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Movie Review: J.C. Chandor’s ‘A Most Violent Year’ Starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain

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Chandor's terrific new film "A Violent Year," is an absorbing character study that recalls the gritty Lumet and Coppola dramas of the 1970s. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Tokyo Karaoke Murder’ by Fran Pickering

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Japanphiles and crime lovers alike will love this introduction to the Josie Clark in Japan series. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Tinseltown’ by William J. Mann

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A look back into the history of Hollywood takes us into a more sinister and shady backdrop of murder. Read More »

Interview with Erna Mueller, Author of ‘K-9 Cop’

"Success to me means getting my book into the hands of as many readers as possible. "

Success to me means getting my book into the hands of as many readers as possible. You don’t write a book to hide on your bookshelf. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Jack Taylor, Set 2′

Iain Glen as Jack Taylor

As Taylor, Iain Glen will have you leaning into the screen watching his every move and listening to his every word. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Riot in Cell Block 11′ – The Criterion Collection

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Don Siegel's Folsom Prison blues. Read More »

How Social Media Has a Become Crime-Fighting Tool

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Using social media as a crime-fighting tool doesn’t only help with catching criminals, it also engages the communities and humanizes police officers. Read More »

What To Do, What To Do: The Crime of Sexual Assault

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Our societal barometer is broken. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Jack Irish, Set 2′

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An example of how good television can be when people put their minds to it Read More »

Book Review: ‘Stealing the Moon & Stars’ by Sally J. Smith and Jean Steffens

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Money often is the root of all evil, especially when those that suffer are the innocent and most in need. Read More »