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TRUE CRIME BOOKS BLOG

FROM AUTHOR HARRY N. MACLEAN

Emmett Till — Facts Are Facts

In an article in the February issue of American Way Magazine, the author writes that Emmett Till was murdered at the Bryant grocery store...

Debate over Del Clement continues…

The debate over Del Clement continues. Loved ones often have a hard time seeing the truth of the ones they love. I spent three years in...

James Ford Seale — Round Two

James Ford Seale –Round Two on the Statute of Limitations Issue The federal appellate process can be long and tangled. On March 13 the...

A Lawyer Goes to Prison

I just returned from three weeks on Ocean Isle Beach, one of the barrier islands not far from Wilmington, North Carolina. I went there to...

The Past Is Never Dead–Is It?

The title of my new book seems suddenly to have become quite popular. Frances Ford Coppola recently used it in describing one of his...

AP, James Ford Seale and Harry MacLean

I was pleased to see the AP piece on “The Past Is Never Dead” (finally) came out yesterday. http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2009/dec/2...

Court Turns Down James Ford Seale

On November 1, the Supreme Court issued a decision declining to hear the appeal of James Ford Seale on the question of whether the...

Book Tour in the South

Well, not the whole South, but I did TV, radio and print in Jackson, Oxford and Memphis. In the old days, an escort picked you up at the...

Publication Day

October 5, publication day for “The Past Is Never Dead,” arrived on the heels of the NPR  “All Things Considered” interview, which played...

Interview — The Past Is Never Dead

I’m excited about a new interview true crime writer Gregg Olsen just published on the book at his site for “The Past is Never Dead”:...

Strange Justice

Never underestimate the eccentricities or bizarre outcomes generated by the American criminal justice system. The fate of James Ford...

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