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“Crosshairs” – Whatsapp True Crime Discussion Group


Attention Super Fans!

Nick and I would like to invite you to be part of our new Whatsapp True Crime Discussion Group titled “Crosshairs”

Whether you have questions for us, or want to discuss the cases we’ve covered, and continue to cover – Oscar Pistorius, Jodi Arias and Amanda Knox – or would like to discuss other true crime in the news, join the discussion!  We’d love to hear from you.  We’ll also be sending out messages to notify you of book releases as well as promotions.  And we’ll keep you updated on the new cases we’ll be covering.


If interested, please leave a comment on this post with your contact phone number and I’ll add you to the group.

NOTE:  All comments are privately moderated therefore your contact information will be kept confidential.

2 comments on ““Crosshairs” – Whatsapp True Crime Discussion Group

  1. Sarah
    July 28, 2015

    Hey Lisa,

    I’m a frequent follower of your blog and I was wondering if you would consider writing about the O.J.Simspon trial?
    Since there were no blogs back then, I was wodndering if I was the only one interested in an analysis of that trial/ case?!

    Best wishes,

    • juror13
      July 28, 2015

      Hey Sarah,
      No, you most certainly are not the only one. I’ve always been very interested in the OJ case, followed it closely years ago, and that’s not a bad idea! Nick and I are playing around with some ideas for future book writing projects. Do you think people would be interested in a series of ebooks about OJ?

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