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My Life of Crime with Erin Moriarty
“48 Hours” correspondent Erin Moriarty takes you inside true-crime investigations like no one else, taking on killers and those accused of crimes. This season she delves into the labyrinth of crime within families and the secrets that kept them together or tore them apart. Moriarty brings almost three decades of experience as a lawyer and reporter involved in murder cases — she brushes past the speculation to the evidence and talks to the people directly involved, including investigators and the families of victims. Follow along Erin's journey as she goes beyond the scene of each...
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4.4 stars from 1,280 ratings
Missindie
Hello. I have a Wondery + subscription however I’m not getting the full episodes?
missindie1 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/09/24
Voice ..😔
Great story, just unfortunate the voice is horrible to listen to. Sounds like you’ve been chain smoking your whole life and probably smoking something now too.
Hamda O via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/08/24
Great podcast
Great podcast, iconic voice
Bambiii123 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/19/24
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