How to Write & Sell True Crime: How to Spot Local Stories and Turn Them Into Gripping National Bestsellers

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Writer's Digest Books, 1991 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 149 pages
In this book, Gary Provost, an established true crime author, explains what a good true crime story is--as well as what it isn't--and how to write a compelling story. No other book offers such complete and concise information on the craft of writing the true crime story.

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Provost was one of the most beloved writing instructors in the United States.

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