This week, Ira spoke with Cathy Scott.
Cathy Scott is a veteran crime writer and award-winning investigative journalist whose work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, New York Post, San Diego Union-Tribune, George magazine, The Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, Las Vegas Sun and Reuters.
Best known for her penning “The Killing of Tupac Shakur” and “The Murder of Biggie Smalls,” Scott taught journalism at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for five years until she traveled to the Gulf region with a magazine in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. That trip resulted in the book, “Pawprints of Katrina.” Her latest books are “The Millionaire’s Wife” and “Murder in Beverly Hills.” Her recent TV appearances include Investigation Discovery, VH1 and A&E.
Scott, who also blogs for Psychology Today, is based in Las Vegas and has a second home in the mountains of San Diego County.