True Crime Books by Jason Lucky Morrow

Welcome to HistoricalCrimeDetective.com [Est. 2013], where you will discover forgotten crimes and criminals lost to history. This blog is the official website for true crime writer Jason Lucky Morrow, author of four books including the popular series: Famous Crimes the World Forgot, Volume I and Volume II. Please follow us on Facebook, for updates. Contact me here for questions or comments.


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Deadly Hero Reviewed on True Crime Reader

True Crime Reader is a blog dedicated to the genre of true crime – reviews, news and film and television adaptations. It is managed by Australian True Crime author, journalist, wife and busy mom, Emily Webb. If True Crime Reader says your book is good, it means something. Recently, TCR posted a very nice and […]

The Queen of True Crime is Dead. Ann Rule, 1930-2015.

  The Queen of True Crime is Dead. Ann Rule, 1930-2015. Thank you, Ann, for all that you have given us. Rest in Peace. Story —###—  

Sword and Scale True Crime Podcast Episode 36

. The Sword and Scale True Crime Podcast is the most professionally produced true crime podcast out there. Sword and Scale founder and presenter, Mike Boudet, has long been a friend to HCD. This week, Episode 36, Mike and I explore the case of Savage Killer Timothy McCorquodale, 1974, which I wrote and posted on […]

Guess My Crime: David Carmack, 1909

  Consider the mug shot below and the clues it contains and see if you can figure out what his crime was by using the internet. You can post your answer on our Facebook Page. I will post an answer with story tomorrow on Facebook. The picture below was our last week’s “Guess My Crime.” […]

Sword & Scale True Crime Podcast, Episode 21

. I’m proud to be a regular contributor to Sword and Scale True Crime Podcast where in this week’s episode Mike Boudet and I review the most incredible historical true crime story you’ve never heard about. This podcast presentation was born from a story I wrote and posted on the HCD blog last October called: […]