An author of pulp nonfiction articles and novels, Cameron Woodley embeds himself with the most notorious criminals and writes of their exploits. The subjects he chooses to portray, including his most famous subjects Blake and Cenora are universally charismatic individuals, unaffiliated with large crime syndicates, and tend toward “victimless” crimes perpetrated against faceless entities like corporations, banks, or small time criminal outfits.
“Its true, people do like monsters. Once. Then they want to see them lose. What do you do if you want your readers to stick around, feed them more monsters? At some point that just gets depressing. I give them heroes. I give them hope, and they keep coming back.”