One of the best things about going to a conference is meeting smart, nice people who are experts in things you know nothing about. At Bouchercon, I met Doug Starr, author of The Killer of Little Shepherds: A True Crime Story and the Birth of Forensic Science. I also met the Siren of Suspense, Chantelle Osman. Today, I’m on her blog, the Sirens of Suspense, talking about his book. And if you leave a comment at the Sirens blog (not here!), you’ll be entered to win a copy of Books, Crooks & Counselors.