Crime Mystery Writer Julie Dolcemaschio Talks About The Enduring Appeal Of Crime Fiction

Julie Dolcemaschio, author of Testarossa

A New York icon is moving to Los Angeles.  On September 29th the fall TV season will bring the premiere of Law and Order LA.

Fellow Angelino, crime mystery fan, and acclaimed crime novelist, Julie Dolcemaschio, took her love of everything crime drama and everything LA and used it as her inspiration to pen a new book that brings us even closer to the men and women behind the badge—Testarossa.

Julie believes our love of crime fiction stems from a mild form of hero worship and our need to be protected.

Julie also explains the unique appeal of Los Angeles as a “main character” in crime fiction. “LA is the birthplace of Noir,” says Julie. “It’s part of our legacy to be drawn towards it.”

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