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.
The true story written by Vinnie Curto and Dennis N. Griffin explores the complex facets of Vinnie’s childhood of unspeakable abuse, his journey to becoming a World Boxing Champion and those he connected with along the way.
WRONG NUMBERS: A Gripping True Story Of Call Girls, Hackers, And The Mob In Las Vegas Back in the 90’s the Las Vegas call girl scene was much different than it is today. Most services were heavily advertised in telephone books and other traditional advertising forms, and controlled by the owners of the “entertainment” services. The main means of communication and setting up “dates” was by telephone. Somebody in Las Vegas found a way to secretly divert phone calls meant for one escort service and redirect them to a rival service. No one knew who was skimming off these phone calls, but certain businesses seemed to be expanding while others were losing calls. A plan was put into place by those familiar with organized crime factions to find the hacker and put him under control of a well-known Mafia family. Eventually the FBI and federal agents became involved in the race to find out what they were up to using technology that by today’s standards would seem archaic. Glen Meek was an investigative reporter at …