Kevin Flynn is the author/co-author of five true crime books: Wicked IntentionsOur Little SecretLegally Dead, Notes on a Killing and Dark Heart. He has also written the nonfiction account of the struggle over the nation's first lottery in American Sweepstakes. He has appeared on over a dozen national TV shows, such as "Deadly Sins," "Unusual Suspects," "Deadly Women," "Killer Instinct," and "On the Case with Paula Zahn." 

Kevin is a native of Holyoke, MA. He got his start in journalism at the age of 19 working as a news writer for News Radio WHYN-AM in 1989. In the subsequent twenty years, Kevin has become an award-winning journalist and respected author.

During his two decades in radio and TV, he won more than 50 awards for broadcast journalism, including multiple New Hampshire AP awards, several Golden Mike awards from the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters, four Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio and Television News Directors Association and one New England Emmy Award. Kevin was named "Best TV Reporter" three times by the readers of New Hampshire magazine.

A regular panelist on the "Crime Writers On" podcast, Kevin is the current chair of the Center for the Book at the NH State Library.

Rebecca Lavoie is a freelance columnist and magazine writer living in New England. Published in several regional and national publications, Rebecca has written for NewsweekPlayboy,, and New Hampshire magazine. 

Rebecca is the creator and host of the top-10 iTunes charting podcast, "Crime Writers On." She also has worked as a production adviser to another Serial spin-off, "Undisclosed."

A native of Freeport, NY, Rebecca is Digital Director at New Hampshire Public Radio. She was also the Senior Producer of the public radio program “Word of Mouth” and is considered a thought leader in the area of social media engagement.

She is the co-author of four books with her husband Kevin Flynn: Our Little SecretLegally Dead, Notes on a Killing, and Dark Heart.