Partners in Crime hosts, Kimberly McGath and Sue Coletta interview author, retired police officer and forensic investigator Richard Goodship. Goodship is the author of the Camera Guy: "Life was not easy for Forensic Investigator Bill Walters. His ability to see the spirits of the victims at his crime scenes gave him an edge, but it kept him isolated from his fellow Officers and gave him the reputation of being a 'Nutbar' on the force.Bill could live with this. He could even live with the family of ghosts that haunted his apartment, the loss of his friends and religion and the estrangement of his daughter, Eryn.What Bill couldn't live with was the Demon that came to town hungry for those spirits."
Richard Goodship is a former Police Officer and retired Forensic Investigator. Richard spent over 22 years in the Forensic section (FIS in Canada) gaining experience in explosive ordinance disposal, post blast, arson, blood spatter, firearms reconstruction, fingerprint examination and a host of other disciplines. Richard's last 5 years before retiring were spent working under the Office of the Attorney General as a Forensic Investigator travelling to various scenes for examination.
Richard's second novel, 'The Camera Guy' is an Occult Murder Thriller as seen through the eyes of Forensic Investigator Bill Walters.
Richard is currently working on a sequel to The Camera Guy as well as a Historical Fiction/Fantasy trilogy called "The Ostiary".