When You Change Names To Protect The Innocent

Alasdair Beckett-King (previously) presents a seriously true crime story. Some of the details are a little distracting. In all honesty, you have to feel for the writers who must create pseudonyms for police procedurals that run for twenty years or more- it must be hard to come up with names that don’t either repeat or sound completely ridiculous. Beckett-King revealed that his own alias is an anagram: “King Abelard Caketits.”

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