“Jeremy Craddock is a hugely talented writer and journalist.” 
Elaine Collins, TV producer of ITV’s Vera and BBC’s Shetland.

Jeremy Craddock is a journalist and author.

His first book, The Jigsaw Murders: The True Story of the Ruxton Killings and the Birth of Modern Forensicscropped-jez.jpg, is due to be published by the History Press in 2021. It is a historic double murder case from the Agatha Christie era that has haunted him since he was a child.

The Jigsaw Murders has been optioned for TV by Elaine Collins, of Tod Productions, who is responsible for bringing Shetland to the BBC and Vera to ITV.

the-jigsaw-murders-coverJeremy teaches multimedia journalism at Manchester Metropolitan University. For two decades he was a reporter and editor on local and national newspapers in the North West of England. He contributes to a media law podcast called Bang to Rights, which can be found via Apple podcasts at iTunes, or Stitcher. He is on Twitter: @JezCraddock.

The Jigsaw Murders is available as hardback, e-book and audiobook for pre-order at Bookshop.org, Blackwell’s and Amazon.