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A Special Kind Of Evil

The Colonial Parkway Serial Killings
By Blaine L. Pardoe, Victoria R. Hester

A Special Kind of Evil by Blaine L. Pardoe and Victoria R. Hester is a look back at the Colonial Parkway Serial Killings. A team of true-crime authors, father and daughter, are bringing these cold cases back to life in the hope that new evidence...

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A Bat in the Belfry

The True Story of the Boston Belfry Murderer
By B. A. Ellis

A Bat in the Belfry by B.A. Ellis is a fascinating story, a true crime that will captivate readers as it captivated the world at the time the crimes were committed. Boston after the Civil War was a thriving city, but it had its own...

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And the 13th Juror
By Rick Steber

Mac Griffith was a rough and tough cowboy such as you read about in an old Western novel. He rode horses, joined the rodeo, drank heavily, fought like no other, and was an all-round tough guy. In 1965, this all came to an end when,...

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A Killing in Capone's Playground

The True Story of the Hunt for the Most Dangerous Man Alive
By Chriss Lyon

Come visit an era of violent gangsters, corrupt politicians, and honorable policemen as they live their lives in one of the most violent times of the 1920s-1930s Michigan and Illinois states ever experienced, with murders, brutal acts, automobile accidents, speak-easies, bootleggers, and much more. Learn...

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A Crime Unfit To Be Named

The Prosecution of John William Campbell
By Denele Campbell

On June 25, 1949, a man by the name of John William Campbell, along with a female companion, was arrested in Fayetteville, Arkansas for a crime both the police and prosecutors of this small town deemed “unfit to be named," namely, sodomy. In fact, Mr....

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A Cry in the Night

The City of Lights' Dark Side
By Mary S. Brown Durr

A Cry in the Night: The City of Lights' Dark Side by Mary S. Brown Durr is a murder story set in the Jim Crow era. It is based on the murder of a young civil rights participant. It is also the personal experience of...

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All About Janet

The Story of my Missing Babysitter
By Forrest Canutt

More than 50 years ago, a 12-year-old girl was brutally raped, abused, killed, and buried in a lot in the 44 Ranch. Through all of this, there was one witness, five-year old Forrest Canutt. All about Janet: The Story of My Missing Babysitter details the...

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Anatomy of a Kidnapping

A Doctor's Story
By Steven Berk

Anatomy of a Kidnapping; A Doctor's Story is a perfect title for this book, as its author, Steven L. Berk is a physician who responded to the events of March 6, 2005, with the instincts and skills he had honed in his many years of...