Dewey Like Murder?

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Dewey Like Murder? is a monthly segment of The Long Overdue Podcast. Brought to you by the staff of the Decatur Public Library in Texas on the second Friday of the month, we discuss true crime books that can be found on our library shelves! 

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The hosts of Dewey Like Murder? are:
Dawn Wilbert, Youth Services Manager
Denice Herrera, Library Technician
Chris Shenkir, Account Services Manager

Sound Engineer: Chris Shenkir
Editor and Media Specialist: Denice Herrera

Episodes:

Dewey Like Murder?: All Or Nothing

In this episode of Dewey Like Murder, Dawn talks about A Killer Among Us by Charles Bosworth Jr and Denice talks about Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony by Jeff Ashton.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Silence & Truth

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn and Denice talk about cold cases that spanned decades before any answers were ever found.
Denice talks about The Lazarus Files by Matthew McGough and Dawn talks about The Third Rainbow Girl by Emma Copley Eisenberg.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Master Manipulators

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder? Dawn and Denice read books by Gregg Olsen. Dawn read If You Tell and Denice read A Killing in Amish Country that Gregg Olsen wrote with Rebecca Morris.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Cold Blooded Greed

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder? Dawn discusses Murder in Little Egypt by Darcy O'Brien and Denice discusses And Then She Killed Him by Robert Scott.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Did I Leave My DNA at the Crime Scene with Sgt. Tim Lamkin

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn, Denice, and Chris talk with Sgt. Tim Lamkin of the Wise County Sheriff's Office Crime Scene Unit about his work, all kinds of forensics things, & we get to hear some great stories from his long and decorated career.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos


Dewey Like Murder?: Red Flags & Twisted Doctrine

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn talks about Lying in Wait and Other Cases by Ann Rule and Denice talks about Better Off Dead by Michael Fleeman.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Taking a Stab at Murder

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn talks about the book The Demon Next Door by Bryan Burrough and it is about a serial killer in Temple, Texas. Denice talks about the book Seduced by Madness by Carol Pogash that is about the Susan Polk murder trial.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Are You Serial

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn talks about Blood Rush by Patricia Springer and Denice talks about American Predator by Maureen Callahan.

Opening and Ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: A Reverend and a Dentist

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder, Denice and Dawn talk about the books Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee by Casey Cep and Too Late To Say Goodbye: A True Story of Murder and Betrayal by Ann Rule.

Opening and Ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: A Murderous Woman & Creepy Men

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn and a Denice talk about Practice to Deceive by Ann Rule and Shallow Graves: The Hunt for the New Bedford Highway Serial Killer by Maureen Boyle.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: BTK: A Killer in the Neighborhood

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn and Denice talk with special guests Brett and Jared Laaser who were neighbors and participated in boy scouts with Dennis Rader, the notorious BTK Killer. Dawn talks about the book A Serial Killer's Daughter by Kerri Rawson and Denice talks about Confessions of a Serial Killer The Untold Story of Dennis Rader the BTK Killer.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Fire and Darkness

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Denice and Dawn talk about Burned: A Story of a Murder and the Crime that Wasn't by Edward Humes and Two of a Kind: The Hillside Stranglers by Darcy O'Brien.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder: Beer and Buried Silver

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Denice, Dawn, and Chris talk about the book Death of an Heir by Phillip Jett and about a murder with a hometown connection to Dawn.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos


Dewey Like Murder?: The Wolves in Sheep Clothing

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn and Denice talk about two books in which people are considered "pillars of the community" but are really murderers. Dawn discusses Evidence of Love by John Bloom and Jim Atkinson and Denice discusses Above Suspicion by Joe Sharkey.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Ladies Be Solvin' Murders

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn, Denice, and Chris are joined by Pat and they discuss the books Mrs. Sherlock Holmes: the true story of New York City's greatest female detective and the 1917 missing girl case that captivated a nation by Brad Ricca, Mad City: The campus murders that America forgot by Michael Arntfield, and To the Last Breath: three women fight for the truth behind a child's tragic murder by Carlton Stowers.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Injustice and Blood Trails

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Denice and Dawn talk about The Cadaver King and The Country Dentist: A True Story of Injustice in the American South by Radley Balko and Trail of Blood: a Father, a Son, and a Tell-Tale Crime Scene by Wanda Evans.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Based on True Events

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Chris, Dawn, and Denice talk about films that are based on true events and the real-life cases that inspired them. Chris talks about The Frozen Ground starring Nicolas Cage and John Cusack based on Alaskan serial killer Robert Hansen. Dawn talks about the classic film In Cold Blood starring Robert Blake and based on the Truman Capote book about the Clutter family murders. Denice talks about Richard Linklater's film, Bernie starring Jack Black, Matthew McConaughey, and Shirley MacLaine based on Bernie Tiede and the murder of Marjorie Nugent.

Opening and ending theme song is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos.

Dewey Like Murder?: At Least the Murders Were Interesting

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Dawn and Denice talk about two books that didn't quite meet their standards but the stories were still worth knowing about. Denice talks about Death in the Air by Kate Winkler Dawson and Dawn talks about Invisible Eden by Maria Flook.

Opening and ending theme song is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos.

Dewey Like Murder?: Teens Who Kill

Dawn and Denice are joined by Pat for this episode of Dewey Like Murder. Dawn talks about A Perversion of Justice: A Southern Tragedy of Murder, Lies, and Innocence Betrayed by Kathryn Medico and Mollye Barrows, Denice talks about Anne Perry and the Murder of the Century by Peter Graham, and Pat talks about Alice + Freda Forever: A Murder in Memphis by Alexis Coe.

Opening and ending theme song is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: For Those Who Eat Darkness

On this episode of Dewey Like Murder?, Denice and Dawn are joined in their true crime talk by Chris and special guest Kelsey. Denice talks about Killers of the Flower Moon by David Gann, Chris talks about People Who Eat Darkness by Richard Lloyd Parry, Kelsey talks about The Devil's Rooming House by M. William Phelps, and Dawn talks about Blood Warning by John Dillmann.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: While They Slept & Incident at Big Sky

Denice and Dawn talk about true crime titles that they chose from the non-fiction shelves of the Decatur Public Library! 
On this episode of Dewey Like Murder? Denice talks about While They Slept by Kathryn Harrison and Dawn talks about Incident At Big Sky by Johnny France.

Opening and ending theme is El Horror Sucesivo del Vacio by Guerra de Cerdos

Dewey Like Murder?: Scream at the Sky & I'll Be Gone in the Dark

Dawn and Denice have started a new segment called Dewey Like Murder? for the Long Overdue Podcast! This monthly segment will be dedicated to true crime titles that they chose from the non-fiction shelves of the Decatur Public Library!

Opening and ending theme is So Low by Art of Escapism