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Book: Black and White - Volume I of the Lincoln County Law Trilogy by Jerri Blair
This dramatic legal thriller examines the impact of racism on the judicial system. Brilliant young trial attorney J.T. Lockman is appointed to represent an African American man accused of murdering a wealthy white man in a county where the Klan has ruled supreme for many years. His client, Lindsey Wilkens, is a proud family man believed by many to be innocent of the crime with which he's been [...]
 
Book: PELICAN BAY RIOT - A True Thriller of Organized Crime and Corruption in Prison (Roll Call) by Glenn Langohr
Another one of Glenn Langohr's stunning memoirs--a brave, unflinching account of life in prison Pelican Bay Riot is a compilation of four stories that take you into the most violent, deadly and bloody prison in California. Gang wars, drug debts, and prison guards who stage gladiator fights and fire unholy justice abound. THIS BOOK IS FREE FOR PRIME MEMBERS Also by Glenn Langohr: Roll Call, Upon [...]
 
Book: Who Killed Ben Miller? & Death of a Juror by D. A. Featherling
WHO KILLED BEN MILLER? It's 1930 - in the midst of Prohibition and the Depression. A young farmer is murdered and left on a lonely country road outside a small Central Texas town. Eighty-four years later only a few will talk about the crime. Could a suspect have been arrested and charged? Why did that never happen? Current research points to interesting possibilities never explored until now. [...]
 
Book: Gladiator - A Shocking, True Crime Story into the Most Notorious Super Max Prison (Prison Killers - Book 3) by Glenn Langohr
"Gladiator is a raw, breathless descent through the inner circle of theCalifornia Penal Hell. Fraught with detail that only someone who'sbeen there could know." ~ Phillip Doran, Producer of many TV shows and author of A Reluctant Tuscan - Notorious mobster, Bat, in prison, is marked for death for not paying street taxes... Prison guard Hernandez has a hit out on him for staging gladiator wars... [...]
 
Book: Wrong Place Wrong Time by David P Perlmutter
A London estate agent found himself on the wrong side of the law one night, leading to the loss of his driving licence, his job, his home and sending him spiraling into depression. He decided to visit Spain for a change of scenery and lifestyle but got way more than he bargained for when before long, misfortune, circumstance and a degree of stupidity landed him in more trouble than that from [...]
 
Book: UNDERDOG, A True Crime Thriller of Prison Life (Prison Killers - Book 4) by Glenn Langohr
Another one of Glenn Langohr's stunning memoirs--a brave, unflinching account of life in prison~ Prison Killers Book 4 - The California Prison System houses a mixture of Mexican cartel members, Mexican mafia, Bloods, Crips, and thousands of other street gangs fighting for control and the author turns this story into a pulp thriller of true crime. The author of Underdog, Glenn Langohr, takes you [...]
 
Book: Prison Riot, A True Crime Story of Surviving a Gang War in Prison (Prison Killers - Book 5) by Glenn Langohr
Ever wonder what a prison riot is like? Glenn Langohr, a white inmate, serving time on drug charges, gets caught up in a Mexican gang war. The northern California Mexicans demand that the southern California Mexicans keep their shirts on to cover up their gangland tattoos. The prison explodes into chaos as each building erupts in deadly violence. For Glenn, the war isn't over when he and over a [...]
 
Book: Flake - The Trial of a Cop - A True Crime Story Told By The Prosecutor by Hugh Anthony Levine
Authors' praise for Flake - The Trial of a Cop Richard North Patterson, best-selling novelist: "Told with the authenticity and verve of a key player, the real-life courtroom drama of Flake illuminates, in a particularly gritty and compelling way, the darker recesses of our criminal justice system." Robert K. Tanenbaum, best-selling novelist: "Read Everyday Murders and Flake - The Trial of a Cop. [...]
 
Book: Upon Release From Prison - A True Crime Story of Redemption (Roll Call) by Glenn Langohr
Overzealous Narcotic Detective Pincher, on paid leave and under investigation, starts using drugs, and then is hired again as a Narcotic Detective in L.A where he steals heroin from the evidence locker until he is reeled in by the Mexican Mafia and the Hollywood Madam. B.J, just released from prison, struggles not to look back at the Criminal Justice System that tried to kill him. Inspired to [...]
 
Book: Roll Call, A True Crime Prison Story of Corruption and Redemption by Glenn Langohr
A true account of the author's drug dealing past that turned into trumped up organized crime charges over a bad business deal with the fabricator of Custom Craft Harley Davidson's. Another true account of how the corrupt California Prison Union used terror tactics with then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger relating to the 3 Strikes Law. Harvard lawyer Daniel Morris has since confirmed it with, "A [...]
 
Book: A Cruel Deception by Kim Booth
For Joan and Ted Warner, an innocent and trusting couple, a chance encounter with Barbara Hendry, a cunning con-woman who turned their settled lives into a living nightmare The Warners were not victims of a remote scam, carried out over the internet by fraudsters from afar. For six years, faking a friendship face-to-face, this plausible woman carried off the impersonation of a member of the [...]
 
Book: Race Riot, A Shocking, Inside Look at Prison Life (Prison Killers - Book 1) by Glenn Langohr
AS SEEN ON LOCK UP- A California Pelican Bay Prison Story-Volume 1 - A penetrating look inside of one California's most dangerous prisons. B.J, a drug dealer serving time, struggling to hold on to truth and his faith in God, takes the reader on a never before seen, inside look at a California level 4 prison. The inner dynamics between prison guards, gang investigators and the Warden are on [...]
 
Book: 3 Seconds in Bogotá - The gripping true story of two backpackers who fall into the hands of the Colombian underworld
A South American adventure. A trip to die for. Colombia 1994. 150,000 people have been 'disappeared' and two young adventure-seeking backpackers are about to be added to the list. 'We were going to be killed. For what? A pair of rich-country passports? Our rucksacks? The clothes that we were wearing? They didn't know about the silver. Or about the money I had hidden on me. But of course, they'd [...]
 
Book: Behind the Fence by Adalynd LaVerne
Can you justify the killing of a violent rapist? Do monsters really exist? Easy to say yes. What if that rapist also murdered someone you love. Would that make it easier to say yes? Justice isn't always clear when the deep need for revenge is present. Don't miss out on the controversial, thought provoking book, Behind the Fence. Touching on many emotionally sensitive subjects, author Adalynd [...]
 
Book: True Azul (The Salt Tales Book 2) by Zoe Delambre
Steps from heartbreak to love. Check. Steps from danger to safety? Uncheck. Sarita Salt is living the exciting and exotic life every little Texas princess grows up dreaming of. But even with the man of her dreams at her side to love and protect her in the beautiful tranquility of the French wine country, the nightmare follows. The assassins are back. She still has no idea why. And now they are [...]
 
Book: Women's Prison - How She was Deceived Her secret story THE OTHER SIDE Naked Truth by Lavi Roa
Written by a real case. - Naked Truth - - She paid a extremely high price for her naivete, gullibility, credulity, inexperience and goodness. - Nelly was kidnapped. She was raped. She was only 16 years old. How did she fell in jail? What happens? You will learn here, in this book. This is a book Part 1 - ,- Let me see? What do you have? - Letters. I found one newspaper for dating, I put my own [...]
 
Book: How he deceived woman? To be deceive. Lie. Liar. - Fraud imposters. Her secret History THE OTHER SIDE Naked Truth. (Bulgarian Edition) by Lavi Roa
How he deceived woman? To be deceive. Lie. Liar.: Fraud imposters. Her secret History THE OTHER SIDE Naked Truth. (Bulgarian Edition) Written by a real case. Nelly was kidnapped. She was raped. She was only 16 years old. How did she fell in jail? What happens? You will learn here, in this book. ,- Let me see? What do you have? - Letters. I found one newspaper for dating, I put my own ad, and now [...]
 
Book: The Abduction of Nelly Don by Patrice Williams Marks
"This story is better then fiction! Pour yourself a drink, light up a coffin stick, and curl up with this twisted historical tale, be ready you won't be able to set it down!" -Amazon Reviewer DJ6UAL "Watched it - superb. Might be the best book trailer I've seen - good work!" -Mark Dawson, Best Selling Author of the John Milton Series Pulse-Pounding Book Trailer: Copy & Paste URL Into Browser: [...]
 
Book: Lori's Song - The true story of an American woman held captive in Iran by Lori Foroozandeh
Though she endured a childhood of physical and sexual abuse, nothing would ever equal what happened to her in Iran the weeks following 9/11. Lori, an American married to an Iranian, had been working and living as an ordinary member of Iranian society for almost 4 years when she had heard rumors that the U.S. was going to be attacked. That was on September 9, 2001. She tried and failed to call [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Behind Bars (Book Three 3) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
Roses are red. Violets are blue. If you shoot too much HEROIN, You'll soon be blue too... I can't stop using heroin. I spent nine months in the hole all by myself and I still want to use. What's wrong with me? I need to get high. I overdosed in another inmate's cell - blue - and was left alone to die in prison. I don't know why, but heroin is the only thing that I want.
 
Book: Die in Paris - The true story of France's most notorious serial killer by Marilyn Z. Tomlins
Marcel Petiot, France's most famous serial killer Marilyn Z. Tomlins has crafted an enthralling and suspenseful page-turner about one of history's most fascinating and notorious serial killers. This grisly World War Two era thriller will have you teetering on a slippery edge from beginning to end. Don Fulsom, veteran UPI and VOA White House correspondent, Washington, D.C. reporter, author of the [...]
 
Book: Who Let The Ghosts Out? by Stephen Gray
This is a ghost story with a serious moral lesson, about an actual event and place. A Civil War veteran, Admiral Casper, becomes a federal whistle blower. He is upset about being forgotten in an unmarked grave, in a desecrated cemetery, that is now a city dog park. For almost fifty years this federal crime went unreported. MASS DESECRATION OF VETERANS GRAVES.
 
Book: Colombo - The Unsolved Murder by Don Capria & Anthony Colombo
Anyone familiar with the history of organized crime knows the names: Bonanno, Gambino, Genovese, Lucchese and Colombo. There have been volumes written about that period, some accurate, some not at all. Anthony Colombo, the son of Joseph Colombo Sr., one of those reputed "crime bosses" , has written, along with filmmaker and author Don Capria, what he hopes will be the final word on that turbulent [...]
 
Book: Corruption Behind Bars - Stories of Crime and Corruption In Our American Prison System by Gary York
THIS BOOK TAKES A LOOK AT PRISON CRIME AND CORRUPTION THROUGH THE EYES OF THE INVESTIGATOR FROM THE START OF THE INVESTIGATION TO THE COURTROOM VERDICT. YOU WILL WALK STEP BY STEP THROUGHOUT THE CRIME AND CORRUPTION AS EACH STORY TELLS YOU EVERYONE'S THOUGHTS AND MOVEMENTS AS THEY PLAN AND COMMIT THEIR CRIMES FROM THE HEAD COMMANDER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS DOWN TO THE INMATES, YOU WILL [...]
 
Book: Revenge Of The CEO by Peter Ralph
What would you do if you were framed by the woman you lusted after, and sentenced to twenty years in an Asian prison? Would it make any difference if the heinous crimes that you'd gotten away with carried far longer sentences? Would knowing that your actions led directly to the suicide of your financial controller play on your conscience? Blind hate kept Douglas Aspine alive in Changi Prison. He [...]
 
Book: Nance's Mystery Writer's Thesaurus by Joyce Nance
Got writer's block? Stuck? Need an idea? Try Nance's Mystery Writer's Thesaurus (NMWT). It is jam-packed with over 800 indexed and referenced key words, with a high concentration of words either specifically or generally related to the mystery, thriller, suspense, and crime genres. Besides synonyms, NMWT includes examples, descriptions, and applicable quotes. It is also filled with phrases, [...]
 
Book: Turning The Tables by Julia Underwood
It's 1969 in St Tropez and the seventies are about to get into full swing. Chris Marshall, a former public schoolboy, meets Pete Baxter, the pot-smoking drummer of a rock band. The two strike up a friendship that will change Chris' life forever... Eight years later, and Chris is married to Lucy with a young son, Jamie, and a house in Fulham. With the luxury of money and a bit of free time, Chris [...]
 
Book: A Forger's Tale by Michael Saint
Michael Saint was convicted at an East London Court for printing the largest amount of foreign currency ever found in Britain. The currency was Spanish pesetas and he was sentenced to six years imprisonment. In the dock with him stood John Dean, Sylvia Smith and a Grass. Born into a poor East London Family, Michael Saint became the most successful forger in British history. Michael manages to [...]
 
Book: Buccaneer by Jack Carlton Reed and MayCay Beeler
Book Award WINNER 2018 Los Angeles Book Festival Awards Biography category; Book Award WINNER 2016 Hollywood Book Festival Awards Wild Card category; Book Award RUNNER-UP 2017 San Francisco Book Festival Awards Wild Card category; Book Award National SILVER MEDALIST 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards for True Crime IPPY Awards; Book Award Finalist 2017 Book Excellence Awards- True Crime; Book [...]
 
Book: 11 Oak Street by Graham Cook
The true story of the abduction of a three-year-old child from Bristol, England to San Francisco, California and its appalling consequences. ABOUT THE BOOK - 11 Oak Street is the true story of how the Queen's bankers, Coutts & Co., sent two cashier's cheques to a law firm in San Francisco with the wrong address on the envelope (11 Oak Street instead of 1111 Oak Street), setting off a chain of [...]
 
Book: Assata Shakur - A 20th Century Escaped Slave by Barbara Casey
In May 1973, Assata Olugbala Shakur was involved in a shootout on the New Jersey Turnpike in which she was accused of killing New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster and assaulting Trooper James Harper. This resulted in her indictment of first-degree murder of Foerster and seven other felonies related to the shootout. A member of the Black Panther Party, she became a prime target of the Federal [...]
 
Book: Ndlovu - The White Elephant by Peter Good
Ndlovu - The White Elephant is a pacy story set in Zimbabwe during the turbulent years that followed Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence. The story highlights the dangers of police work in the explosive climate of a troubled country during years of the terror war and is woven around human suffering, painful endurance, and horrors that confronted the peoples both black and white. The [...]
 
Book: A Turnkey Or Not by Tony Levy
This is my first book, it's an autobiography of my twenty -five year career serving in Her Majesty's Prison Service. A wart and all revelation of what really goes on behind the closed door of the UK's penal establishments. The book charts my early career from 4 July 1993 until my subsequent disillusionment with the service and my eventual early retirement. The book is filled with amusing [...]
 
Book: Terroristic Signs by Karl Boyd
WARNING! TRUST ME: DO NOT BEGIN READING THIS NOVEL LATE IN THE EVENING OR YOU WILL BE AWAKE THROUGH THE WEE HOURS ATTEMPTING TO REACH THE THRILLING CONCLUSON! Terroristic Signs Through a seemingly disconnected series of events, a young college student, Katie Atkins stumbles upon plans for a terrorist attack designed to kill thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands of innocent American citizens. [...]
 
Book: An UnFair Advantage by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorf
In murder investigations, Oklahoma follows the 72-hour rule, where officers closely investigate the first 48 hours after the homicide and the 24 hours prior to the homicide. Erik Saxton, a Black, partially paralyzed achondroplasia dwarf, was found murdered by Clara Blocker, a 5'10" white drug addict. In this case the investigations success can be judged by the final outcome.
 


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