#NonficNov Review: They Walk Among Us by Benjamin and Rosanna Fitton


Title: They Walk Among Us

Author: Benjamin and Rosanna Fitton

Published: May 30th 2019, Virgin Digital

Status: Read November 2019


My Thoughts:

They Walk Among Us is a collection of ten British true crime stories from the podcast hosts of They Walk Among Us, Benjamin and Rosanna Fitton.

Given that the genre is dominated by American crime, it’s likely these cases from the UK will be new to many readers. The cases here are not presented in exhaustive detail, but certainly with enough to provide a clear understanding of events, and the aftermath. They include the murder of intimate partners, a very unusual instance of deception, and financial dishonesty on a grand scale.

I thought They Walk Among Us offered an appealing mix of well told and interesting cases. Regular listeners of the podcast will be delighted to learn that these cases have not been covered in previous episodes and while to be honest the podcast is a little over scripted for my tastes, I’d certainly be interested in reading more from this duo.


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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. whatsnonfiction
    Nov 10, 2019 @ 19:34:45

    I didn’t realize they had a book! I’ve listened to a couple episodes of their podcast but like you I don’t really like the way it feels overscripted. The book sounds interesting though!

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