woman …

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My Favourite Places in Vancouver, BC

The Steamclock, Gastown It's been just over a year that's we've lived here in Vancouver (we arrived 28th September, but we sort of like to use Canadian Thanksgiving as our one year marker because it feels right). I wanted to share my favourite local places so far, but I'm sure that there will be many …

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And Every Word Is True by Gary McAvoy: Newfound Evidence Reveals In Cold Blood Is Not The End Of The Story.

As someone who loves to read the odd True Crime book and listens to My Favorite Murder, I have of course read Truman Capote's In Cold Blood. Aware that he stated that his book was all true, and was explosive in it's time leading to a film adaptation as well, I was aware that Capote …

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The Wicked Boy: An Infamous Murder in Victorian London by Kate Summerscale

Penned by the author of the bestselling The Suspicions of Mr Whicher, this book is the story of another Victorian crime which was notorious in it's time, The Plaistow Tragedy of 1895. Two boys, 12 and 13 years old, told neighbors and friends that their mother had gone to Liverpool and proceeded to attend cricket …

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