True Crime

Friday, September 19, 2003

Crime writing abounds on the newsstands and it's a genre that includes some of today's most compelling writing, covering a diverse spectrum of subjects from a tale of an aging pimp in Las Vegas to a body farm in Tennessee. Bob speaks with Otto Penzler, the co-editor of the just-released 2003 edition of Best American Crime Writing.

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