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Sarena Straus

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Sarena Straus is a writer, attorney and child safety advocate. She has appeared as a commentator on numerous TV and radio shows. Ms. Straus resides in New York with her husband, two children. In addition to authoring Bronx DA, Ms. Straus is the author of numerous legal articles and is a writer for and on the editorial board of the magazine “ACC Docket.” In 2010, Bronx DA was sold as a pilot to CBS/Paramount. She is currently completing two works of fiction: “The Collector,” an adult crime novel, and “Assimilation”, a young adult book. Sarena has appeared as a commentator numerous TV and radio shows including “Entertainment Tonight,” “The O’Reilly Factor,” “The Abrams Report,” “Good Day New York,” “Catherine Crier Live,” “MSNBC Dayside,” WNY ...more

We’ve been having such a robust discussion about Making a Murderer on my Facebook page, that I wanted to share my thoughts and a link to the discussion thread here.


Normally, I don’t like crime shows. The prosecutor in me gets too caught up in the inaccuracies and they drive me nuts, but the recent Netflix release, “Making A Murderer”, knocked my socks off. If I’d read it in a novel, I would hav...

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Gerad Prueitt I'm so far behind on my reading that my last five books from the summer were The Redeemer by Jo Nesbo, Road Dogs by Elmore,The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana by Umberto Eco, Accordion Crimes by E. Annie Proulex, and Bad Monkey by Hiaasen - fortunately I liked them all for different reasons. But I tend to work on my own projects at full throttle, burn out and then veg out and read - sometimes two or three books in a week between drawing and painting. That generally recharges me for a couple more weeks of writing.


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