About the author



OJ Modjeska is a criminologist, historian and author. She graduated from the University of Sydney with a PhD in Modern American History in 2004, and received her Graduate Diploma in Criminology from Sydney Law School in 2015. In 2015 she was awarded the JH McClemens Memorial Prize by Sydney Law School for her scholarship in criminology. Before pursuing a writing career she worked for many years as a legal writer and editor. She writes books of narrative non-fiction true crime and disaster analysis. Her books are suspenseful narratives which draw on her insights and expertise into history, criminal behaviour and psychology. British crime author Pat McDonald writes: "fascinating reading and exceptional writing". 

OJ's debut book, "Gone: Catastrophe in Paradise", is an aviation disaster ebook bestseller. "A City Owned" and "Killing Cousins" make up the two-part true crime series "Murder by Increments", now available on Amazon.

In 2018, OJ Modjeska, formerly a self-published author, signed on with Creativia publishing. Her major titles are published by Creativia. She continues to publish minor titles, novelettes and short stories under her own imprint, Estoire. 

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1 comment:

  1. Hi, I've just read both parts of the Hillside Killers books and they are top notch. What excellent writing. You are the only author who has address that singular Bianchi mistake, when he couldn't figure out what to do when the psychiatrist "drew" a circle on his hand and asked him to tell him when he was touching inside or outside the circle. I saw a video of that on YouTube years ago and it was astonishing. I can't find it anymore! If you know what it has for a headline please email me back. Thanks, erminiver@yahoo.com (Cecilia Brown)

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