Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Career 2.1 Film 2.2 Awards 2.3 Published works 2.3.1 Non-fiction 2.3.2 Anthologies (contributor) 3 Personal life 4 References 5 External links

Early life and education[edit] Scott attended Helix High School in La Mesa, California, Grossmont Community College and graduated with a bachelor's degree from the University of Redlands in 1990. Scott is the daughter of the late author Eileen Rose Busby,[3] and the late James (Jim) Scott, a Senior Olympics winner who helped pioneer and develop the game of racquetball. She is the granddaughter of California artist Esther Rose and Frank Rose (a sports writer at the Two Harbors, Minnesota, newspaper in the 1920s), and niece of the late Russian Orthodox hieromonk Seraphim Rose. Her brother is scientist and author J. Michael Scott. Her twin sister is antique store owner Cordelia Mendoza.

Career[edit] Scott wrote poetry as a teenager and worked on the Helix High School yearbook during her senior year. Her first full-time newspaper position was as a reporter for the Beach & Bay Press in Mission Beach and Pacific Beach, in 1987. She also freelanced for the Mira Mesa Scripps Ranch Sentinel.[4] She then became business editor of the La Jolla Light weekly newspaper after winning a Best of Show journalism award out of 1,200 entries from the San Diego Press Club. She then moved to a daily paper, the Vista Press, in North San Diego County. She left the Vista Press to string as a correspondent for the Associated Press and The San Diego Union-Tribune. While reporting in San Diego, she was a member of the San Diego Press Club. In 1993, she moved to the Mojave Desert as a crime beat reporter for the Las Vegas Sun, where she worked until 1998, then freelanced for The New York Times and the Reuters news service and wrote true-crime books and biographies. While still at the Sun, in 1997, her first book, The Killing of Tupac Shakur, was released.[5] Huntington Press released the book on the first anniversary of Shakur's death, issuing a 25,000-copy first printing, according to Publishers Weekly,[6] with a second edition released in 2002. The Killing of Tupac Shakur was number 2 on the Los Angeles Times bestseller list in paperback nonfiction the week of June 11, 2000.[7] Scott's article, first published in George magazine, was included in the 2005 anthology Tupac: A Thug Life, a compilation of national magazine writers released by Plexus Publishing. She contributed to two other anthologies, The Big Book of Social Media (Yorkshire Publishing 2010) and Masters of True Crime (Prometheus Books 2012). Scott has coached writers, including at the Flathead River Writers Conference in Montana[8] and San Diego State University's Writers' Conference.[9] Scott taught journalism and advanced magazine writing for five years at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Journalism until September 2005, when she traveled to New Orleans as an embedded reporter for Best Friends Animal Society to cover animal rescues in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina for its magazine and website. On her return from Louisiana, she hired on with Best Friends as a staff writer.[10] She sat as the Nevada State Sunshine Chair for ten years, until 2007, and on the Society of Professional Journalists Sunshine Committee.[11] From 2005 through 2007, Scott wrote a column titled "Crime & Punishment" for the alternative weekly Las Vegas CityLife.[12] Her sixth book, Pawprints of Katrina: Pets Saved and Lessons Learned, with photos by Clay Myers and foreword by actress Ali MacGraw,[13] was a result of Scott's nearly four months on the Gulf Coast writing about the largest rescue of animals in U.S. history.[14] Her seventh book, The Rough Guide to True Crime, a title in the Rough Guides series of books,[15] was released in August 2009[16] and featured at BookExpo America 2009.[17] She participated in the 2008 National Book Festival, sponsored by the Library of Congress and hosted by First Lady Laura Bush, on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.[18] She was a speaker at the 2011 No More Homeless Pets National Conference.[19] and at the 2012 Vegas Valley Book Festival.[20] In January 2011, Anderson Cooper's 360° blog included Scott in an update on the Tupac and Smalls cases, quoting her as saying that "the failure to secure the actual scene of the shooting and interview witnesses immediately doomed the investigation."[21] Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, New York Post, George magazine, Los Angeles Times, The Christian Science Monitor, San Diego Union-Tribune and Las Vegas Sun. On KTTV's "Good Day L.A." in March 2013, Scott discussed the verdict against chef David Viens in the disappearance of his wife Dawn.[22] Scott appeared twice on the public-access TV show Connie Martinson Talks Books in January 2003 to talk about the unsolved killing of Susan Berman and her book Murder of a Mafia Daughter[23] and in November 2000 to discuss rapper The Notorious B.I.G. and the book The Murder of Biggie Smalls.[24] She appeared on three Oxygen network "Snapped" segments concerning murder cases involving women and on Unsolved Mysteries about the Tupac Shakur investigation. In 2010 she appeared in the Discovery Channel's documentary, On the Case with Paula Zahn: Death in the Desert, about the Ted Binion trial.[25] On November 7 and 8, 2015, she appeared on a FOX News special about Robert Durst to discuss details about Berman's relationship with Robert Durst covered in Scott's book Murder of a Mafia Daughter.[26] Las Vegas CityLife newspaper named Scott's 2003 release, Murder of a Mafia Daughter, "Pick of the Week" in February of that year.[27] In 2011, she wrote the introduction and foreword to military combat photographer Russell Klika's book Iraq: Through the Eyes of an American Soldier.[28] Her eighth book, The Millionaire's Wife, about the 1990 contract murder of businessman George Kogan,[29] was released by St. Martin's Press True Crime Library in March 2012.[30] The book was launched at Scott's former high school library in April 2012.[31] In 2013, The Huffington Post reported that Scott was co-writing, with former drug kingpin "Freeway" Rick Ross, his autobiography, released in 2014.[32] The memoir, Freeway Rick Ross: The Untold Autobiography, was launched at the Eso Won Bookstore in Los Angeles on June 17, 2014, to a standing-room-only crowd.[33] In May 2014, Scott lodged a complaint with YouTube over a re-created image included in rapper Wyclef Jean's music video "April Showers." The controversy arose after Scott reported to YouTube that no attribution had been given, nor was permission sought for use of an autopsy photo released in Scott's book The Killing of Tupac Shakur. YouTube banned the video.[34] TMZ, which broke the story, reported that video director Hezues R' and Scott had settled the matter and agreed upon a screen credit at the end of the video.[35] Scott is a contributor to Psychology Today,[36] ForbesWoman blog[37] and Women in Crime Ink,[38] described by The Wall Street Journal as "a blog worth reading."[39] In March 2015, her book Unconditional Honor: Wounded Warriors and Their Dogs, with photos by Clay Myers and foreword by Bill Walton, was released by Globe Pequot Press.[40] In 2017, Scott co-authored The Crime Book volume with American crime writers Shanna Hogan, Lee Mellor, Rebecca Morris and British author Michael Kerrigan, with a foreword for the U.S. edition by Scott and the U.K. edition by author Peter James.[41] It was released in April 2017 in the U.K. and May 2017 in the U.S. by Dorling Kindersley (Penguin Random House). In an August 2017 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Scott explained the choice of stories for the book: "We tried to include the famous ones, and then some lesser-known. They needed to be from across the world and across the years and across a variety of crimes."[42] Film[edit] In February 2014, filming in Las Vegas was completed for Death in the Desert, a full-length movie directed and produced by Josh Evans and starring Michael Madsen, Shayla Beesley,[43] Paz de la Huerta, Roxy Saint and Stephen Manley,[44] based on Scott's book Death in the Desert[45] with screenplay by John Steppling.[45][46] Awards[edit] Best of Show, San Diego Press Club, 1989 Best Spot News Story (3rd Place), Nevada Press Association, 2007[47] Top 10 Best True Crime Books, True Crime Zine reader's poll, 2012[48] ForeWord magazine's 2013 Book of the Year Awards, True Crime (finalist)[49] ForeWord magazine's silver award for 2013 Book of the Year in True Crime[50] ForeWord magazine's 2014 Book of the Year Awards, True Crime (finalist)[51] Published works[edit] Non-fiction[edit] The Killing of Tupac Shakur (2014, 2002, 1997, Huntington Press) (ISBN 1935396544) The Murder of Biggie Smalls (2000, St. Martin's Press) (ISBN 0312266200) Death in the Desert: The Ted Binion Homicide Case (2012, 2000) (ISBN 1588205320) Seraphim Rose: The True Story and Private Letters (2000) (ISBN 1928653014) Murder of a Mafia Daughter: The Life and Tragic Death of Susan Berman (2002, Barricade Books) (ISBN 1569802386) Pawprints of Katrina: Pets Saved and Lessons Learned (2008) (ISBN 0470228512) The Rough Guide to True Crime (2009, Penguin) (ISBN 185828385X) The Millionaire's Wife (2012, St. Martin's Press True Crime Library) (ISBN 0312594356) Murder in Beverly Hills (2013, AuthorHouse) (ISBN 978-1434305602) Freeway Rick Ross: The Untold Autobiography (co-author) (2014, Freeway Studios) (ISBN 978-1499651539) Unconditional Honor: Wounded Warriors and Their Dogs (2015, Globe Pequot Press) (ISBN 978-1493003297) Murder of a Mafia Daughter: The Story Behind Suspicions Robert Durst Murdered Susan Berman (2015 2nd ed, Barricade Books) (ISBN 978-0934878494) The Crime Book (co-authored) (2017, Dorling Kindersley) (ISBN 978-1465462862) Anthologies (contributor)[edit] Tupac: A Thug Life (2005, Plexus Publishing) (ISBN 978-0859653756) The Big Book of Social Media: Case Studies, Stories, Perspectives (2010, Yorkshire Publishing) (ISBN 978-0881441598) Masters of True Crime: Chilling Stories of Murder and the Macabre (2012, Prometheus Books) (ISBN 978-1616145675)

Personal life[edit] She was married to Raymond Somers, with whom she has a son, Raymond Somers Jr.[citation needed] She lives in Julian, California, a mountain town in San Diego County.[52][53]

References[edit] ^ "Books In Print: Sign In". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ Aarons Books UK bestsellers list ^ "Eileen Rose Busby; writer, world traveler and antiques expert - The San Diego Union-Tribune". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Sentinel Mira Mesa Scripps, San Diego, CA".  ^ Review, The Killing of Tupac Shakur ^ "PW: On the Trail of Tupac". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "- Page 2 - Los Angeles Times Bestsellers". latimes.  ^ Flathead River Writers Conference ^ San Diego State University's Annual Writers' Conference 2009, Faculty ^ "About Cathy Scott". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ State Freedom of Information Contact Sites ^ Article index, Las Vegas CityLife ^ Wiley:Pawprints of Katrina: Pets Saved and Lessons Learned ^ "The Best Friends Blog". The Best Friends Blog. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Rough Guides -". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "The Rough Guide to True Crime (Rough Guide Reference): Cathy Scott, Rough Guides: 9781858283852: Books". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "BookExpo America 2009: Around the BEA Booths: C - D". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ Participant, 2008 National Book Festival ^ "2011 No More Homeless Pets National Conference". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Vegas Valley Book Festival Kicks Off Thursday (Official City of Las Vegas Web Site)". 2012-10-29. Retrieved 2012-11-12.  ^ "An AC360° Cold Case: Mystery still surrounds rappers' deaths". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Cathy Scott: In His Words, He Shut Her Up - Los Angeles Local News, Weather, and Traffic". 2013-03-20. Retrieved 2013-03-24.  ^ "Connie Martinson Talks Books". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ ""Connie Martinson Talks Books" Cathy Scott 'The Murder of Biggie Smalls' (TV Episode 2000)". IMDb. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ ""On the Case with Paula Zahn" Death in the Desert (TV Episode 2009)". IMDb. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "'Justice with Judge Jeanine' Special: Robert Durst and My Quest For Justice". Fox News.  ^ Las Vegas CityLife, "Pick of the Week: Murder of a Mafia Daughter," February 27, 2003 ^ "Iraq: Through the Eyes of an American Soldier: Russell Lee Klika, Cathy Scott: 9781935758020: Books". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ New York Daily News, "Barbara Kogan gets 12 years for ordering hit on husband," June 4, 2010 ^ "Inside Lenz Network". BlogTalkRadio. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ Karen Pearlman. "Book launch at Helix on Friday". U-T San Diego. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Rick Ross, Former Drug Kingpin: 'Why Wouldn't You Want To Emulate Me If You Can't Even Get a Job At McDonald's?". The Huffington Post. 2013-08-07.  ^ Nicole Williams. "Rick Ross Book signing Event Recap". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Wyclef Video Pulled Over Tupac Autopsy Image". 8 May 2014. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Tupac Shakur: Fake Autopsy Music Video Dispute SETTLED". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ Scott, Cathy. "Crime, She Writes". Psychology Today. Retrieved 2013-02-09.  ^ "Forbes  » Contributor Profile » Cathy Scott". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Women in Crime Ink". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ beckey bright (2 June 2009). "Blogs Worth Reading - WSJ". WSJ. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Author To Lecture And Sign Book About Wounded Warriors And Their Dogs". Coronado News.  ^ "Best new books you should read this April". Reader's Digest. March 2017.  ^ Phoebe Neidl (August 22, 2017). "'The Crime Book': What We Learned from Giant History of True Crime". Rolling Stone.  ^ Photographer helped Madsen meet Sinatra | Las Vegas Review-Journal ^ Death in the Desert (2014) - Full Cast & Crew - IMDb ^ a b John L. Smith Las Vegas Review-Journal. "Kindest cut of all for cancer patients". Las Vegas Review-Journal. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "Man of Conviction: John Steppling -- Playwright, Screenwriter and Teacher". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "NEVADA PRESS ASSOCIATION 2007 AWARD WINNERS". Las Vegas Review-Journal. Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ January 12, 2013 3:50 am (2013-01-04). "Best True Crime Books 2012 Winners List". True Crime Zine. Retrieved 2013-01-12.  ^ "All 2013 Finalists — IndieFab Awards". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "All 2013 Winners — IndieFab Awards". Retrieved 6 March 2015.  ^ "All 2014 Finalists — Foreword Reviews' INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards".  ^ ^ "Author To Lecture And Sign Book About Wounded Warriors And Their Dogs". Coronado Eagle & Journal - Coronado News - Coronado Island News. 

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