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  • Way Too Fast: An American Reckoning

    by John J. Farmer, Jr.
  • Who Killed My Mother?: a memoir

    by Kory M. Shrum
    Two phone calls. One mysterious death. This is a true story. 
 On July 4, 2020 Kory received two phone calls. One from her uncle, saying her mother was found dead in her bedroom from an overdose. A second from a homicide detective saying he believes it was murder—and her uncle is the suspect. 
 Now Kory wants to find the truth about what happened to her mother. But sifting through the conflicting details and compelling evidence turns out to be a hell of a ride. Only after a fearless look int... more
  • IceSpy

    by Norman Miller
    A novel that is CHILLING TO THE BONE Fiction often mirrors truth. And you get just as close as you want to be to non-fiction in this fast-paced novel that turned the turmoil surrounding the U.S. Bobsled Federation into shocking international intrigue. The pace is faster than a sled on ice and it races from Lake Placid, New York to the burrow of the CIA at Langley, Virginia to rebelling Latvia and its ancient rift with the Soviet Union during the final days of the Cold War. It's scary enou... more
  • An Occupational Hazard

    by James Wrethman
    The Novel to Gamble on this Year The Ventura Casino - a glittering arena where the super-rich go to pit their wealth against chance, and admire the beautiful Chicas who deal at the tables.But behind the scenes lurks a corrupt world of credit-fixing, prostitution and rape - a world that only a few brave employees dare to challenge. As the sleaze escalates and the challenge begins to look like a threat, how far will the powers-that-be go to protect their interests?
  • American Monster

    by JT Hunter
    This book is about serial killer and rapist Oba Chandler. The story focuses on the June 1989 triple-murder he committed by luring a vacationing mother and her two teenage daughters onto his fishing boat under the guise of a sunset cruise.
  • Death and Forgiveness, My Capital Punishment Witness

    by Alan Johnson
    Death and Forgiveness, My Capital Punishment Witness details my experiences witnessing and writing about executions in Ohio, including 21 in person. My journey changed when I began attending theological seminary, while still working as a reporter. I began to see the reasons killing someone because they killed someone was wrong. I also discovered the power of forgiveness, not just for those involved in violence, but for all of us. I became a witness in more than on way - for my readers and for Go... more
  • The Alaskan Blonde: Sex, Secrets, and the Hollywood Story that Shocked America

    by James T. Bartlett
    Known as “the most beautiful woman in Alaska,” Diane Wells was bruised and bloodied when she screamed for help in the early hours of October 17, 1953. Her wealthy husband Cecil was dead, and she claimed they were victims of a brutal home invasion. Police were immediately suspicious, and began to search for her alleged lover, black musician Johnny Warren. A sex scandal in far-off Alaska shocked the readers of Newsweek, Life, Jet, and pulp magazines, but no one thought it would end in a Holly... more
  • Code 4

    by Terry Smith
    Code 4 is an insider's view of the police profession as seen through the eyes of one of its veterans. Over a 37-year span Terry Smith worked as a uniformed officer, undercover narcotics agent, organized crime investigator and a homicide detective. He writes about things that happened while he was "protecting and serving" and gives an inside look at several newsworthy cases he supervised, including two tragic abduction homicides involving victims Julie Holmquist and Katie Poirier.
  • Edward Oliver Tilburn

    by Donald Hartman
    What do you get when you combine “Buffalo Bill” Cody with Bernie Madoff, and for good measure throw in an actor, a cookbook author, a college founder, a faith- healer, an embezzler, and a bigamist? Answer: Edward Oliver Tilburn E.O. Tilburn (aka N.T. Oliver, Ned Oliver, and Nevada Ned) was a late 19th/early 20th century con-artist that has somehow flown under the radar of both biographers and historians, but in this book Donald Hartman has revealed Tilburn to the world, and his life story... more
  • Real Prison Real Freedom

    by Rosser McDonald
    Prisons, an integral part of society, generally are not familiar to most people. Length of sentence and treatment by others in the prisons vary widely. The immediate “Man-in-charge” of each prison unit is the warden, who has some flexibility within TDCJ guidelines. Warden Dr. Keith Price gained a reputation for turning around some chaotic prison units. He knows from experience that at best, prisons are very difficult places for people, whether they are behind the bars or in front of them. “Peop... more
  • ROTT3N~$~APPLE || DECISIONS OF A WALL STREET THUG || FROM THE STREETS TO WALL STREET || BL3$$3D & H8'D!

    by LYRIC HAWKINS

    ROTT3N~$~APPLE || DECISIONS OF A WALL STREET THUG || BL3$$3D & H8’D!

    FROM THUG TO WALL STREET || THIS IS A SOUTHSIDE JAMAICA QUEENS STORY

    Lyric Nino Nasir Hawkins is a young black king growing-up in the mean streets of New York’s Sin City; the most infamous public housing projects, known as 40 Projects.

    He is an all-around great kid coming into man-hood who loves and protects his family, but due to critical circ... more

  • lasus cleaning

    by aby jose

    our workers are friendly and flexible for your work. We are available for you at reasonable charges for the service and all our cleaners are checked in DBS check. And you can completely trust your properties since we are covered by public liability insurance. Lassus is entirely safe and secure even during the pandemic situation. We protect our consumer's health and wellness to make them more convenient. From the smallest to the largest task, we believe your home deserves top-priority serv... more

  • Dark Fire

    by Bernadette Rule
    Dark Fire is the true story of the Drews and Lawrences, two young families who were massacred in the struggle to form a tobacco growers' union in 1920s Kentucky. Painstakingly researched and written with rare empathy, Dark Fire invites readers into a detailed recreation of the brief, incandescent lives of four adults and seven children whose murder has long been shrouded in mystery and collective silence.
  • CEO

    by Cathy Prather Russell
    Nonfiction novel about True life stories and crime
  • "Gin Fizz"

    by Suzanne Tilden-Mortimer
    The story takes place in 1960's Los Angeles, California. It's the heyday of advertising where media buyers are wined and dined, given plenty of gifts and other perks by radio and television sales people wanting a buy on their stations. Hillman and Cole is a full service advertising agency on Wilshire Boulevard where Irmhild is a senior broadcast buyer. She has caused trouble for just about anyone that knew her so there are numerous people with motive to kill her.
  • The Long Winding Road of Harry Raymond: A Detective's Journey Down the Mean Streets of Pre-War Los Angeles

    by Patrick Jenning
    Harry Raymond is remembered by historians today for surviving a bomb placed in his automobile by a secret squad of the Los Angeles Police Department. After the bombing, newspapers across the country ran photographs showing him stalwartly smoking a cigarette while doctors removed shrapnel from his legs. This brazen attempt on his life would transform Los Angeles, leading to the recall of the mayor, the termination of many Los Angeles Police Department leaders, and the imprisonment of membe... more

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