Author

Cathy Scott

American journalist

1949   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: University of Redlands
occupation: journalist, author, lecturer, biographer, writer
www.cathyscott.com

Cathleen "Cathy" Scott (born 1950s in San Diego, California) is a Los Angeles Times bestselling American true-crime writer and investigative journalist best known for penning the biographies and true crime books The Killing of Tupac Shakur and The Murder of Biggie Smalls, both bestsellers in the United States and United Kingdom. She grew up in La Mesa, California and later moved to Mission Beach, California, where she was a single parent to a son, Raymond Somers Jr. Her hip-hop books are based on the drive-by shootings that killed the rappers six months apart in the midst of what has been called the West Coast-East Coast war. Each book is dedicated to the rappers' mothers.
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works

9

Death in the Desert

book by Cathy Scott

author: Cathy Scott

2012

Murder of a Mafia Daughter

book by Cathy Scott

author: Cathy Scott

2015

Pawprints of Katrina

book by Cathy Scott

author: Cathy Scott

2008

The Killing of Tupac Shakur

book by Cathy Scott

author: Cathy Scott

1997

The Millionaire's Wife

book by Cathy Scott

author: Cathy Scott

2012

The Murder of Biggie Smalls

book by Cathy Scott

author: Cathy Scott

2000

The Rough Guide to True Crime

book by Cathy Scott

author: Cathy Scott

2009

Freeway Rick Ross

2014 memoir by former drug kingpin Rick Ross

author: "Freeway" Rick Ross, Cathy Scott

2014

Unconditional Honor

book by Cathy Scott

author: Cathy Scott

2015

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