Thursday, September 3, 2009

Show Your Students How to Make Crime Pay: THE BEST AMERICAN CRIME REPORTING 2009

Thieves, liars, and killers—it's a criminal world out there, and your journalism students want to write about it. If your students strive for the standards set by The Best American Crime Reporting 2009, they'll discover that crime does pay.

This latest addition to the highly acclaimed series—guest edited by Jeffrey Toobin, New Yorker staff writer, CNN senior legal analyst—brings together this year's best reportage on the mysteries and missteps of an unforgettable set of criminals.

This year's contributors are Calvin Trillin, L. Jon Wertheim, Dan P. Lee, Mark Boal, Sabrina Rubin Erdely, David Grann, Michael J. Mooney, Mark Arax, Charles Bowden, R. Scott Moxley, Stephen Rodrick, Alec Wilkinson, Hanna Rosin, John Colapinto, and Matt McAllester.

If you'd like to consider The Best American Crime Reporting 2009 for one of your classes, please order a paperback examination copy. If you've already decided to make the book a required text, please request a desk copy.

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