Inside Edition: "The Case of the Murdered Newlywed and the Cop Who Nearly Got Away With It: Inside The Lazarus Files"
Thank you to Inside Edition for writing about The Lazarus Files and producing this incisive short video on the Sherri Rasmussen case.
FOX 11 Los Angeles News In Depth: "The Lazarus Files"
FOX 11 “News In Depth” host Hal Eisner interviews Matthew McGough and LAPD Detective Marc Martinez about The Lazarus Files and the murder of Sherri Rasmussen.
The Oprah Magazine: "20 Best True Crime Books That'll Make You Want to Sleep With the Lights On"
Thanks to the Oprah Magazine for including The Lazarus Files in this illustrious list of true crime books that “read like novels.”
Crime Traveller: "The Lazarus Files: Did the LAPD Protect a Love-Sick Homicidal Cop?"
Clarence Walker Jr. reviews The Lazarus Files for Crime Traveller.
Los Angeles Times Q&A: "Matthew McGough on how an LAPD officer hid a murder for nearly 30 years"
An in-depth Q&A with Stuart Miller of The Los Angeles Times about my new book, The Lazarus Files: A Cold Case Investigation.
Advance Praise for Matthew McGough's THE LAZARUS FILES
“The Lazarus Files is crime writing at its finest. Matthew McGough’s deep dive into one of the most controversial cases in Los Angeles history is expertly researched and recreated in exacting and haunting detail. I was riveted.” —Michael Connelly
“The Lazarus Files chronicles one of the most fascinating homicide cases in the history of the LAPD. Matthew McGough does a herculean job of research and reporting in order to track down the many serpentine threads in this coldest of cold cases. This is a thrilling story of justice long delayed—but justice finally served.” —Miles Corwin, author of the national bestseller The Killing Season and Los Angeles Times bestseller Homicide Special
“The Lazarus Files is a thorough, comprehensive, and impressive account of the murder of Sherri Rasmussen, and how LAPD detective Stephanie Lazarus got away with the crime for more than two decades. Matthew McGough has not only written a singular true crime story, but a careful and damning indictment of systemic failure, one that should reverberate for years to come.” —Sarah Weinman, author of The Real Lolita: The Kidnapping of Sally Horner and the Novel That Scandalized the World