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The Best in True crime Interview from the House of Mystery radio show over ten years of broadcasting. Everyone from the victims, culprits, law enforcement, judges, lawyers, prosecutors, and more. During major crime events, we have tried to talk with all sides involved and have created two books so far fully covering the OJ Simpson Trial and the Making A Murderer Netflix series. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Many talented people's writings and movies address the deep, dark mysteries of our world — across both Fiction (Horror, Crime, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, Romance, LGBT) and Non-Fiction (Crime, History, Science, Paranormal) stories. Please step into the “House of Mystery” 5 nights a week and join us as we go deep into the creative process behind our esteemed guests' works. Past Guests in Non-Fiction have included Marcia Clark (of the O.J. Simpson trial), Robert Kennedy, Jr., Jesse Ventura, Bur ...
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Matthew Richer, coauthor of the book ' Kurt Cobain Murder or Suicide, You Decide' Talked updates and about all of the untruths of his coauthor Tom Grant Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/houseofmysteryradio. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/houseofmysteryradio. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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It’s 1988, and secrets that were buried in the jungles of Vietnam twenty years earlier are starting to re-emerge. David “Kick” Tacker is a Canadian-born—but American-made—stone-cold killer, and is barely holding his psyche together; shattered by years of war and violence. He fought in MACV-SOG’s secret war in Vietnam until there was no more war to …
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In his debut novel, "Trust No One," Michael Hearns introduced readers to the captivating world of Vice Intelligence and Narcotics detective Cade Taylor. The subsequent books, "Grasping Smoke: A Cade Taylor Novel" and "One More Move: A Cade Taylor Novel," were widely acclaimed solidifying Cade Taylor as a remarkable action-driven character in the li…
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Tattooed from her neck to her toesand sporting a gold tooth as sharp as her wisecracks, Sister Holiday struggles to stay on the righteous path. Never one to make things easy for herself, she’s committed to taking her permanent vows with the Sisters of the Sublime Blood and joining former fire inspector Magnolia Riveaux’s latest venture, Redemption …
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The first Orchid Isle cozy mystery, set in tropical Hilo, Hawai'i, introduces a fun and feisty LGBTQ+ couple who swap surfing lessons for sleuthing sessions! Retired caterer Valerie Corbin and her wife Kristen have come to the Big Island of Hawai'i to treat themselves to a well-earned tropical vacation. After the recent loss of her brother, Valerie…
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Katya Petrovna, a prodigy of survival from Moscow’s shadowy alleys, faces her greatest challenge yet—cracking the impenetrable armour of the Russian casino mafiya. Once under the casino’s gilded dome, Katya’s mission falters as her cover buckles under scrutiny from the mafiya’s hawk-eyed bosses. As her gambits edge towards checkmate, the line blurs…
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“What happens at Grandma’s house, stays at Grandma’s house.” The problem is A. J. (Alison Jane) Cadell can’t remember Grandma or her house. Dreaming of becoming a best-selling romance novelist, Alison is invited to Beech Grove, British Columbia to be a Writer-in-Residence and reside at Thistlewood Manor for a month. When a resident of the manor is …
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Professor William Dresden has found solitude in the south of France to grapple with his troubled past— a neglected upbringing, failed romances, the recent demolition of his life' s work in academia, and even witnessing genocide, among other secrets. But he soon learns that he has much larger problems when an adrift MI6 officer, Adeline Parker, call…
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Following City on Fire and City of Dreams, City in Ruins is the explosive, impossible to put down conclusion to New York Times bestselling author Don Winslow’s epic, genre-defining crime trilogy and the final book of Winslow's extraordinary career. Sometimes you have to become what you hate to protect what you love. Danny Ryan is rich. Beyond his w…
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Private detectives Luke, Lyle, and Debbie have seen the worst of the worst, but nothing will prepare them for the new danger they must face. After uncovering the corruption of former State Governor, Marva DeLonghi, and sending her to prison, the trio thought their work was done. But when Marva escapes and powerful crime lord Philipe Ruskov demands …
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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished In the scorching summer of 1988, amidst the frenzy of the Satanic Panic gripping the nation, private detective O’Keefe finds himself thrust into a trial like no other. As he strives to establish his fledgling agency, the last thing he anticipates is being drawn into a harrowing legal battle. But when Virginia Montrose, …
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The Sino-Nippon war is over. It is 2113 and Japan is crushed under the might of Chinese-Allied Forces. A former Coalition Corps soldier, US Marine Balaam Hendrix is now a feared bounty hunter known as ‘The Reverend’. In the sprawl of NeuTokyo, on this lawless frontier, he must track down the rogue employee of a notorious crime lord. But, there’s a …
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In 2059 two very different groups have their minds uploaded into a quantum computer in Waterloo, Ontario. One group consists of astronauts preparing for Earth’s first interstellar voyage. The other? Convicted murderers, serving their sentences in a virtual-reality prison. But when disaster strikes, the astronauts and the prisoners must download bac…
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Bram Stoker, his life, his research and writing of Dracula to promote a documentary film called Father of Dracula, being made by an Irish film maker, Jason Figgis, and written by John West. I have contributed years of research and do the narration on the film. Dracula is the most famous horror character in literature. Over a hundred years after the…
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She may not be the hero they want, but she is the one they need. Born in a kingdom where women are kept from power, Elowen has been trained as a warrior by her father, a former general. When her father is ordered out of retirement, she joins him on a journey to thwart a plot to assassinate the king. Tragedy strikes in defense of the royal family, a…
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On a warm spring day in April 1734, a fire raged through Montreal’s merchant quarters. When the flames finally died, 46 buildings – including the Hôtel-Dieu convent and hospital – had been destroyed. Within hours, rumors ran rampant that Marie-Joseph Angélique, an enslaved Black woman fighting for her freedom, had started the fire with her white lo…
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No one ever knows what lurks beyond the light until it's too late. And for the unsuspecting victims, their worst nightmares come to life when they venture too far into the darkness. For where light is void, so are all forms of evil and unmentionable horrors. In 'Shadows by Gaslight,' you'll journey through cobblestone streets and opulent parlors to…
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