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Partners in Crime - Debut show, topic Wrongful Convictions

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Partners in Crime, hosted by homicide detective and author of Zodiac Settling the Score and Let Them See, Kimberly McGath, and award-winning crime writer, Sue Coletta, author of Marred, Wings of Mayhem, the Rendering, Crime Writer's Research, and 60 ways to Murder your Characters. Our debut episode's topic: wrongful convictions. Our guest, retired captain and author Joe Broadmeadow, will analyze a compelling cold case as well as elaborate on the premise of his book, Silenced Justice. We'll discuss false confessions, the reliability of witness testimony, and conviction integrity. Visit the hosts' websites at and

Sue Coletta is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and International Thriller Writers, She's a multi-published author in numerous anthologies, and her forensics articles have appeared in InSinC Quarterly.In addition to her popular crime resource blog, Sue’s the communications manager for the Serial Killer Project and Forensic Science and founder of #ACrimeChat on Twitter.

Kimberly McGath received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her law enforcement career spanned more than a decade in which she worked in the Special Victims Unit, Mounted Patrol, and the Criminal Investigations Bureau. McGath worked in various undercover roles and obtained many confessions from murderers and other violent felons. McGath earned the nicknames “Tenacious K” and “Bulldog” due to her relentless pursuit of the truth.  McGath has worked high-profile cold cases which have received worldwide media attention. McGath is also a singer/songwriter and a married mother of three.