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Charles Graeber

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"A stunning book... a thriller in every sense of the word... should and does bring to mind "In Cold Blood."

- Janet Maslin, The New York Times

"You think Annie Wilkes was bad? Check out the this chilling nonfiction account of Charlie Cullen...Now there's a real cockadoodie brat."

-Stephen King, "Top ten books of the year"

Charles Graeber is an award-winning journalist and the author of the Edgar-nominated New York Times bestseller THE GOOD NURSE, available in paperback July 29, 2014.

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Deborah Blum

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Deborah Blum has always considered herself a southerner, although she has no real Southern accent and was born in Illinois (Urbana, 1954) . Still, her parents moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana when she was two, and to Athens, Georgia, when she was twelve. And she has always believed that the Southern culture of story-telling had a real influence on the way she uses narrative in writing about science.
After high school, Blum received a journalism degree from the University of Georgia in 1976, with a double minor in anthropology and political science. She worked for two newspapers in Georgia and one in Florida...