I think this was the first true crime podcast I subscribed to. It’s like a dirty little secret – not the greatest audio quality. It doesn’t seem to be produced and edited to perfection. But it is very informative.
Every week host Dan Zupansky will interview the authors that have written about the most shocking killers of all time.
True murder – good and not so great
One of the books that made a lasting impression is “Watch me die” by Dr. Bill Kimberlin. Goodreads reviews about the book isn’t very positive, but the interview was riveting.
One author I always have great difficulty listening to is Fred Rosen. He might write great books – judging from the topics, etc. – but oh my goodness he’s really annoying in interviews (personal opinion).
If you ever need to find a good true crime read, go through the True Murder archives. Or get an Ann Rule – you can’t go wrong with Ann Rule.