UNDER A FULL MOON: The Last Lynching in Kansas tells of the tragic abduction and death of an eight-year-old girl at the hands of a repeat offender in 1932.
‘TIL DEATH DO US…’ examines Gladys, her numerous marriages, and her escalation into murder all backed up by the author’s research and personal letters from Gladys and her husbands. The great thing about true crime is you can’t make this stuff up!
Thomas O’Callaghan discusses the third book in the series that highlights NYPD Homicide Commander Lieutenant John W. Driscoll as the prime investigator of a reprehensible crime.
Make Hollywood Great Again: Cinema in the Era of President Trump by Michael Jolls examines some of the movies, political and otherwise, that have been released around the Donald Trump presidency.
If you like a mind bending story that allows you to predict the outcome, The Friar’s Lantern will take you there.