The Last Call Killer's murders of at least four men in the 1990s went unsolved for decades.
The gripping true story, told here for the first time, of the Last Call Killer and the gay community of New York City that he preyed upon.
Any given murder can have multiple triggers. Sex and revenge seem to be common partners in crime. Rage, money, and revenge make for a dangerous trifecta of triggers, as well.
"I like to create a meticulous outline and then begin writing and throw half my plans into the garbage as I go."
When a woman conceals her sister’s death to claim their joint inheritance, her deception exposes a web of dangerous secrets in this addictive new thriller for fans of Megan Abbott, Gillian Flynn, and Paula Hawkins.
The Spider author Barry Levine reveals how he started covering crime stories, the real-time challenges in writing about Epstein, and why he likes ID's Deadly Women.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize–nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier’s life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.
In our Q&A with father/son duo Jonathan ad Jesse Kellerman the authors of Half Moon Bay discuss their fascination with human behavior, their writing process and more.
Deputy Coroner Clay Edison discovers that buried secrets can be deadly in this riveting thriller from a father-son team of bestselling authors who write “brilliant, page-turning fiction” (Stephen King).
In our Q&A New York Times bestselling author Janelle Brown reveals her inspiration for her latest book comes from a Kim Kardashian incident in which Instagram played a key role.
Two wildly different women—one a grifter, the other an heiress—are brought together by the scam of a lifetime in a page-turner from the New York Times bestselling author of Watch Me Disappear.
The author of The Chalk Man and The Hiding Place reveals the inspiration behind her latest thriller, The Other People.
Go behind the scenes with ID Book Club author of The Ghosts of Eden Park to learn how Abbott discovered an inspirational woman who bossed J. Edgar Hoover around, some of the bizarre habits of George Remus, the real life "King of Bootleggers" and more.
Driving home one night, stuck behind a rusty old car, Gabe sees a little girl's face appear in the rear window. She mouths one word: Daddy. It's his five-year-old daughter, Izzy. He never sees her again
Combining deep historical research with novelistic flair, The Ghosts of Eden Park is the unforgettable, stranger-than-fiction story of a rags-to-riches entrepreneur and a long-forgotten heroine, of the excesses and absurdities of the Jazz Age, and of the infinite human capacity to deceive.