True Crime Isn't A Fad - It's My Life
8 days ago - By Scary Mommy
I am no stranger to true crime as a fan; growing up, the only books my mom ever had in her small, personal library were non-fiction narratives about murder. I know her interest in the subset was more than just a deep interest. She had lost her best friend in her early twenties to what she believed was foul play. Since that day, she developed a penchant for truth, justice, and criminal tales.
I also had my own adoration for the genre, too. As a preteen, after I had devoured all of R.L. Stine's chapter books, and then Lois Duncan's novels , I found Lois's true crime memoir. It was entitled...
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