East County News Service
January 31, 2016 (San Diego) – East County Magazine Show’s Bookshelf host Reina Menasche recently had a fascinating interview with New York Times. bestselling author Caitlin Rother . Also a Pulitzer-nominated journalist formerly with the San Diego Union-Tribune, Rother discussed her latest true-crime book, Then No One Can Have Her.
The book chronicles the life and murder of Carol Kennedy, an artist, therapist and mother of two, just weeks after her divorce. Her ex-husband, investment broker Steve DeMocker, was convicted of murdering Kennedy in the small mountain town of Prescott, Arizona, though his family contends he was wrongly convicted.
This is the tenth book authored or co-authored by Rother, who draws from decades of experience reporting on a wide range of topics -- from addiction, suicide, mental illness and murder to politics and corruption at City Hall and in Congress. A popular speaker, she also helps aspiring authors as a book doctor and writing/research/promotions coach and consultant, and teaches narrative non-fiction, digital journalism, and author branding/promotions at UCSD Extension and San Diego Writers, Ink.
You can learn more about Rother and her works by visiting her website at http://caitlinrother.com/