Witnessing a Florida Execution Altered the Course of One Reporter's Life

In 1990, Ellen McGarrahan watched as Jesse Tafero got three jolts from the electric chair. Nothing would ever be the same.

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Jonathan Kellerman Wants to Know Why Crime Fiction Has Such a Hard Time with Mental Health Professionals

When I conceived When the Bough Breaks, the first Alex Delaware novel, in 1981, I had worked as a clinical child psychologist...