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  • A Sorry Saga: Theft, Forgery, Scholarship... and the Vinland Map

    by John Paul Floyd

    Five decades have now passed since a major university proudly announced the existence of the Vinland Map to the world. Hailed as the "oldest known map showing American lands," its publication was greeted with a wave of chaotic controversy. To this day, despite being widely denounced as a forgery, the Vinland Map still exercises a mysterious drawing power. In a detailed critical study, amateur researcher John Paul Floyd sets out his personal discoveries which expose the true scandals... more

  • Kidnapping the Prince of Albany: John O'Connell Kidnapping of 1933

    by James Dunn
    The O'Connell family, with Dan at the helm, ran Albany, New York from the late 1920s to the late 1950s. Like most mobsters, he used the money he made from illegal liquor sales to ‘influence’ the political system and feed the poor. With politicians securely in his pocket, Dan used his influence to change the kidnapping laws after his nephew was grabbed off the street and held for ransom in what turned out to be an inside job. Will Albany be turned upside down searching for his nephew or will Dan... more
  • Jerry's Riot: The True Story of Montana's 1959 Prison Disturbance

    by Kevin S. Giles
    "Jerry’s Riot," the 445-page book written by Montana native Kevin S. Giles, is the inside story of a disturbing riot during an era of extensive prison violence in America. This true crime book examines in revealing detail the explosion that resulted in Deer Lodge, Montana, when former Alcatraz Island convict Jerry Myles collided with reform warden Floyd Powell. "Jerry’s Riot" takes the reader inside the prison walls to visit the lives of guards and prisoners who experienced the riot. The book... more
  • What Ever Happened to Baby James?

    by Don W. Boehner
    It is 3am on a hot September morning in 1949. A dark sedan pulls to the rear of a home known as the unwed mothers birthing clinic in Jasper, Tennessee. The small, quiet package is slipped past the screen door and secreted away in the dead of night never to be seen again. It is a scenario replayed over and over in the 1940's by the infamous Tennessee Children's Home Society, and Ms. Georgia Tann, its unholy matron. Stolen after birth, my mother was told I was dead. I was sold for $5,00... more
  • Jack the Ripper and Probable Cause

    by Gary Bates, J.D.
    By using Probable Cause, the author reveals the identity of Jack the Ripper.
  • Jack the Ripper and Probable Cause

    by Gary Bates
    By using probable cause the author reveals the identity of Jack the Ripper.
  • pos software

    by stephy anna
    Retail business are now being increasing like nothing. But it is a fact that not all business or startups get enough reorganization as it demands. There are thousands of such business coming up each day. So it is very important to do some thing different than traditional way or what others do. Pos software or point of sale software’s are an important method which helps you to grow your business. Advertising in such software or sites helps in getting more reorganization to your sites. It also ... more
  • Along the Darksome Road

    by J.J. Maxwell

    This is the stunning account of how the innocent purchase of an antique childrens book led a family to rediscover a terrible crime that captured the headlines on both sides of the Atlantic during the autumn of 1932, the exemplary investigation and pursuit of the killer by the Swiss Police, and the crucial support the staff of the American Embassy in Switzerland and the people of the Swiss valley gave to the police and the victim's younger sister.

  • Extra Prosecutor Against William Jefferson Clinton: Basic Edition

  • clean drinking water

    by alice rose
    With the modern life style , the number of diseases among humans are increasing day by day. It is really a god thing tat the living style and food habits of humans are improving day to day. But on the other side, this trend has a negative effect also. As the life style and food habits are changing , the number of community diseases are also increasing. More and more new diseases are being reported each day. One of the main reason for this trend is the change in food habit. When talking about fo... more
  • Dark Secret: The Complete Story

    by Nyssa Corbin
    When a young girl goes missing in Kentucky, thousands join the search for her. From military stationed at the nearby base to the local police department and many civilian residents who never even knew the young girl or her family - the effort put forth to find her is immense. But, when the FBI become involved, the missing girl's case takes a different turn. Only three people know what really happened to the little girl. Will any of them talk? Will there ever be justice for little Alex Suleski? I... more
  • STOPPNow (Stop the Organized Pill Pushers) Now

    by Janet Colbert
    The chilliong first hand-account of the horrors of the opiate epidemic told by a neonatal intensive care nurse, will forever open your eyes to the consequences suffered by the drug-addicted babies, families and our nation. Living in any community in the United States, the effect of the opiate epidemic is felt. Broward County Florida where the author Janet Colbert lives and worked is the epicenter of the opiate epidemic for our entire nation. Through research Colbert discovered the world of corru... more

  • Wisps from The Cavern

    Wisps from The Cavern is three story book; each short story is meant to entertain you without a profoundly long narrative that requires your attention for days on end. The first story, A Formal Affair, is about a young executive "player" who gets caught up in a web of chicanery and deceit that may cost him his life and his lady. Grasping at straws, only a street-wise dogged search for answers is his only hope. The second, Minnie Lee, is part one of a two-part chronicle that reveals the trials ... more
  • Inevitable dreaming

    by Dave Dröge
    At the moment forensic psychologist Waldemar van Splunteren is defending himself against an inquiry, thereby challenging his unjust suspension, something terrible happens: his wife and child are being killed in a tragic accident. He loses himself in self-pity and avoids any contact with the outside world. Only Miriam, a prosecutor and a good friend of his wife, does not budge. She advises him to try a new form of meditative, virtual reality therapy. During these sessions, Waldemar comes to know ... more