Books to read once you finish Making a Murderer
By Rachel Kray, a Librarian and Collection Development Analyst at OverDrive (and an amateur sleuth / armchair crime solver)
It seems like the whole world is talking about Steven Avery and the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer. If you’re anything like me, you binge watched it in one day and felt a vast emptiness inside as the last credits rolled. It’s a great thing we have books to help fill that void! Below are a few of my suggestions…
Worse than the Devil by Dean Strang
A fascinating, meticulously researched True Crime story written by one of Avery’s defense lawyers.
The Innocent Killer: A True Story of a Wrongful Conviction and its Astonishing Aftermath by Michael Griesbach
This is a True Crime book about Avery’s case, written by a Manitowoc county prosecuter.
A Deadly Secret: The Bizarre and Chilling Story of Robert Durst by Matt Birkbeck
Remember The Jinx? The True Crime documentary everyone was obsessed with last year? Revisit the chilling story of Robert Durst with this fascinating account.
The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town by John Grisham
One of our most popular True Crime books about another case of an innocent man who went to prison for a crime he didn’t commit.
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