After graduating from the Columbia Publishing Course in 2016, Olivia found her happy place—a job where she could express her bibliophilic passions all day, every day. Now she writes and edits articles for six genre-specific book sites, covering everything from marriages of convenience on A Love So True to the best historical fiction novels on Early Bird Books. Even when she isn’t on the clock, she is likely defending Cersei Lannister’s right to the Iron Throne, quoting Outlander as if it’s Shakespeare, or trying to solve the JonBenet Ramsey case.
In a controversial true crime book, Nancy Styler maintains that she played no part in the murder of her socialite landlord.
Kevin Bryant claimed he had nothing to do with his wife's murder—but the crime scene told a different story.
For over ten years, Derrick Todd Lee managed to escape Louisiana police—and murder seven women.
A ghost hunter shares unsettling anecdotes—and chilling audio—from investigations at two of America's most haunted sites.
In My Life in Orange, a former Rajneeshee writes about his childhood as a member of the infamous sex cult.
Twenty-six books that reveal the twisted minds of killers.
The Lone Star State is home to some of the most notorious killers.
Known as the Ypsilanti Ripper, the Michigan murderer beat and strangled seven women between 1967 and 1969.
Ronald J. Dominique, dubbed the Bayou Strangler, went on a decade-long murder spree in rural Louisiana.
Care for a bedtime story?
In the late 1970s, the "Vampire of Sacramento" brutally murdered six people in less than a month.
Did Jack Barron kill his entire family to gain sympathy from others?
In this psychological thriller, a husband's disappearance begins a dangerous game of deception.
Chucky and Jigsaw still want you to play their games.
Causing sleepless nights for decades.
Hide your kids, hide your wife—the clowns are killing everybody out there.
Lock your doors all you want—there's no escaping the human mind.
Can the Disney heartthrob make the transition to cold-blooded killer?
We will never look at elephants the same way again.