John Moore interviews author James Hawkins about his novel, "No Cherubs for Melanie"; actress Jennifer Morehouse shares the disturbing story of a murderous child named Mary Bell; and World Detectives guest Carmen Bonifacio goes to Latin America.
Author Gordon Korman speaks with John Moore about his young adult comedy suspense books, "Son of the Mob" and "Son of the Mob II: Hollywood Hustle." The mystery of Patton's "Phantom Army and the D-Day Invasion."
John Moore interviews author John Worsley Simpson about his book entitled "Shadowmen"; actress Sharman Yarnell recalls the infamous story of Willie Bosket; and Natasha Gargiulo meets with regional director John Sheltus.
Best-selling British author Stephen Booth visits John Moore to speak about his latest "Cooper and Fry" mystery, "One Last Breath." Armchair Detective Peter Anthony Holder investigates whether there is a cure for criminal behavior with a clinical psychologist.
John Moore and Lee Lamothe talk about "Bloodlines," Lamothe's critically-acclaimed expose on the Italian mafia, which was co-written with international mob watcher, Antonio Nicaso. John Moore also highlights the delights of Deathtrap.
John Moore interviews author Nancy Kilpatrick about her novel, "Eternal City"; actress Sheena Larkin reveals the gruesome details of the Jane Andrews case; and "World Detectives" guest Omar Alexis Ramos goes to Mexico.
John Moore interviews William Heffernan, president of the International Crime Writers' Association of North America. Reporter Tracey McKee speaks with Dr. Margaret Million on the phenomenon of incorruptible bodies.
Canadian author Mary Labatt converses with host John Moore about her book, "One Terrible Halloween"; actress Sheena Larkin recounts the story of Joe Ball and his murderous alligators; and reporter Natasha Gargiulo meets with a history professor.
Author Giles Blunt discusses his book, "The Delicate Storm," with John Moore at the Bloody Words Convention in Ottawa. Reporter Tracey McKee delves into another historical mystery with Shirish Kumar, exploring the legend of Armarnath Cave.
Author Rosemary Aubert discusses her mystery novel, "Leave Me Dying," with John Moore; actor Henri Pardo recounts the story of Veerappan; and Natasha Gargiulo goes to Ottawa to visit Lynda Wiken's Prime Crime mystery bookstore.
John Moore interviews author Eric Walters about his book "Death by Expose"; Canadian actor Noel Burton recounts the theories surrounding the original Ponzi Scheme; and Marcela Diaz speaks with John about Chile's most famous private investigator.
Book editor Claude Lalumière sits down with John Moore to discuss the business of book publishing; actress Sheena Larkin narrates the humorous yet tragic story of Louis Dethy; and reporter Natasha Gargiulo pays a visit to a private investigator.