Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads

“The Abyss: Linda Fairstein, “When They See Us,” and the Central Park Five” by Nick Kolakowski (Mystery Tribune)

“Psychological Thrillers Demand Complex Villains” by Nathan Ripley, author of “Find You in the Dark” and the newly published “Your Life Is Mine” (CrimeReads)

“What White Writers Should Know About Telling Black Stories” by Nancy Johnson (Writer Unboxed)

“The History of Queer True Crime and the Legacy of Tom Ripley” by James Polchin, author of “Indecent Advances: A Hidden History of True Crime and Prejudice Before Stonewall” (CrimeReads)

The First Two Pages: “Flamingo Bingo” by Terrie Farley Moran (Art Taylor, Writer)

Interview with J.A. Kazimer, author of “A Shot of Murder” (Midnight Ink, 2019) (Lesa’s Book Critiques)

Book Review: “Who’s that Girl?” by T.S. Hunter (Red Dog Press, 2019) (The Bearded Book Blogger)

Book Review: “Rendezvous in Black” by Cornell Woolrich (His Futile Preoccupations)

Book: “Unamerica” by Cody Goodfellow (King Shot Press / Broken River Books, 2019)

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