Doug Kari

Doug Kari

Lying in a shallow grave to imagine the carnage that occurred there. Scouring a remote corner of Death Valley to discover a key clue in a missing person case. Walking through squalid encampments in Mexico to interview migrant refugees.

Doug Kari investigates true-crime stories firsthand and in depth.

A confirmed adventurer, Doug wrote about the Marquesas Islands after accessing remote villages by 4WD. He undertook the first end-to-end traverse of the Inyo Mountains as a fundraiser for a rural hospital, securing pledges for each summit he climbed.

Doug’s true-crime stories have run on the front pages of LA Weekly, Las Vegas Review-Journal, San Francisco Daily Journal, and other respected outlets.

An English major at U.C. Berkeley, Doug honed his writing skills under novelist and professor Leonard Michaels (The Men’s Club). After receiving his law degree from U.C. Law San Francisco, Doug practiced IP law while doing pro bono wilderness protection work for Desert Survivors, an outdoor group that he co-founded.

His forthcoming true-crime book, The Berman Murders, is slated for release by Roman & Littlefield in March 2024.

Meet Doug on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram @dougkariauthor.

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