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  • Murder on Federal Street: Tyrone Everett, the Black Mafia, Fixed Fights, and the Last Golden Age of Philadelphia Boxing

    by 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

  • one man job

    by danilo beslac

    Fraud is the most profitable criminal activity one can conjure up.

    For fraud, when everything is done with a smile and a friendly hanshake, the courts and judges are almost always inclined, and sometimes obliged by the law, to apply lenient approach in sentencing for this kind of non-violent crime.

    This is a true story.

  • one man job

    by danilo beslac
  • THE INNOCENT MAN

    by OLAWALE SALAU LAWAL
  • Hamad Alwazzan

    by Hamad Alwazzan
  • Murder Casebook Volume 1: 12 Shocking True Crime Cases

    by Prash Ganendran
    From 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.
  • The Sawyers

    by Dalton McGhee
    Spring 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
  • Smash, Smash, Smash: the true story of Kai the Hitchhiker

    by Philip Fairbanks
    Smash, Smash, Smash: the true story of Kai the Hitchhiker Philip Fairbanks February 2023 452 pages $16.99 paperback$9.99 ebook "That woman was in danger, so I ran up behind him with a hatchet... Smash, smash, SUH-MASH!!!" Millions of people heard these words and shared the viral video with their friends. This mysterious surfing hitchhiker then vanished as quickly as he appeared, only to reappear on many late night talk shows and fan videos. But 3 months later, he was arrested and charg... more
  • Evolution of democracy. Assassination of JFK SOLVED

    by David Gomadza
    Firstly, I will prove beyond doubt that the assassination of JFK was an event based on a carefully planned script but a murder plan. Even though Lee Harvey Oswald might have pulled the trigger. The Beast was the mastermind. Even though history repeats itself; lightning does not strike twice in one place but when that happens only the Beast might be behind all this. The Beast combined three scripts of the evilest crimes in the history of mankind and superimposed all events to produce one... more
  • Recipes for A Murderer

    by E.V. Fletcher
    Join Elley Fletcher in her unusual hobby, studying the lives of some of the most infamous murderers in history. From Edmund Kemper murdering young university women, Jeffrey Dahmer, the case of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, and many more. Fletcher dives into the twisted psychology behind the horrific murders that gripped the headlines. Drawing on her fascination with pathology of murderers, she examines the killers' childhoods, how they were raised, events that impacted their outlooks on lif... more
  • The Battle for Sicily's Soul

    by Claudine Cassar
    This book looks at how Cosa Nostra manipulated Sicilian society and the Catholic Church for decades, disappearing into the background while hiding in plain sight. The roots of the Mafia in the island’s religious superstition, bigotry and legends were so strong that it took over one hundred years and a massacre for the vows of secrecy to be broken, revealing the true face of the Sicilian Mafia.
  • Daughter of Song

    by Doug Hood
    \tDaughter of Song is narrative nonfiction about a teenager, daughter of Cambodian refugees, who is in prison for a puzzling crime involving her newborn. The author spends years with her parents, finds several similar cases, discovering how hers was subject to gross misunderstanding and prosecutorial overreach. With a team of lawyers they file a petition for clemency. It's an inspirational journey with an illiterate and devoted family in their quest for fairness.
  • 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
  • amazingbedtimestory

    by amazingbedtime story
    read the best bedtimes stories to your kids like famous bedtime story, horror stories, poems, nursery rhymes songs for your kids| amazingbedtimestory
  • Gnome Book Writing

    by Gnome Book Writing
  • Perpetual Gloom, a two rut-road on The Boloney Trail

    by Shelah A Johnson
    Perpetual Gloom is the first installment of The Boloney Trail trilogy. The Boloney Trail Trilogy Logline The Boloney Trail trilogy tells a true, uncensored and unapologetic, story of three generations of the Hornbeck family as they fight to survive the Great Depression by serving the Lord and the Devil, only then to become involved in the dawning of the feared Mexican Sinaloa drug cartel in the early 1960s. Perpetual Gloom Synopsis Perpetual Gloom lays the foundation for The Boloney... more
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