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  • Bhubaneswar Escorts

    by Aditi Ray
    Going for a vacation trip now invite our BBSR ladies for more fun and entertainment they know how to Entertain guests better than everyone.
  • 19 YEARS IN PRISON

    by DAVID G'MERCIE
    19 YEARS IN PRISON, a True story of a young man from a broken home, who gets himself into Drugs through peer pressure at age 16. As a young adventurous man, he was cautioned in a Nightmare of an impending serious trouble due to a white woman who was to come his way in the near future. To this effect, God also counseled him of the consequences of getting involved with any other woman of the opposite skin colour, because that white woman was coming. Unfortunately, the white lady came, but he had f... more
  • Anthony Quinn Warner, the Batman Building Bomber, Nashville Tennessee

    by Everett Watson
    This the true story of Anthony Quinn Warner. What happened in Nashville on Christmas day is obvious but why the bombing happened is still not clear. I give the reader a glimpse of Nashville. I give the readers a different look at Anthony Quinn and the event that took place on Christmas day 2020. I provide more than one reason to the bombing of downtown Nashville and a different version that concludes with the ending of Warner’s life. I create more questions that will never be answered. This ... more
  • The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 3

    by Michael F. Cole
    In the final volume of The Zodiac Revisited, Michael Cole uses the insights developed in Volumes 1 and 2 to reexamine numerous aspects of the letters and crimes attributed to the Zodiac Killer. Additionally, he reevaluates the question: was the same man responsible for a string of murders in Southern California before the Zodiac Killer emerged in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  • The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 2

    by Michael F. Cole
    After establishing a foundation in Volume 1, The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 2 provides an in-depth analysis of the case of the Zodiac Killer. Several aspects of the killer's behavior are explored, including his use of a methodology, the creation of the persona, his use of ciphers, and the killer's obsession with threatening to kill children on a school bus.
  • The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 1: The Facts of the Case

    by Michael F. Cole

    In December of 1968, a serial killer began orchestrating a campaign of terror in the San Francisco Bay Area. Not satisfied with the simple act of murder, he taunted law enforcement and the public by writing letters to local newspapers. Through often cryptic and bizarre content—including four ciphers, three of which have never been solved—the psychopath played a twisted game. Reporters dubbed the man...

  • Willing to do

    by Lillian Jackson
  • Online Language Services

    by Dawn Hawkins
  • Deliberate Duplicity

    by David Rohlfing
    What is the book about? Well, one by one, dead bodies are being found at different points along the Constitution Trail, where abandoned railroad tracks once ran through the “Twin Cities” of Bloomington-Normal, Illinois. The work of a calculating, methodical killer, each body is posed on the ground with the eyes manipulated so they remain wide open – witnesses who cannot testify to what they’ve seen. David Rohlfing’s debut novel, Deliberate Duplicity (available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble on Jan... more
  • Battered Doctor Syndrome

    by Eugene Wrayburn
    An Eye-Witness Account of Surviving Ireland's Covert Capital Punishment Program.
  • A Stranger Killed Katy

    by William D. LaRue

    In the early morning hours of August 29, 1986, Clarkson University sophomore Katy Hawelka – bright, pretty and full of life – strolled back to her upstate New York campus after a night out. On the dimly lit path beside the university’s ice hockey arena, a stranger emerged from the darkness. The brutal sexual assault and strangulation that followed rocked the campus and the local community to its core. When Katy was declared brain-dead three days later, her family’s nig... more

  • On Street Fighting: Lesson Learned in a Violent Subculture

    by J.D. Bradley
    For many years I was a violent sociopath as a direct result of my childhood and then experiences as a soldier. My adventures in the methamphetamine culture certainly exacerbated that. I am not proud of this. I'm just saying what it is; that being said, this book will articulate that experience in a series of amusing anecdotes and thoughts that explain the important lessons that I learned during that time; lessons I learned with contusions, abrasions, a couple of lacerations, my own blood, some j... more
  • Digital Mafia: Think you know the mob, think you know digital criminals, think again

    by Gregorio Giuliani
    Gregorio founded a digital banking company from scratch, and in seven years, it has become a cash fountain, generating millions a month. It is on schedule for an initial public offering when it is digitally laundered of millions by a highly sophisticated crime network—a collaboration of white-collar criminals, Mafia informants, and telemarketers selling seniors fake insurance policies. The ultimate act of betrayal unfolds when two of Gregorio’s trusted employees sell him out with critical inform... more
  • yictic

    by sharon greene
    I am sharongreene, working for yictic as PR consultant. With more than 6 years experience in PR and Digital Industry, helping teams to achieve goals by streamilining the process.
  • Truths Written In Blood: Why Conservatives Should Support Gun-Market Reforms

    by Zephyr Dorsey
    Comprehensive yet concise, Truths Written In Blood is the most actually helpful book on America's gun-violence problem yet written.

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