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Murder, Madness and Mayhem

Murder, Madness and Mayhem
  • Author : Mike Browne
  • Publisher : HarperCollins
  • Release Date : 2021-11-02
  • Total pages : 336
  • ISBN : 9781443461603
  • File Size : 48,5 Mb
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Mike Browne, host of the popular Canadian podcast Dark Poutine, chronicles some of his all-time favourite stories of true crime and dark history from Canada and around the world. Divided into four sections —Murders with a Twist, Perpetual Puzzles, The Madness of Crowds and Notable Disasters — all the stories in this collection (except two) are brand new and haven’t been covered by the podcast. In Murders with a Twist, Browne recounts seven true crime stories with atypical elements, including weird motives, unusual perpetrators and bizarre murder weapons. In one case, we meet a man who is willing to kill to possess a human voice. In another, two women play a deadly game to prove their love to each other. Perpetual Puzzles covers six stories that remain unresolved and will leave you with more questions than answers. They include the archaeological find of the century, which turns out to be something far more sinister, as well as the discovery of a dead man on the beach with a mysterious clue in his pocket. The Madness of Crowds reveals that murder and mayhem are sometimes a group effort. We meet two young Canadians who leave home one summer to find work and instead end up on a murder spree, and a bizarre California cult that asks its members to topple the Mormon church. The book concludes with Notable Disasters, which describes some of the most tragic and deadly events in history, including the deadly tsunami in the Indian Ocean on December 26, 2004, as well as the devastating Grenfell Tower fire in London in June 2017. The book includes a foreword by Alan R. Warren, bestselling true crime author and host of the House of Mystery Radio Show.

Madness & Mayhem

Madness & Mayhem
  • Author : Emma Slate
  • Publisher : Tabula Rasa Publishing, LLC
  • Release Date : 2022-08-05
  • Total pages : 457
  • ISBN : 9781955098083
  • File Size : 19,8 Mb
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A single night can change everything. Now I’m pregnant with a biker’s baby. I try to give Slash an out, but he claims me. He wants more. He wants us. He wants to protect me and our baby. Slash is rugged and virile, and I’m falling for him hard and fast. I know he’s not white-picket-fence material, but he makes me feel safe and adored. I never thought I’d be with a man like him. But he’s so wrong he might be my right.

Madness, Mayhem and Motherhood

Madness, Mayhem and Motherhood
  • Author : Nikki McWatters
  • Publisher : Univ. of Queensland Press
  • Release Date : 2018-06-27
  • Total pages : 288
  • ISBN : 9780702261497
  • File Size : 19,7 Mb
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A wild roller-coaster ride through the ups and downs of motherhood and mental illnessAt 26, Nikki found herself knocking on her best friend’s door with a suitcase, a jar of coins and two little boys – all she had in the world. Madness, Mayhem and Motherhood is her funny, sad and brutally candid account of her life through poverty, homelessness, child-rearing, friendships, lust, love and loss.Whether she was cleaning the houses of millionaires to put food on the table, falling hard for The Wiggles, drowning in cask wine, living in a tent or dealing with predatory landlords, Nikki refused to go under and tethered her survival to her love for her children, which pulled her through the darkest days.In Madness, Mayhem and Motherhood, the struggles are raw but the laughs are loud and the love is palpable. Being a poor, mad mother has its challenges but Nikki McWatters humanises the face of poverty, while arm-wrestling her mental illness into submission and packing school lunches like a boss. Madness, Mayhem and Motherhood is a powerful, touching and wildly entertaining story of maternal endurance.

Mayhem and Madness

Mayhem and Madness
  • Author : J. A. Dauber
  • Publisher : Holiday House
  • Release Date : 2019-09-03
  • Total pages : 304
  • ISBN : 9780823443109
  • File Size : 55,9 Mb
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Bailey never meant to be the bad guy in the bulletproof robotic suit, but with every mission he gets closer to finding his father . . . and he can't stop now. Bailey is a pretty average teenager in a pretty average town. He runs track, gets decent grades, and has an unrequited crush. So what is a super-powered flying suit of computerized armor doing twenty feet under his boring suburban home? Bailey needs to know where it came from, if it belonged to his long-missing father, and most importantly, if it can be used to bring his dad back. This lightning-fast adventure inspired by classic comic book tales pushes a good kid to his limits and questions the difference between a hero and a villain. One day he's getting beat up by the captain of the football team, the next day he's robbing banks on Fifth Avenue, stealing diamonds from Tiffany's, and zooming through aerial dogfights. But how much bad is Bailey willing to do to bring his dad home safely? For fans of Iron Man, superhero stories, and dark humor.

Madness, Mayhem and Murder

Madness, Mayhem and Murder
  • Author : Dean Jobb
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2021-07-12
  • Total pages : 246
  • ISBN : 1989725619
  • File Size : 16,9 Mb
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Jack Randell, skipper of a Lunenburg-based rum-running schooner, sparked a diplomatic row in 1929 when he tried to outrun the United States Coast Guard. Henry More Smith was a nineteenth-century thief so brazen that he swiped law books from the office of a Halifax judge, then returned them to collect a reward. Samuel Herbert Dougal was a monster who preyed on women and likely murdered two of his wives while serving with the British Army in Halifax in the 1880s. And Irish-American terrorists hatched a fiendish plot to blow up a Royal Navy warship anchored in Halifax Harbour in 1883. Their target? Prince George of Wales, a midshipman on board who would one day ascend to the British throne as King George V. Madness, Mayhem and Murder, the sequel to 2020's bestselling Daring, Devious & Deadly, is a collection of sixteen more true tales of crime and justice. The stories are drawn from almost two centuries of Nova Scotia's history, from the province's first murder case in 1749 to its last execution in 1937. The cast includes pirates and privateers, terrorists, shadowy Confederate agents, and a motley crew of smugglers, thieves, killers, duel-fighting gentlemen and a few people who were in the wrong place at the wrong time. These are stranger-than-fiction tales of crime and punishment, tragedy and redemption, and guilt and innocence, with a lot to say about the past - and the unending quest for justice.

Harms Way

Harms Way
  • Author : Joel-Peter Witkin
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1994
  • Total pages : 162
  • ISBN : UOM:39015034230907
  • File Size : 35,7 Mb
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Inevitable death and our agony to attain Utopia have made existence a form of pathology. We are left with the secret need for redemption which few of us will understand or witness. This need still lives in acts of love, courage and art. In the images included in this book it is found in the conjoined destinies of artist and subject, phantoms on either side of that curtain we call photography. Implicit in these photographs is the brutal extreme of their purpose and an intimation however distant to their makers that something was manifested beyond the event itself.

King of Cannes

King of Cannes
  • Author : Stephen Walker
  • Publisher : Penguin (Non-Classics)
  • Release Date : 2001-04
  • Total pages : 276
  • ISBN : 014100147X
  • File Size : 20,8 Mb
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As Walker filmed a documentary offering an inside peek at filmmaking, he followed four ambitious and unknown filmmakers in their quest for fame and glory at the Cannes film festival. His hilarious, uncensored diary of that process takes readers on a wild romp through the glamor and the excesses of the movie business.

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness
  • Author : Jaimie Baron,Kristen Fuhs
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2021-12-08
  • Total pages : 128
  • ISBN : 9781000539325
  • File Size : 21,7 Mb
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The third volume in the Docalogue series, this book explores the significance of the documentary series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness (2020), which became 'must-see-TV' for a newly captive audience during the global Covid-19 pandemic. The series – a true-crime, tabloid spectacle about a murder-for-hire plot within the big cat trade – prompts interesting questions about which documentaries become popular in particular moments and why. However, it also raises important questions related to the medium specificity of documentary in the streaming era, as well as the ethics of both human and animal representation. By combining five distinct perspectives on the Netflix documentary series, this book offers a complex and cumulative discourse about Tiger King’s significance in multiple areas including, but not limited to, animal studies, queer theory, genre studies, labor relations, and digital culture. Students and scholars of film, media, television, and cultural studies will find this book extremely valuable in understanding the significance of this larger-than-life true-crime documentary series.

Markets, Mobs & Mayhem

Markets, Mobs & Mayhem
  • Author : Robert Menschel
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2002-10-01
  • Total pages : 256
  • ISBN : 9780471267713
  • File Size : 17,7 Mb
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In this fascinating tour through cultural, global, economic, and business history, icon of the financial world Robert Menschel explores the phenomenon of crowd psychology and its effects on business and culture. Explaining how crowd psychology creates market bubbles and irrational exuberance, Menschel mines world history—from the rise of the Nazis in Germany, to the fanatical love of brands, to the Dutch tulip craze of the seventeenth century, to America’s 1990s Internet bubble—to reveal how the behavior of crowds negatively affects the business world. Championing the causes of individuality and common sense, Markets, Mobs & Mayhem offers real wisdom for investors who want to keep their wits when everyone else is losing theirs.

Shooting Victoria

Shooting Victoria
  • Author : Paul Thomas Murphy
  • Publisher : Open Road Media
  • Release Date : 2012-07-03
  • Total pages : 539
  • ISBN : 9781453249376
  • File Size : 20,7 Mb
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“A fresh, lively ” perspective on Victorian England, as seen through the eight assassination attempts on Queen Victoria (Publishers Weekly, starred review). During Queen Victoria’s sixty-four years on the British throne, no fewer than eight attempts were made on her life. Seven teenage boys and one man attempted to kill her. Far from letting it inhibit her reign over the empire, Victoria used the notoriety of the attacks to her advantage. Regardless of the traitorous motives—delusions of grandeur, revenge, paranoia, petty grievances, or a preference of prison to the streets—they were a golden opportunity for the queen to revitalize the British crown, strengthen the monarchy, push through favored acts of legislation, and prove her pluck in the face of newfound public support. “It is worth being shot at,” she said, “to see how much one is loved.” Recounting what Elizabeth Barrett marveled at as “this strange mania of queen-shooting,” and the punishments, unprecedented trials, and fate of these malcontents who were more pitiable than dangerous, Paul Thomas Murphy explores the realities of life in nineteenth-century England—for both the privileged and the impoverished. From these cloak-and-dagger plots of “regicide” to Victoria’s steadfast courage, Shooting Victoria is thrilling, insightful, and, at times, completely mad historical narrative. Whether through film (Jean-Marc Vallée’s The Young Victoria), biography (Julia Baird’s Victoria: The Queen), television (Daisy Goodwin’s Victoria), or revisionist fantasy (Paul Di Filippo’s The Steampunk Trilogy) there is a strong interest in Victorian England. Now Paul Thomas Murphy approaches this period from an eccentric, entirely new, and unexplored angle, combining legal, social, and political history into a book that is both “enlightening [and] great fun” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review).

Manx Murders

Manx Murders
  • Author : Keith Wilkinson
  • Publisher : Random House
  • Release Date : 2012-04-27
  • Total pages : 224
  • ISBN : 9781780574974
  • File Size : 21,5 Mb
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A beautiful island lying in the northern part of the Irish Sea between England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, the Isle of Man was once a popular holiday destination. It is perhaps better known today for the TT motorcycle races held there, its tailless cats and Manx kippers. However, it also has its darker side. Manx Murders is a collection of gripping and mysterious murder cases committed on the Island over the last 150 years, from the brutal slaying of a spinster one dark night on a lonely track near Ramsey to the infamous 'Golden Egg Murder' in central Douglas. The cases that have caused shock and sensation throughout two centuries of the Island's history are recorded here as the author reveals the events behind the last hanging on the Island, a deathbead confession, the harrowing story of a murderous father and the cases that remain unsolved to this day. The Island's political importance as a wartime holding area for prisoners of war is also explored through the account of a bizarre, seemingly motiveless killing in 1916 and the stabbing of a Finnish prisoner during the Second World War. Using information obtained from newspapers, inquest records and trial transcripts whenever these were available, each murder is described against the backdrop of contemporary events to give the reader a distinct flavour of life at the time of the crime. While each case is unique, all share an overwhelming sadness and tragedy that will never be forgotten.

100 Most Infamous Criminals

100 Most Infamous Criminals
  • Author : Jo Durden Smith
  • Publisher : Arcturus Publishing
  • Release Date : 2013-07-17
  • Total pages : 229
  • ISBN : 9781782127505
  • File Size : 44,6 Mb
  • Total Download : 125

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An indispensable introduction to the darker side of life, revealing the often strange and grisly stories behind the world's most infamous murderers, swindlers and crooks. 100 Most Infamous Criminals is an astounding compendium of crimes and their perpetrators. Here you will find the stories of some of history's most notorious criminals, the lives they led, the crimes they committed and the destruction and sorrow they left in their wake. This collection includes such notorious villains as: • Jack the Ripper, the man who terrorized Victorian London. • Ted Bundy, the serial killer beloved by his neighbours. • Al Capone, the king of gangsters. • Harold Shipman, Britain's angel of death.

Christmas Madness, Mayhem, and Mall Santas

Christmas Madness, Mayhem, and Mall Santas
  • Author : Bonnie Daly
  • Publisher : CreateSpace
  • Release Date : 2013-10-21
  • Total pages : 90
  • ISBN : 1492934755
  • File Size : 52,5 Mb
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Leaving no stone unturned—or present unwrapped—Christmas Madness, Mayhem, & Mall Santas takes you on a hilarious journey through the misadventures, mishaps, and misguided sentiments that we all deal with during the Christmas season. Be prepared to laugh in the face of holiday stress, as you delve into such topics as parent-proof packaging, cats vs. Christmas trees, bows that don't stick, lights that won't light, and husbands that won't help, as well as a multitude of other misaligned, multifaceted merriment.

Bad Juju: And Other Tales of Madness and Mayhem

Bad Juju: And Other Tales of Madness and Mayhem
  • Author : Jonathan Woods
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2010-04
  • Total pages : 226
  • ISBN : 098155797X
  • File Size : 49,5 Mb
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Running a scam in a two-bit Caribbean republic, a tough-as-nails gun moll has to outrun both a murder rap and the local neo-Nazi commandant. A jealous archaeologist uses a Mayan stone dildo to bludgeon to death the chairman of the Archaeology Department. An accountant goes on a tropical vacation to a place where everything is falling apart, including his own sketchy soul. Seduced by an escaped psychopath named Dandelion, a frat boy has no choice but to commit murder. The nineteen opium dreams that make up Bad Juju provide the most outrageous, entertaining and over-the-top crime spree since Quentin Tarantino appeared on the scene.

Yes Mommy

Yes Mommy
  • Author : Amy Sprenger
  • Publisher : Sheffield Publishing Group
  • Release Date : 2014-05-06
  • Total pages : 147
  • ISBN : 9780991036943
  • File Size : 33,9 Mb
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What kind of mother doesn’t say no to her kids? One who is clearly angling for the Mother of the Year trophy – or an extended stay in a mental institution. After deciding to eliminate the words no, don’t and stop from her parenting vocabulary for one month, Amy Sprenger documents what life is like with her three young children. Spoiler alert: she’s still alive, so it didn’t actually kill her.


  • Author : Sigrid Rausing
  • Publisher : Knopf
  • Release Date : 2017
  • Total pages : 223
  • ISBN : 9780451493125
  • File Size : 16,5 Mb
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A searingly powerful memoir about the impact of addiction on a family. In the summer of 2012 a woman named Eva was found dead in the London townhouse she shared with her husband, Hans K. Rausing. The couple had struggled with drug addiction for years, often under the glare of tabloid headlines. Now, writing with singular clarity and restraint, Hans' sister, the editor and publisher Sigrid Rausing, tries to make sense of what happened. In Mayhem, she asks the difficult questions those close to the world of addiction must face. "Who can help the addict, consumed by a shaming hunger, a need beyond control? There is no medicine: the drugs are the medicine. And who can help their families, so implicated in the self-destruction of the addict? Who can help when the very notion of 'help' becomes synonymous with an exercise of power; a familial police state; an end to freedom, in the addict's mind?" An eloquent and timely attempt to understand the conundrum of addiction--and a memoir as devastating as it is riveting.

The Spiritual Gift of Madness

The Spiritual Gift of Madness
  • Author : Seth Farber
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release Date : 2012-04-17
  • Total pages : 464
  • ISBN : 9781594777035
  • File Size : 35,6 Mb
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A bold call for the “insane” to reclaim their rightful role as prophets of spiritual and cultural transformation • Explains how many of those diagnosed as schizophrenic, bipolar, and other forms of “madness” are not ill but experiencing a spiritual awakening • Explores the rise of Mad Pride and the mental patients’ liberation movement • Reveals how those seen as “mad” must embrace their spiritual gifts to help the coming global spiritual transition Many of the great prophets of the past experienced madness--a breakdown followed by a breakthrough, spiritual death followed by rebirth. With the advent of modern psychiatry, the budding prophets of today are captured and transformed into chronic mental patients before they can flower into the visionaries and mystics they were intended to become. As we approach the tipping point between extinction and global spiritual awakening, there is a deep need for these prophets to embrace their spiritual gifts. To make this happen, we must learn to respect the sanctity of madness. We need to cultivate Mad Pride. Exploring the rise of Mad Pride and the mental patients’ liberation movement as well as building upon psychiatrist R. D. Laing’s revolutionary theories, Seth Farber, Ph.D., explains that diagnosing people as mad has more to do with social control than therapy. Many of those labeled as schizophrenic, bipolar, and other kinds of “mad” are not ill but simply experiencing different forms of spiritual awakening: they are seeing and feeling what is wrong with society and what needs to be done to change it. Farber shares his interviews with former schizophrenics who now lead successful and inspiring lives. He shows that it is impossible for society to change as long as the mad are suppressed because they are our catalysts of social change. By reclaiming their rightful role as prophets of spiritual and cultural revitalization, the mad--by seeding new visions for our future--can help humanity overcome the spiritual crisis that endangers our survival and lead us to a higher and long-awaited stage of spiritual development.


  • Author : Sarah Pinborough
  • Publisher : Jo Fletcher Books
  • Release Date : 2014-01-14
  • Total pages : 304
  • ISBN : 9781623650872
  • File Size : 31,9 Mb
  • Total Download : 658

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"a new supernatural-whodunit-polyphonic thriller for those not of the faint of heart" --Fort Worth Telegram "Pinborough's fiction moves at a breakneck pace. Once you start, you can't stop." --Sarah Langan, author of The Keeper and The Missing Already frustrated in their attempts to capture serial murderer Jack the Ripper, the detectives of Scotland Yard are suddenly confronted with a new monster, dubbed the Torso Killer for his habit of leaving behind neatly wrapped parcels of his victims' body parts, minus the heads. With the terrible increase in mutilated corpses to examine, the highly regarded police surgeon Dr. Thomas Bond has lost the ability to sleep. True, a growing dependency on opium affords him some solace in his loneliest and most desperate hours, but he also fears the grip of the drug. During Dr. Bond's nightly tours of London's underbelly in search of pharmaceutical respite from the horrors that plague him by day, he encounters a mysterious Jesuit priest scouring the opium dens himself, clearly in search of someone--or something. The doctor at first rejects the strange priest's unnatural theories about the Torso Killer as an affront to scientific thought. But over time Dr. Bond's opium-addled mind begins to crumble under the growing impression that there might be some awful truth to the Jesuit's ideas. As the police struggle to capture two serial killers, the troubled forensics expert begins to suspect that he may actually know the Torso Killer personally. If he is right, Dr. Bond will need all the strength he can muster to save his small circle of loved ones from falling victim to the bloody depravities of this twisted creature.

Madness Is Catching

Madness Is Catching
  • Author : Edward Radclyffe
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Release Date : 2011-07-18
  • Total pages : 364
  • ISBN : 1462846696
  • File Size : 21,8 Mb
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Stateville is one of the strangest towns in the South. Home to State University, which makes the dubious claim to be the finest public university in the Deep South, it is an island of slightly liberal values in the Southern sea of blue-collar and military tradition. And caught between middle-class America and the sharecropper-cum-Klansman past are the educated unemployables who pass as Southern bohemia: artists who can create only when the moonlight is in the magnolias and the utilities have been cut off, writers who struggle to pen modern novels but keep coming back to the War (the only war, it would seem down South), revolutionaries who pose as Marxes and Lenins of reaction but simply cannot persuade the South to rise again, poets who spread chaos and disorder, and angry dishwashers who curse the gods for denying them the right to become movie stars. Their rudderless lives, and how they are changed forever (not necessarily for the better), are the subject of Madness is Catching, a picaresque comedy of idleness that presents classic Southern vices in a new and universal light. Tom Spaulding is one of State Universitys most illustrious dropouts, having earned nearly two hundred credit hoursalmost entirely in electivesand been expelled for refusing to declare a major in anything other than distressed Southern gentleman. At thirty years old, he has never held a full-time job, and it is with the greatest reluctance that he holds a part-time sinecure. He prefers to be known as an artist, although the last time he produced any art was during the Starving Time, when a parental check failed to arrive. After all, to quote Spaulding when on a full stomach, Doing is not as significant as being. Tom Jenkins graduated from State University again and again, but so far it hasnt done him much financial good. He spends his days writing free-verse epics completely unrelated to his near-Ph.D. in polar history (he would have been the first student at a Southern university to write a dissertation on early efforts to cross Antarctica via snowmobile), as well as propaganda tracts encouraging Southerners to rise up and peacefully and democratically overthrow the Yankee oppressors. To supplement his predictably meager income from poetry and propaganda, Jenkins runs a flea-market stall where he sells books recovered from a library dumpster. With the fine clothing, furniture, and surprising luxuries he also finds in dumpsters and thrift shops, Jenkins is able to ape his supposed planter ancestors, a uniquely Southern way of life. Tom Rothman spends his days waiting tables at a truck stop, a great fall from his upper-middle-class youth, when he came to Stateville planning to enroll at the university. Now he provides service with a sneer, grumbling at his customers under his breath, and grumbling loudly and profanely to his friends about the endless ways in which life has ill-used him. But there remains a kernel of seemingly hopeless ambition that Rothman cannot forever ignore. Reginald OBryan, a former carnival barker now on work-related disability, is distinguished among his associates for his unparalleled and cynical indolence. Theres much to be said against work, he tells a receptive Spaulding. Its certainly a destroyer of initiative. OBryan becomes an elder statesman of sloth and a beacon of depravity to his younger friends. A one-man Devils workshop, the only question is whether OBryan will be punished or rewarded by the Southern powersand Powersthat be. Through one adventure, free meal, disaster, and embarrassment after another, this growing band of Southerners fails to learn any lessons at all, unless it is that persistence can be a great waste of time. From the hallowed mock-Tudor-mock-Gothic halls of State University to the inside of a clean and well-lit dumpster, to the offensively uncharitable Megathrift charity store, the lost Sou


  • Author : Ian Neligh
  • Publisher : WestWinds Press
  • Release Date : 2017
  • Total pages : 196
  • ISBN : 1513260677
  • File Size : 16,9 Mb
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Ian Neligh takes an unflinching look at the people and places gripped by gold fever in the Colorado Rockies. A journey to find the source of gold's enthralling power, and a fascinating chronicle of fortune hunters both past and present.

Cold Blooded Murder

Cold Blooded Murder
  • Author : Brad Hunter
  • Publisher : Ad Lib Publishers Ltd
  • Release Date : 2021-07-08
  • Total pages : 204
  • ISBN : 9781913543136
  • File Size : 14,5 Mb
  • Total Download : 330

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Murder is the most vile crime known to man. It can be triggered by love or money or sex. Those are the three big ticket items for homicide. But people are strange. They will kill for the most obscure and ridiculous of reasons. In 30 years covering murder, I have discovered each one has its own flavour. Cops and friends can be stunned by the evil lurking within a seemingly ordinary man or woman. In this collection of some of the most memorable cases I've reported on, there are serial killers, rich kid monsters, football stars and wives in pursuit of hormone-charged hijinks... The very rich and the very poor. Successful lawyers and hotel executives. Southern belles who could melt butter with a come hither wink and a sexy drawl. Daddy’s girls with gleaming smiles, good marks and possessed by the devil. These are stories of American crimes and they stretch from coast to coast. You will find cheating husbands and wives so desperate for love that they’ll kill for it. When the mob kills, it’s never personal. It’s strictly business. With the murderers in Cold Blooded Murder, it’s ALWAYS personal.