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An account of the author's lifelong fascination with true crime and his obsessive quest to find Maura Murray, a UMass student whose disappearance in 2004 has stumped authorities to this day.
JAMES RENNER is the author of The Serial Killer's Apprentice and several other works of nonfiction. His true crime stories have appeared in The Best American Crime Writing anthology, as well the Cleveland Scene and Cracked.com. His method of using social media to solve cold cases was the subject of a CNN profile, in 2015. He has also written two novels, The Man from Primrose Lane and The Great Forgetting. He lives in Akron with his wife and children.
"Renner ... is just plain fun to read."-- The New York Times "You have not read a book like this before and, I'd wager, you'll not engage with its like again...Renner is a tantalizing and almost gleeful tour guide to and through the impulses of the armchair detective." --StarTribune "Renner keeps digging until the toll of his obsession creeps into his personal life...[He] shares snippets of his own life while collecting bits of Murray's, almost balancing out the scales of information. The mystery of Murray's whereabouts is baffling...Renner keeps searching for the truth before the case consumes him. His chipping away at the facts of a ten-year-old case makes the reader hope that, in the end, the answers will be uncovered. An entrancing, brilliant next step for fans of the podcast Serial, Netflix's Making a Murderer, and other true crime cases." --Library Journal, starred review on True Crime Addict "Brutally honest, no-holds-barred storytelling ... Renner brilliantly covers all the bases here, unravels part of the mystery, sheds light on his personal struggles while, in the process, making us care for the victim." --New York Times bestselling author M. William Phelps on True Crime Addict "Renner's walk on the dark side makes for a highly compelling read." --Kathryn Casey, bestselling author of Deliver Us on True Crime Addict "Renner's personal involvement in the case--and his self-destructive, relentless dedication to confronting the darkness at the heart of it[...is] noteworthy." --Publishers Weekly on True Crime Addict