Thank you for joining Exposit Books at Crime Con! Browse our books here, and learn more about book proposals and submitting your manuscript. The coupon code for the conference discount is TrueCrime30.
BECOME AN AUTHOR
Exposit Books is an imprint of McFarland, a leading independent publisher of scholarly books that excel with academic libraries. Exposit combines popular topics such as true crime with this serious approach. Exposit welcomes proposals for nonfiction manuscripts on a wide range of true crime subjects, not limited to the following: murder, serial killers, heists, robberies, abductions, kidnappings, missing persons, con artists, hoaxes, deceptions, organized crime and espionage. In addition to true crime, Exposit welcomes proposals for books about psychology and sexuality, death studies (including gravehunting and executions), conspiracy theories, and the paranormal.
Submissions from both authors and literary agents are invited. Email executive editor Lisa Camp at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about becoming an Exposit author, visit our Author Resources webpage.
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McFarland was founded in 1979, and the Exposit Books imprint was established in 2016. We are recognized among authors and readers as adventurous in range and a reliable source of worthy books that other publishers overlook. We have about 7000 unique works for sale and each year we publish about 360 new titles. Browse our latest catalog of true crime titles as a flipbook, or browse/scroll books directly in our online shop. Particularly noteworthy subjects and series are listed and linked below. Receive a 30% conference discount with coupon code CrimeCon30.
- Serial Killers
- Heists & Robberies
- Abductions, Kidnappings & Missing Persons
- Con Artists, Hoaxes & Deceptions
- Organized Crime
- Jack the Ripper
- True Crime – General
More Book Categories:
- Paranormal & Forteana
- Conspiracy Theories
- Quigley’s Curiosities
Catalogs (flippable PDF hosted on the McFarland site):