Originally from California, Sarah has been writing and editing professionally since moving to New York after college. You can often find her obsessing over anything old and classic—especially when the cover requires some dusting off. Her favorite books include the entire Harry Potter series, Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, and A Separate Peace by John Knowles.
When Randy Roth’s fourth wife Cynthia died in an “accidental drowning,” police looked into his suspicious past and were shocked by what they found.
Warning: Serious nightmare fuel awaits.
Young Richie Diener showed signs of trouble. Then, on the night of February 27, 1972, those troubles came to a tragic end.
This serial killer was convicted of 49 murders, though he confessed to at least 71.
In an instant, their lives were changed forever.
As the investigation into her New Year's Day kidnapping unfolded, some details just didn’t add up…
The truth is more terrifying than fiction.
From the never-caught Zodiac Killer to charming-but-deadly Ted Bundy, there’s always more to the story.
What really happened on that fateful Friday the 13th in 1980?
Because a truly scary story is timeless.
Unreliable narrators and terrifying suspense are just the beginning...
Ted Bundy’s story was just the beginning.
Chocolates and flowers might not satisfy these vicious “caretakers.”
They will hold you in suspense until the very end.
Witching Hour: Vices and Virtues collects twisted and terrifying stories that will haunt your dreams.
Warning: Read only if you can afford some sleepless nights.
A murderer once thought to be dead is very much alive in this thriller.
Michelle McNamara’s obsessive search for the man who terrorized California during the 1970s and ‘80s is chronicled in her book, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark.
A romantic relationship gone awry and troubles at home could explain why many still believe Lizzie Borden killed her parents.
In Ruth Rendell’s psychological thriller, the paths of three lost individuals converge with deadly results.