In this week’s episode:
- Review: Donna reviews the Audible edition of All You Can Ever Know, a memoir by Nicole Chung, narrated by Janet Song.
- This week: A missing Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi citizen and US Resident, may have recorded his own brutal murder at the hands of the Saudi regime by activating the recording device on his Apple watch. New evidence points to a premeditated and horrific murder.
- Interview: author Rachael Sparks (Resistant)
- Story Reading: “Leverage” by Andrea Kikuchi, from World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing, 2014
Our October Line-up:
October 1: Interview with true crime author Nate Hendley (The Boy on the Bicycle). About Ron Moffatt and the Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction
October 7: Interview with Economist, author and husband Alex Carrick. Reading of “The MadameLazonga Defense”, by Alex Carrick from “Three Scoops” Is A Blast, Carrick Publishing.
October 14: Interview with Carolyn Cohagan (Time Zero). Reading by Donna Carrick of “Ghost Protocol” by Angie Capozello, from World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing, 2014
October 21: Interview with author Rachael Sparks (Resistant). Reading of “Leverage” by Andrea Kikuchi, World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing, 2014
October 28: Interview with Alison Bruce, (Ghost Writer). Reading of “Family Values” by Sylvia Maultash Warsh, from Thirteen by the Mesdames of Mayhem.
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