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Author Archives: Loretta Dillon

Loretta Dillon began her writing career publishing a neighborhood newspaper and handwritten and illustrated books as a child in a Cleveland suburb. Her strongest literary influences were MAD magazine and Mark Twain. When introduced to the internet, Dillon created a blog to showcase her satire that evolved into a popular forum on relationships, recovery and true crime stories, specifically spousal murder. Selected entries were published as a book in 2005 that was honored as a finalist for a non-fiction "Blooker" award. Dillon's comedy play, "The Smoking Diary" was produced off-Broadway in 2009.

The Anthony Sowell Murders: And Then There Were 10

Cleveland's first accused serial killer since the infamous "torso murders" buried at least ten bodies in his house...and counting. Read More »

Circumcision: Let Your Boy(s) Decide?

To circumcise or not? It's now a political debate! Read More »

The Mackey Backlash

Mackey alienates his main constituency - was it ego, hubris or simply a bad marketing decision? Read More »

Book Review: Cell by Stephen King

As disappointing as a 45-second roller-coaster that you wait in line two hours to ride. Read More »

DVD Review: Fahrenheit 9/11

Moore portrayed Roger Smith, CEO of General Motors, and George W. Bush as avaricious, secretive demagogues. Read More »

Book Review: The New Pearl Harbor by David Ray Griffin

Why did the 9/11 Commission omit and distort many facts that pointed to (at the very least) complicity among government officials and massive obfuscation? Read More »

Book Review: For Laci

The ultimate chronicle of the Laci Peterson case. Read More »

Book Review: Matt Dalton’s Presumed Guilty

His first sentence reveals the reason his book fails as a treatise proclaiming Scott Peterson's "factual innocence". Read More »

A Million Little Suckers

While Frey is laughing all the way to the bank, millions of readers have been duped. Read More »

Should Tookie be Spared?

The prevailing controversy surrounding Stanley “Tookie” Williams’s impending execution on December 13 is a good example of why the death penalty should be eliminated in states like California. Read More »