Hardcover Mysteries 1 Season 2010
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1. David Baldacci In 1964, D.C. socialite Mary Meyer was murdered. At the trial, the revelation of Mary's diary, which detailed an affair with President Kennedy, leads many to conspiracy theories and became the partial basis for Baldacci's best-seller, Absolute Power.
2. Lisa Scottoline Detectives investigating the homicide of a 15-year-old girl uncover a shocking murder-for-hire scheme plotted by the victim herself. Lisa Scottoline, whose thrillers often explore family relationships, untangles the web of this family triangle.
3. Sandra Brown The body of a young man is found brutally murdered in East Texas. Investigators believe a local gang with a hateful agenda is behind the crime. Sandra Brown offers insight into this landmark hate-crime case, which inspired her book, The Witness.
4. Linda Fairstein A vast investigation into the disappearance of millionaire Manhattan socialite Irene Silverman uncovers two prime suspects, a mother and son killing team. Linda Fairstein provides a behind-the-scenes account of the police investigation.
5. Sara Paretsky Carmin Ross is found stabbed to death in her Lawrence, KS home. This case captured novelist Sara Paretsky's attention because of how investigators methodically unraveled the suspect's carefully crafted story.
6. Harlan Coben Both of Harlan Coben's New York Times #1 bestsellers feature girls who disappear and a community's quest for answers. Themes are reflected in the true story of Brianna Denison's abduction and the questions that left echos throughout Reno, NV.
7. Kathy Reichs Critically acclaimed best-selling author, Dr. Kathy Reichs recounts her real-life involvement as forensic anthropologist in one of the most sensational homicide investigations in Canadian history.
8. Joseph Wambaugh Joseph Wambaugh traces the landmark case that was the subject of his bestseller "The Blooding." When two English girls are murdered in the small community of Leceister, investigators use a new technique called DNA fingerprinting to catch a killer.
|Director||David Cargill, Ron Gordon|
|Starring||Philip Hersh, Danna Kistler|
|Supporting actors||Massimo Quagliano, Sherry Reeves, Josephine Rene, Mitchell Salberg, Sue Scalisi, Richard Schimmelpfenneg|
|Producers||David Cargill, Peter Hankwitz, Nino Lopez, Joseph Peicott, Aris Stoulil|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Really enjoyed the show. Very interesting to blend crime fiction, one of my favorite genres, with real life. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jeff Sobers
I am a huge true crime fan and read this book years ago but never actually got to see any news footage mainly because I was too young when it happened. Sincerely, D.C.Published 15 months ago by D. Coughlin
A bit lurid at times but not titillating enough to be compelling. One aspect that is off-putting is the fact that it's edited for commercial television so there are lots of breaks... Read morePublished 16 months ago by John Farrell
Love the stories and the sound. Having the authors present the stories to the viewers is a great idea!
This could have been a great opportunity to showcase the work of some good fiction authors... But it is an opportunity sacrificed on the alter of "reality" TV. So sad!Published 16 months ago by Plainbrown1
This is a rehash of the dreadful "reality TV" junk. Just terrible. Why any published author would participate in such a venture is difficult to conjure.Published 16 months ago by Gloria Jean Johnston
I love crime stores and this gave an inside on how writers create their stories.
It always is fun to see how the detective puts the clues together
Love it. No need to say much else!! Except still love it - only downside is only 1 season, if I'm not mistaken.Published 16 months ago by movieluvr
I would much rather read or watch fictional mysteries because I find true crime a sordid occupation after a while. Read morePublished 16 months ago by kathryn