I owe a big thanks to the team at Kim Knows Nothing. They gave a wonderful shout-out about True Crime Librarian on their most recent episode, (No. 15) “The Suicide Killer” . Check for the mention at the 2:19 mark.
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Quite a Mix-Up
Saw this gem of a sign outside a local doctor’s office. Not sure if I should have laughed or cried.
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Congratulations! All writers crave worthy forums to showcase their talents. I’m glad you have another one. By the way, thanks for following my site. I’ll be reviewing The Midnight Assassin by Skip Hollandsworth next. He’s a fellow Texan and “Assassin” is about America’s “first” serial killer–in Austin no less. Cheers.
Thank you! Not to steal your thunder, but is this the killer who went after chambermaids with the hatchet?
I look forward to reading your review. Glad to support another Texan.
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It is. Sadly, and typically, the killings didn’t garner much attention until he killed a white woman. Then everybody went bananas and there was the, inevitable, purely speculative linkage to Jack the Ripper. To me, that’s blah , blah. I’m more interested in the psychology of the murderer and what they were and were not able to glean, in that regard, at the time.