Crimescape® Signs Popular True Crime Author Kevin F. McMurray
Crimescape® is proud to announce that veteran true crime author Kevin F. McMurray is writing a new ebook called Fatal Trust, the story of a 12-year-old girl who goes missing for 13 months. Sometimes, it is better not to know the truth after your child is found.
Kevin F. McMurray has been writing about true crime and adventure stories for the last 17 years. His articles on such notorious crimes as the D.B.Cooper air piracy case, the unsolved LaGuardia Airport terrorist bombing, and the murder of 13-year old Matthew Margolies in Greenwich, Connecticut have appeared in Connecticut Magazine, Chic, and Oui, and other magazines.
McMurray is author of two history/adventure books, the well-received Deep Descent: Adventure and Death Diving the Andrea Doria (Simon & Schuster, 2001), and Dark Descent: Diving and the Deadly Allure of the Empress of Ireland (McGraw-Hill, 2004).
His true crime books include If You Really Loved Me (St. Martin’s Press ,2005); A Family Cursed, The Kissel Dynasty, a Gilded Fortune and Two Brutal Murders (St. Martin’s Press, 2007); Desire Turned Deadly, The True Story of a Beautiful Girl, Her Teenage Sweetheart and the Love that Ended in Murder. (St. Martin’s Press, 2009); One Dark Night, A Story of Deceit, Desire and Murder in a Peaceful Town (St. Martin’s Press, 2010
Kevin lives in upstate New York.
Crimescape® is a RosettaBooks collection of compelling short nonfiction crime books by the best true crime authors in the business, many of whom have seen their books made into major motion pictures. Taking readers into the dark heart of the criminal mind and the tense hunt to bring perpetrators to justice, Crimescape® authors stand apart from other true crime writers because they are selected for their experience in crime investigation, whether as police detectives, investigative reporters, forensics professionals or criminal psychologists. Riveting storytellers, our Crimescape® short nonfiction writers give readers all the information they need to understand relevant clues and the interwoven influences in each criminal case.