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Book Review

Ruse

by Ashley Holstrom

Robert Kerbeck’s juicy memoir "Ruse" tells riveting tales about working in Hollywood and Wall Street at the same time—and about committing white collar crimes. In his twenties, Kerbeck, a struggling actor, found a job listing for a... Read More

Book Review

Blood in the Water

by Ho Lin

True crime narratives that take place in small towns often reveal as much about the town as they do about the crime itself. Such is the case with the compelling "Blood in the Water", which concerns a death that rocked a Nova Scotia... Read More

Book Review

The Bushman's Lair

by Claire Foster

Paul McKendrick’s The Bushman’s Lair is the thrilling true crime account of John Bjornstrom, a reclusive thief who lived in a beach cave off of British Columbia’s Shuswap Lake. It also functions as a speculative biography of the... Read More

Book Review

The Isolation Artist

by Eileen Gonzalez

In "The Isolation Artist", Bob Keyes explores the tumultuous life and death of an influential artist. Robert Indiana is best remembered for his rendering of the word “LOVE” in bold type, the first two letters atop the last two, the... Read More

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