Her Alibi

By Mary L Schmidt

As a child, Mary could not figure out why her mother's behavior toward her tended to be either violent or angry. As she got older the relationship between them only got worse, so much so that she could not wait to get out of living...

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Operation George

A Gripping True Crime Story of an Audacious Undercover Sting
By Mark Dickens, Stephen Bentley

“They associate, infiltrate, befriend their target, and covertly gather evidence for a future day of reckoning,” writes author Mark Dickens with Stephen Bentley with respect to undercover police officers. “The Troubles” cut a swathe of human misery through Northern Ireland for nearly four decades(the 1960s-1998)....

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Juggernaut

By Ruth Forrest Glenn

Bette could never do anything right in her father's eyes. Her father, Jake West, wanted a son. Jake never missed an opportunity to tell her she was good for nothing. Bette had very low self-esteem and started hating women. Jake was abused when he was...

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The Last Jewish Gangster

The Middle Years
By David S. Larson

In The Last Jewish Gangster: The Middle Years by David Larson, Michael Hardy opines, “I developed a keen sense of where danger lurks, what money can buy, and some of the unstated rules,” as he languishes in La Mesa Del Diablo Prison. He had been...

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12/26/75

Twelve Twenty-Six Seventy-Five
By Tony Reid

12/26/75: Twelve Twenty-Six Seventy-Five by Tony Reid is a non-fiction true crime novel surrounding the 1975 murder of Donna Jo Richmond and the man who was convicted of the crime, Oscar Clifton. Clifton is no longer alive but the quest to clear his name and...

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Lies People Tell

An FBI Agent's toolkit for catching liars and cheats
By Frank Runles

In the course of a day, we get lied to or taken for a ride at least once. In some instances this can happen multiple times and it can be frustrating. The pain of being taken for a ride can lead to some rather harrowing...

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Simple, Safe & Secret

The 1981 Murder of Joan L. Webster
By Eve Carson

“Every crime has a solution. Sometimes the answers are obvious, but other times, layers of deceit cover up the truth,” opines Eve Carson at the inception of Simple, Safe and Secret: The 1981 Murder of Joan L. Webster. Thanksgiving had passed, and the holiday...

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The Last Jewish Gangster

The Early Years
By David Larson

The Last Jewish Gangster: The Early Years is the amazing story of Michael Hardy and how he became a gangster. David Larson reveals that Michael was doomed from the start when his Jewish mother left him with his Southern Baptist grandpa at birth, later coming...

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It's About Time

By Mickey Bridges

It’s About Time is a work of non-fiction in the memoir subgenre. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Mickey Bridges. In this fascinating true story of living through family distress and entering the dangerous criminal world...

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The Intrepid Brotherhood

Public Power, Corruption, and Whistleblowing in the Pacific Northwest
By Gordon Graham

The Intrepid Brotherhood: Public Power, Corruption, and Whistleblowing in the Pacific Northwest by Gordon Graham is an account of the author's experiences leading up to his controversial filing of a whistle-blower petition with the Chelan County Public Utility District. Organized under state statute as a...

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