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by Michael A. Jacobs
In a presentation unlike any other true crime story, TRACKRS takes the reader through all the stages involved in the pursuit of a serial killer. The perpetrator assaulted six young women in Orange County, California, in the late 1970s, murdering five and killing the unborn child of the sixth. The narration provides a detailed chronicle of an intricate murder investigation put together by multiple law enforcement agencies in 1996.
by Eric Johnson
Discover the captivating story within the pages of "My Father's Story: The Murder of the Best Man I've Ever Known" by Eric Johnson. The story unfolds when Eric delves into the life and tragic death of his father, Bill Johnson, who was brutally murdered by his ex-girlfriend in his own home, taking not only his life but also that of his beloved dog. In Eric's account of the story, you will witness first hand how profoundly an act of violence can change lives forever. Eric ... more
by Robert HallEmbark on a riveting odyssey as my manuscript unfurls—a tapestry woven with 32 vivid images and 3 immersive videos. This intriguing opening serves as a portal to a truth laid bare, awaiting your discerning gaze. Emerging from my Verizon career in telecommunications, I encountered a mysterious customer, their enigmatic tale a mere whisper of what lay beneath. A clandestine past as a federal agent, cloaked in high-security clearances, gave way to a venture into private security, shrouded in digit... more
by Gerald BellettFleeing from the world’s most powerful Intelligence agency, John Meier is hunted by the CIA across the U.S., Canada, UK, Japan, and Australia in his attempts to expose corruption at the highest levels of the U.S. Government in this riveting True Crime story.
by aphrodite jonesLevi’s Eyes delves into the unspeakable murders of Christina and Levi Karlsen -- as seen through the eyes of the killer. With each turn of the page, readers will be taken through increasing levels of horror as they discover that, after having gotten away with the murder of his first wife in 1991, this monster was free to kill and kill again – and he did just that. From the outside, Karl Karlsen lived a “normal” life. But behind closed doors, we see how this man’s depravity knew no bounds.
by Scott JohnsonThis is a true story (a compendium of articles) about the disbarment of Florida’s Most Prolific Litigator, titled…Collapse of an Evil Empire! It is highly recommended by legislative leaders including Senate tort reform sponsors, former Insurance Commissioners, insurer CEO’s and industry trade executives for carriers, agents and reinsurers.
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by Thomas QuillJacob Grey is no ordinary sales VP; beneath his professional facade lies a skilled operative with a storied background in the army and as a private contractor. But it’s his deep love for Alessandra, a woman who has endured a harrowing past, that drives him to embark on a perilous mission of vengeance. His path leads him back into a dark world of corruption and greed and the sinister underbelly of human trafficking and child prostitution. As Jacob works to dismantle the crime empire responsible f... more
by Hank BalevicHank Balevic, Former FBI Special Agent and President and Founder of Fidelity Data Service, has a new book, Faulty Background Checks Shatter Applicants Lives While Harming Businesses. And it's a riveting, exhaustive expose of the pernicious actions of many background screening companies—a controversial issue that no book has ever written about or exposed in the past! In it, Balevic cogently explains how the rapacious and inimical procedures of the screening companies have resulted in enforcem... more
by anthony papaA riveting story featuring a 16-page signature with color photos and reproductions of Anthony Papa's art, "15 To Life" is also an important social critique of America's draconian drug laws and a clarion call for reform.
by A.J. Crenshaw, IIIWhile there are some people that we can predict are on a path that may lead to jail, others, and even ourselves, may not see the incident, the arrest, or a trip to jail coming. Society does not mentally condition us to prepare for, cope with, or navigate the chaos behind the bars and the daily headlines don't seem to deter the impulsive behaviors that keep arrest rates growing. How Would You Survive? The Incident, The Arrest, and Jail gives us the proactive edge that highlights Common situati... more
by Frederick Douglass ReynoldsIn 2008, five people are murdered at a homeless encampment in Long Beach, California. Less than six months later, a teenager is executed in the desert close to 100 miles away. For several years the murders are seemingly unrelated until a single piece of evidence is uncovered during a search warrant, bringing two teams of detectives from different law enforcement agencies together to try and identify the killer before he murders again.
by Esad JaganjacThe novel "Emir Mateo" was inspired by actual events describing the suffering and senselessness of the war in the Balkans in 1992 - 1995, in which the author and his family found themselves. It is a true event with real main characters, while the other characters are described according to the author's memory. The novel's main character is a twelve-year-old boy, Edvin, who finds himself with his family in the horror of the war on Blakan in besieged Sarajevo. Assassins used snipers and grenades t... more
Murder on Federal Street: Tyrone Everett, the Black Mafia, Fixed Fights, and the Last Golden Age of Philadelphia Boxingby Sean Nam
Six months after losing a world title fight that remains infamous as one of the last mob fixes in boxing, Tyrone "The Butterfly" Everett-a flashy, handsome lightweight southpaw on the verge of stardom-was dead. Only twenty-four years old, he was shot in the head by his girlfriend, Carolyn McKendrick, who claimed that Everett had abused her throughout their relationship. But for years, street corner talk raised doubts about what actually took place in Philadelphia at 2710 Federal Str... more
by Prash GanendranFrom poisonings to cannibalism, from violent gangs to serial killers and political conspiracies, Murder Casebook Volume 1 takes the reader on a journey through 12 of the most sensational true crime cases in recent history. Covering murders from the US, UK, Canada, and Australia, this book explores some of humanity’s darkest moments.
by Dalton McGheeSpring 1921: John Sawyers, having worked the lumber mills and coal mines of Harlan County, KY, most of his life, saw an opportunity to get his family out of the hollers and out of poverty when prohibition became law nationally and started a bootlegging operation with his family last year. Yet, the Sawyers family soon learns the cost of continuing business, refusing to return to a life of poverty when rival gangs and law enforcement discover their operation. Fighting to keep everything they've bu... more