Court TV Teams with Top Authors For New True Crime Series

July 2006
Book Publishing Report;7/10/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 26, p4
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The article reports that Court TV in New York has teamed up with some of the world's award-winning authors for its new television series "America's Crime Writers: Murder They Wrote." The show will feature interesting true crime stories which will be aired starting November 13, 2006. Some of the authors who have agreed to share their points of view on the real-crime documentaries are Michael Connelly, James Ellroy and Faye Kellerman.


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