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The original true crime review podcast that looks at other podcasts, TV, and pop culture. True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.' Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on X @crimewrit ...
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A weekly podcast by a national professional association for mystery and crime writers in Canada. Crime Writers of Canada (CWC) is a national non-profit organization for Canadian mystery and crime writers, associated professionals, and others with a serious interest in Canadian crime writing. Our mission is to promote Canadian crime writing and to raise the profile of Canadian crime writers with readers, reviewers, librarians, booksellers, and media. Hosted by Erik D'Souza
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A podcast for crime writers who value authenticity in their stories. In each episode, former detective inspector, Steve Keogh, talks through his experiences as a murder investigator, shedding light on a world that few get to see. If you are a crime writer, who wants to understand how murders are really investigated, this is the podcast for you.
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Gavin Reese interviews authors and experts to help all writers compose more authentic cops, crimes, and criminals in their stories. During his law enforcement career, Gavin comforted the dying, talked dozens out of suicide, and saved domestic abuse victims from their assailants. He’s taken child rapists, murderers, and human traffickers into police custody, and enjoyed the distinct honor of protecting visiting foreign royalty and national American political figures from both sides of the ais ...
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Author interviews with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer writers of mystery, suspense, and thriller novels. We also give crime genre LGBTQ book recommendations. Brad Shreve chats with authors to learn who they are as well as touching on their craft. This is the source to add to your list of must read LGBTQ books. Rated by Buzzfeed as one of the 20 Best Queer Podcasts in 2022. No new episodes are being made for this show but check out Brad's new show Queer We Are where he intervie ...
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Welcome to Murder and Mayhem – the podcast where we explore the dark and mysterious side of writing. It’s a world filled with more evil and crime than you can shake a sharpened stick at – where people save the world from certain destruction, where spies, terrorists and thugs abound, and where the killer could be someone in your very own home. It's also a world often filled with flawed heroes and likeable villains. But above all, it’s a place where we explore the authors who tell these very s ...
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Melissa Yi’s novel, Shapes of Wrath, was nominated for The Howard Engel Award for Best Crime Novel Set in Canada sponsored by Charlotte Engel and CWC. Melissa Yi, also known as Dr. Melissa Yuan-Innes, is an emergency physician with an active practice and an award-winning writing career. She is a Derringer Award winning author and was a CWC Award of…
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How did America law enforcement get to its present state of near-unaccountability? An examination of its history shows policing has its origins in running slave patrols, displacing indigenous tribes, and coercing organized labor. Once used as a tool by the powerful to maintain social order and protect their personal property, modern police have bec…
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Former detective inspector, Steve Keogh, shares 10 mistakes killers make that leads to them being caught. If you enjoy these podcasts, you may wish to join the online community at https://steve-keogh.thinkific.com/pages/landing-page where you can meet and talk with fellow authors, take part in regular Q&As with Steve Keogh and make use of the onlin…
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Marcelle Dubé writes mystery and speculative fiction novels and short stories. She grew up near Montreal, lived in the Yukon for 35 years and now calls Alberta home. Her short fiction has appeared in several magazines and anthologies. In 2021, she won the CWC award for Best Short Story. Her story, Reversion, published in April 2023 edition of Myste…
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Thirty Feet Under, a novel by William Woodhams was nominated for The Award for Best Unpublished Manuscript. Bill lives in Burlington, Ontario. He is an author and award-winning copywriter who has been inspiring people with the life-changing possibilities of cell phones, hamburgers and drywall for over twenty years. His stories have been published i…
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JUKEBOX EMPIRE, by David Rabinovitch is nominated for The Brass Knuckles Award for Best Nonfiction Crime Book sponsored by David Reid Simpson Law Firm (Hamilton). David Rabinovitch is an EMMY, Peabody, and Gemini Award-winning film maker. With a background in investigative journalism, he has testified before Congress, documented human rights abuses…
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Sheilla Jones and James Burns' story, Murder on Richmond Road: An Enquiry Bureau Mystery, is nominated for The Award for Best Unpublished Manuscript. Sheila Jones is an award-winning journalist and best-selling science author. James Burns is an award-winning author and an editor of Prairie History and curator Emeritus of paleontology at the Royal A…
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Why is (almost) everyone talking about the Karen Read case? If you've also been wondering, you're in luck. Rebecca was asked to dive into it for the Boston Globe's Say More podcast, and on this special crossover edition of Crime Writers On, we're thrilled to share that episode. Rebecca chats with host Shirley Leung and courts reporter Sean Cotter a…
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M.H. Callway’s story, Wisteria Cottage, Published in Malice Domestic is nominated for Best Crime Short Story. M. H. Callway’s crime fiction has won or been short-listed for several leading awards including the Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence, the Debut Dagger, and the Derringer. Her thriller, Windigo Fire (Seraphim Editions), was a fin…
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In this episode, former Scotland Yard detective inspector, Steve Keogh, explains the procedures detectives go through at the scene of a murder. If you enjoy these podcasts, you may wish to join the online community at https://steve-keogh.thinkific.com/pages/landing-page where you can meet and talk with fellow authors, take part in regular Q&As with…
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In this episode, former Scotland Yard detective inspector, Steve Keogh, explains what it is like being a murder detective. He explains his journey there, plus the challenges and rewards of the role. If you enjoy these podcasts, you may wish to join the online community at https://steve-keogh.thinkific.com/pages/landing-page where you can meet and t…
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A hardscrabble journalist is reassigned to help an American podcaster investigate a cold case in a remote Irish village. After twenty years, Bodkin is set to resume its annual Samhain celebration - a tradition that was canceled after three people disappeared the night of the pagan festival. While host Gilbert Power focuses primarily on the human in…
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Charlotte is a retired lawyer and holds a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing. Now she focuses on writing mysteries. She writes novels and short stories, ranging from gritty investigations to lighter capers. Her short stories have appeared in Black Cat Mystery Magazine, Black Cat Weekly, and several anthologies. Two years ago I interviewed her …
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donalee Moulton’s story, Troubled Water, has been nominated for an Award of Excellence in The Best Crime Short Story category. Donalee has been writing professionally for over 25 years. She has been published in The Globe and Mail, Chatelaine, Maclean’s, Canadian Business, and The National Post. Her short story, “Swan Song,” is in the CWC anthology…
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Donnie Dunn, an aspiring stand-up comedian, extends a courtesy to a distraught pub customer. Martha Scott becomes a friend and a regular at the bar, but her fixation on Donnie starts crossing boundaries. He tries to push away, but a spurned Martha begins an unrelenting stalking campaign which upends his life. The stress of the stalking triggers rep…
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Iona Whishaw’s novel, TO TRACK A TRAITOR, has been nominated for The Whodunit Award for Best Traditional Mystery sponsored by Jane Doe. Iona Whishaw has been a youth worker, social worker, teacher and an award winning High School Principal, who continued with her writing throughout her working life. Receiving her Masters in Creative writing from UB…
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Robyn Harding’s novel, THE DROWNING WOMAN, (Grand Central Publishing) is nominated for The Peter Robinson Award for Best Crime Novel sponsored by Rakuten Kobo. Robyn is a Vancouver crime writer known for her bestselling novels including The Perfect Family, The Arrangement, Her Pretty Face, and The Party. She was nominated for the 2018 Arthur Ellis …
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Craig H. Bowlsby’s story, REQUIEM FOR A LOTUS is nominated for The Award for Best Unpublished Manuscript Born and raised in Vancouver, Craig has a BFA in creative writing from UBC and has studied extensively with the brilliant and celebrated author William Deverell. Last year, he won the Award of Excellence for the Best Crime Short Story, sponsored…
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Police in Austin, Texas had no clue as to who was behind a package bomb that killed a homeowner in March 2018. Ten days later, when two more devices exploded in the city, investigators knew they were dealing with a serial bomber. With each new attack, the devices were more sophisticated. But authorities caught a break when bombs found at a FedEx fa…
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Vicki Delany has been nominated twice in The Whodunit Award for Best Traditional Mystery sponsored by Jane Doe category. Steeped in Malice (published by Kensington Books) and The Game is a Footnote (published by Crooked Lane Books) are both on the shortlist. Vicki is one of Canada’s most prolific and varied crime writers and a national bestseller i…
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This is the trailer episode for Murder Investigation For Crime Writers. Your host, former detective inspector Steve Keogh, previews the upcoming episodes. This is a podcast dedicated to helping authors who believe authenticity is important for them and their readers. It is the first podcast to sed light on how murders are investigated in the UK, wi…
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Grifter Thomas Ripley is hired by a wealthy businessman to convince his prodigal son to return from his extended holiday in Italy. But instead he ingratiates himself with Dickie Greenleaf and shares in his host’s life of luxury. Once he overstays his welcome, Ripley hatches a plan to get rid of Dickie and assume his playboy identity. Instead of Eas…
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Steve Urszenyi’s debut international thriller, Perfect Shot, is nominated for Best Crime First Novel sponsored by Melodie Campbell Steve served for many years as a paramedic and a police tactical medic. He is an expert in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives (CBRNE) incident response. When not writing, Steve loves internation…
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Gail Bowen is nominated for The Whodunit Award for Best Traditional Mystery sponsored by Jane Doe. THE LEGACY is 22 book in her long running Joanne Kilbourn series, several of which were either nominated for or received awards, including the then named Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel in 1994, for A COLDER KIND OF DEATH. She has also written four …
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In 1988, three months after going missing from a lake in San Angelo, Texas, the bodies of teenagers Shane Stewart and Sally McNelly were discovered - the pair had been shot. Among those in their friend group were a collection of self-styled occultists, and evidence of satanic rituals was found near the park where they vanished. Evidence suggested t…
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An Interview with Maureen Jennings, the 2024 recipient of the Grandmaster Lifetime Achievement Award from Crime Writers of Canada. This prestigious award recognizes her long-term contribution to Canadian and international mystery writing. Established in 2014, the Grand Master Award is given to a Canadian crime writer with a substantial body of work…
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Among the missing persons cases online sleuth Todd Matthews followed were that of two boys from the same family who vanished 25 years apart. He was shocked to receive a call from a man who thought he might be Phillip Steven Brandenburg, the baby who went missing in 1974. Todd determined Steve Patterson was indeed the John Doe they’d been searching …
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In 2014, Sarah Koenig and Dana Chivvis traveled to Guantánamo Bay hoping to find the untold stories about the infamous military prison. They found many friendly soldiers willing to repeat Army talking points, but no one willing to be candid about life at the detention center. A decade later, the pair reached out to those people, many who had left t…
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Ludvica Boota (Progaming Director) and Erik D'Souza (Social Media Coordinator) discuss Crime Writers Canada's 2024 Awards of Excellence. They congradulate some of the nominees and talk about the voting process. Learn more about Crime Writers of Canada at: crimewriterscanada.com Find past video interviews at: youtube.com/@crimewritersofcanada1279…
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After being booked, defendants in Nashville’s justice system must navigate a labyrinth of challenges. They include people whose mental illness gets them in trouble, an abuse survivor who finds herself both victim and defendant, a couple using jail as an opportunity to get clean from heroin, and teenagers facing life sentences for murder. There are …
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