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ALAN R. WARREN is a Best Selling Author. The Producer and lead host of the Popular NBC Radio shows House of Mystery' and 'Inside Writing, both heard on the 106.5 F.M. Los Angeles/102.3 F.M. Riverside/ 1050 A.M. Palm Springs/ 540 A.M. KYAH Salt Lake City/ 1150 A.M. KKNW Seattle/Tacoma and Phoenix.
Al Started Writing Articles in True Case Files Magazine and is still a Contributor for Serial Killer Magazine. Since then, he has completed 24 non-fiction books covering True crime, Cults, Human Trafficking, History, and memoirs for three different publishers, including RJ Parker/Vronksy Publishing in Toronto, Canada & WildBlue Press in Colorado, America.
His bestselling True Crime Books in Canada are 'Beyond Suspicion' The True Story of Colonel Russell Williams, which will be featured on CNN's 'Lies, Crimes, & Videos in Season 4 in the Fall of 2022, and 'Murder Times Six' the true story of the Wells Gray Park Murders. In America, his best Sellers include ' The Killing Game- Serial killer Rodney Alcala which has been featured on several Television Show such as 'Very Scary People with Donny Walberg' and Oxygen's 'Mark of a Killer,' and Reelz' Killer Trophies and soon to be a part of a four-part documentary on the Sundance Channel called ' Death's Date' and ' Doomsday Cults - The Devil's Hostages' which was featured on Vice's Dark Side of the '90s.
His latest series of books is called ' Killer Queens,' a 6 part book series covering murders that affect the Gay Community. Book 1 - Leopold & Loeb, Book 2 - Butcher of Hanover; Fritz Haarmann. Book 3 - Grindr Serial Killer Stephen Port, Book 4 - Bruce McArthur; Toronto Gay Killer.
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BOOKS & BUZZ MAGAZINE
Cover of Books & Buzz magazine, July 2022 issue, discussing mystery radio and true crime, and my latest series, Killer Queens, including book The Butcher of Hanover: Fritz Haarmann.
LATEST BOOK RELEASE
Killer Queens is a new series of historical fiction books based on true stories. The series explores the world of murder in the gay community, whether the victims or the killers themselves, and sometimes both, are homosexual. While the previous books looked at murders in the gay communities of Germany, England, and the United States, this fourth edition of the series visits Canada—a country that has embraced the gay community overall. But how true-to-life is this statement? Canada has been one of the first countries to make it legal to be gay—even legalizing gay marriages and giving same-sex benefits. Yet, when cold-blooded serial killers target the very community the country says it supports, and law enforcement is found lacking, we have to question the rightfulness of this claim. This book is based on Toronto's Gay Villiage and the few times serial killers reigned terror upon it. As much as this series wants to point out the negative aspects of murders in the gay community in countries that don't respect gay people, it's also important to reveal its effects in countries that seemingly support gay people.