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Investigation Discovery: Final Cut

MELBOURNE — Tonight will be the debut of a Final Cut episode on Investigation Discovery titled “A Script to Die For” on the Mark Twitchell “Dexter Killer” case, according to my Internet TV guide.

I was interviewed at-length for the program due to my extensive research on the case in writing The Devil’s Cinema, including interviewing and meeting Twitchell, his film crew, the detectives, and those closest to the victims.

But I’m going to miss seeing the episode broadcast tonight as I don’t have access to American cable. Too bad.

The episode focuses on Hollywood and connections with major crime cases.

I do wonder if the producers had time to include actor Michael C. Hall’s recent comments on having a real-life murder case tied so closely to the film industry.

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A ‘Dexter Killer’ (Devil’s Cinema) Down Under

MELBOURNE — I’m thrilled to see The Devil’s Cinema, my narrative on the “Dexter Killer” Mark Twitchell case, will be published in Australia.

The good people at Penguin Australia have snapped up the rights to release my book in both Australia and New Zealand.

While I was born and raised in Canada, I’ve been living in Australia for the past few years, so this is fabulous news to see this story now shared in my two homes.

There are a few changes to the Aussie release: the cover and subhead have both been altered slightly.

(Apparently Australians are more familiar with the case being called the “Dexter Killer” than by the man behind the notorious moniker, Mark Twitchell.)

In any event, any good Aussie bookstore will have a copy by the August 22 release day. It will be available locally as an eBook too.

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