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True Crime on Amazon
Amazon’s true crime section is a useful resource for readers looking to find new titles to read or listen to. Though there are many suggestion lists out there, they are frequently static or outdated; Amazon is constantly updating and adding new titles. Further, the site’s most notable feature is that it allows shoppers to sort and filter by genre, a feature that is particularly useful to readers with specific interests or those looking to branch out in a particular direction. The Amazon interface is also very user-friendly and convenient for those who are looking to purchase new book. Overall, this resource would be useful for and accessible to everyone.
The true crime subreddit is a good source for those looking to participate in discussions about true crime or see breaking stories or theories regarding existing cases. It offers a variety of different material and posts, intended to generate discussion and sometimes new ideas regarding the crimes. As it is technically a social media platform, the information found on this site should likely be taken with a grain of salt. r/TrueCrime is, however, a very rich and interesting resource for people looking to become involved in discussions of popular theories or aspects of true crime. Click on the logo above to be redirected.
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Here you can find the RSS feed for the most recent posts on r/TrueCrime. Browse away!
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National Center for the Victims of Crime
Though not a resource on true crime, the National Center for the Victims of Crime is a useful resource for those who have been a victim of crime in some form. The organization works with victims and their families to help restore normalcy and promote healing, while also advocating for victims’ rights. While true crime can be fascinating, it can also be very triggering for many people and should be treated with adequate sensitivity and care. This resource will be most useful to true crime fans who may be a victim of crime themselves or who are interested in the aftermath of crime and how to support victims.