There's no doubt that the true crime and mystery genres have been growing in popularity. From books to TV series to podcasts, this genre is just booming in every way and form it possibly can.
There's nothing better than listening to a good true crime podcast first thing in the morning while you get ready for the day. Let's be realistic for a second. We all love a good true crime mystery.
Tom Clancy is a name revered by action fans everywhere.
We all love crime documentaries. Face it, whenever there's a show about a specific murder case, it is we, the true crime fans, who get its rating up; it is we, with our popcorn, cozy blanket and love of all things creepy.
There are many unsolved cases lingering out there in the world, just waiting for the crucial evidence to surface. However often more evidence can lead to more confusion.
People aren't perfect beings. We all make mistakes, but many of us choose to use these experiences to better ourselves. However, it is sad how the past never seems to stay dead for some people.
It's a pretty typical belief that technology stands in the way of our collective ability to read a book or maintain a five-minute attention span (insert edgy comic art of headphones strangling teens here). In fact, technology has lead to groundbreaking developments in publishing.
John Le Carré is perhaps the world's greatest living spy thriller author.
Without great literary works of crime and mystery, many of us would be lost on how to solve the simplest of occurrences.
Last week, we got a brief teaser for the highly anticipated Joker movie, and it did not disappoint. Joaquin Phoenix's brief portrayal has fans hyped for a very serious film on a highly beloved and infamous DC character.