Kathryn Casey
Mystery and True Crime Author

THE BOOKS! TAKE YOUR PICK!

Excerpts
Click here to read the prologue to Possessed
Click here to read the first chapter of Deliver Us!
Click here to read the first chapter of Deadly Little Secrets!
Click here to read the first chapter of my latest Sarah Armstrong mystery!
True Crime
The infamous Texas stiletto murder
True Tales of Jealousy, Betrayal, and Revenge
Three decades of murder and redemption in the infamous I-45/Texas Killing Fields
A minister, his mistress, and a heartless Texas murder
A mother's love, a husband's betrayal, and a cold-blooded Texas murder
An Altar Boy, a Cheerleader, and a Twisted Texas Murder.
Murder, Revenge and Two Texas Sisters.
Sex, Murder, and a Texas Millionaire
Obsession, Lies, and a Killer Cop
Seen on Oprah! A courageous woman married to a dangerous psychopath.
Fiction
The third Sarah Armstrong mystery, named a best book of the year by Library Journal!
The second Sarah Armstrong mystery "a strong sequel," says BOOKLIST, now available in stores and on the Web!
The first in the Sarah Armstrong mystery series, BOOKLIST MAGAZINE picked SINGULARITY as one of the Best Crime Novel Debuts of 2009!
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Newsletter

It's a book!

July 18, 2004

Hi all,

I've finally put the new book to bed. "She Wanted It All," the story of Celeste Beard Johnson, is at HarperCollins in New York going through copy editing and will be published soon. I don't have the exact date yet, but I'll let you know as soon as I do.

So far, I have one blurb for the cover. Two-time Edgar winner Carlton Stowers read the manuscript this summer and wrote: "Not only is this a dark and twisted family tale you won't soon forget, but Kathryn Casey's vivid writing and dogged research establish her as one of the very best true crime writers in the business."

So, now what? Well, I'm talking to my editor about book four. I'm considering the case of a suspected serial killer, who's scheduled for trial in Houston this fall. It's a fascinating story that spans two decades, one with lots of twists and turns.

If anyone out there has another suggestion, please email it along. I'm grateful for your ideas. Please keep me in mind as you scan your local newspapers. And thanks for your interest. I'll keep you posted.

Best,
K

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With the Houston Women in Crime Ink gals.

Here I am in the courtroom, at the Celeste Beard trial.

...and at a Houston booksigning.