Hell in the Heartland: Murder, Meth, and the Case of Two Missing Girls

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Price
$27.00  $24.84
Publisher
Berkley Books
Publish Date
Pages
336
Dimensions
5.9 X 9.1 X 1.3 inches | 1.23 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781984806307

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About the Author

Jax Miller is an American author. While hitchhiking across America in her twenties, she wrote her first novel, Freedom's Child, for which she won the 2016 Grand Prix des Lectrices de Elle and earned several CWA Dagger nominations. She has received acclaim from the New York Times, NPR, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. She now works in the true-crime genre, having penned her much-anticipated book and acting as creator, host, and executive producer on the true-crime documentary series Hell in the Heartland on CNN's HLN network. Jax is a lover of film and music, and has a passion for rock 'n' roll and writing screenplays.

Reviews

"There is, in the best of us, a search for the truth, to serve the living and dead alike, an obsessiveness that means never giving up, to balance the scale and give the dead their due. In the modern tradition of I'll be Gone in the Dark, Jax Miller is one of those people and Hell in the Heartland is one of those books."--Robert Graysmith, New York Times bestselling author of Zodiac

"The title of Jax Miller's book is, believe me, no exaggeration. This writer marched straight into a piece of Oklahoma that can fairly be called Hell and didn't come out until she'd covered every track leading to and from an ice cold crime and relentlessly covered a whole lot of nasty possibilities. Murder and Meth are only the beginning."--Beverly Lowry, author of Who Killed These Girls?

"A top-notch true crime work shot through with desperation, paranoia, and regret. Reading this book feels like running headlong into danger, and Miller's writing is haunted and haunting. It's a patchwork of broken dreams, of secrets and lies, of trouble under the surface. Mesmerizing, raw, evocative, unforgettable."--William Boyle, author of A Friend Is a Gift You Give Yourself

"Every generation has its standout true-crime writer. Jax Miller does with Hell in the Heartland what Truman Capote did with In Cold Blood. I've witnessed firsthand the extraordinary lengths Miller went to in order to investigate this case. She is without doubt a writer at the peak of her powers"--A.A. Dhand