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tanita matthews

Tanita has a back­ground in re­port­ing and news­pa­per jour­nal­ism and, as Real Crime’s res­i­dent writer, she’s had a hand in mul­ti­ple parts of the mag­a­zine. Tanita in­ter­viewed the for­mer Man­i­towoc County pros­e­cu­tor, Ken Kratz, of Mak­ing A Mur­derer fame, for our Steven Av­ery cover, on page 14.

robert mur­phy

An award- win­ning cor­re­spon­dent for ITV News based in Bris­tol, Robert has re­ported on well- known crimes such as the mur­ders of Joanna Yeates, Sian O’Cal­laghan, Me­lanie Road and Me­lanie Hall. Robert traces the steps of the two Rus­sians sus­pected of the Sal­is­bury novi­chok poi­son­ings, on page 30.

dr. abby ben­tham

Abby is a UK- based aca­demic with re­search in­ter­ests in psy­chopa­thy, toxic mas­culin­ity and vi­o­lence. She splits her time be­tween free­lance copy­writ­ing, re­search and ac­count man­age­ment ser­vices, and lec­tur­ing on nar­ra­tive fic­tion, crit­i­cal the­ory and evil. Abby writes about the cross- dress­ing killer on page 22.

joanna el­ph­ick

Jo is an aca­demic lawyer and lec­turer spe­cial­is­ing in crim­i­nal law, foren­sics, crime and de­viance. She has cre­ated cour­ses and given talks on sub­jects like Jack the Rip­per. Her book, Mur­der­ous East An­glia, is avail­able on Ama­zon. Jo has penned one of the strangest cold cases we’ve ever fea­tured, the Yuba County 5, on page 46.

chris­tian cipollini

This US- based award­win­ning author has been a free­lance jour­nal­ist, writer, or­gan­ised crime re­searcher and de­signer for more than a decade. Chris has ex­plored the life of one of the USA’s most fa­mous and pow­er­ful old- school mob­sters, Meyer Lan­sky, in Mob Money Man, on page 62.

paul french

Paul is the author of New York Times best­seller Mid­night In Pek­ing. His lat­est book, City Of Devils, is an­other true crime tale that takes the reader into wartime Shang­hai and is avail­able now. He’s writ­ten about the three teenage Khachatu­ryan sis­ters, who mur­dered their ‘ mafia’ fa­ther, on page 70.

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