Thursday, July 28, 2016

New York Times Reviews True Crime Addict!

The New York Times reviews True Crime Addict in this Sunday's print edition!

"Shamelessly entertaining," says Marilyn Stasio.

"James Renner is just plain fun to read."

Grab a copy on Sunday. You can also read it, now, here.

18 comments:

  1. The New York Times. That is beyond huge. And it's a great review too. Major congratulations!!!!!

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  2. I loved the book... Great read

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  3. It's amazing how different a review feels when you can tell the reviewer actually read the book. Congrats on the great review well deserved!

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  4. Amazing!!! Congrats James.

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  5. Congrats and well-deserved! This should make you very happy!

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  6. Congratulations--that's a nice review.

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  7. I'm not surprised at all. You deserve this review.

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  8. Good for you, better for Maura Murray.

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  9. Really enjoyed the book and pleased to see it getting the praise it deserves. Congrats.

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  10. I know you stated that you're moving on to other projects, but I don't think you can let this go so easy; especially given your obsessive nature!

    Any plans for a follow up book?

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  11. I read the book and loved it! Read it in nearly one go.I pride myself in being a true crime addict beginning with the Sam Shepard trial. I was 12 and living in Columbus at that time and caught the bug from my mom and aunt who talked of nothing else. Good for you, Mr. Renner. Best wishes

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  12. Just finished the audiobook...your narration was so riveting I listened to the full 6 hours in one sitting. Recommending to my book club. Congrats !

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  13. Hi from Finland!
    I finally had a chance to purchase your audio book and it was excellent! Ive been following the blog for a year now, and have listened to you on various podcasts! Ive so enjoyed both that I knew I had to get the book! Like some others have commented, I too listened to it in one go! Im glad for this great review you deserve it! Good job!

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  14. Why did Bill's family give Maura pre-paid calling cards if they knew she had a cell phone (that they were paying the bill for)?

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  15. Thought this was an interesting development in case that has been cold for 39 years....just goes to show that new details are always emerging and every case has the potential to be solved with patience and persistence. http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2016/08/person_of_interest_identified.html

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  16. You can check out my interview with James conducted several days prior to the book's release here: https://truecrimefactor.com/2016/05/21/true-crime-factor-interview-james-renner-2/.

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  17. Bought your book based on NYT review. Fascinating case, well told. Best wishes.

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  18. Not gonna lie.. miss the posts. I know your done with the book... but.. lets find Maura

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