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And the Winners Are…

Thanks to everyone who cast a vote in the Best True Crime Books of 2012 survey. It’s great seeing so many speak out about their favorite books and authors!

Before we get to the winners, I wanted to point out married women between the ages of 40 and 49, living in the Southwestern United States are the largest true crime audience. For quite a few days, the ladies maintained a healthy lead on the men but in the final days, the guys started catching up; leaving the ladies to win by only a hair of a percentage.

So, what I deduced from this is that true crime reading men are procrastinators.

Just kidding, guys! :)

True Crime Zine Best of 2012And now, without further ado, here are the Best True Crime Books of 2012:

10. Slaughter on North Lasalle by Robert L. Snow

9. The Crime Buffs Guide to Outlaw Washington D.C. by Ron Franscell

8. Honour Bound: My Journey to Hell and Back with Amanda Knox by Raffaele Sollecito

7. One Last Kiss: The True Story of a Minister’s Bodyguard, His Beautiful Mistress, and a Brutal Triple Homicide by Michael Cuneo

6. Never See Them Again by M. William Phelps

5. Her Deadly Web: The True Story of a Former Nurse and The Strange and Suspicious Deaths of Her Two Husbands by Diane Fanning

4. Lost Girls by Caitlin Rother

3. The Millionaire’s Wife: The True Story of a Real Estate Tycoon, His Beautiful Young Mistress, and a Marriage that Ended in Murder by Cathy Scott

2. Fatal Friends, Deadly Neighbors and Other True Cases: Ann Rules Crime Files: Volume 16 by Ann Rule

And the number one choice among readers for best true crime book of 2012 is…Deadly Little Secrets: The Minister, His Mistress, and a Heartless Texas Murder by Kathryn Casey

Congratulations to all of these authors for a job well done!

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4 Responses to "And the Winners Are…"

  1. Congratulations to all, especially my friend Kathryn Casey, crime writer and sleuth extraordinaire. Well done!

  2. charlotte says:

    Well done Raf, 8th place is pretty sweet x

  3. Beverly Morrison says:

    Congratulations on your book being chosen as numb one! Looking forward to many more great books from you! Love that you are from Texas and I think it gives a good perspective from the area that resonates with central, Midwest and Southern readers. Wish I still lived there! Happy writing!!

  4. Dhebi says:

    Congratulations to ALL!

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