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Crime stories seem more popular than ever. Bookshop shelves and TV schedules are heaving with murder mysteries and whodunnits. And the ‘true crime’ genre has, and . The podcast – season one of which investigated a real-life murder – has attracted hundreds of millions of downloads.

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