An Unbelievable Life

The Woman Who Became Vietnam Veterans' Voice Against Agent Orange An Unbelievable Life

Post-Vietnam War Homefront, Activism and Memoir: unique story of the history and realities of the Vietnam War. Everyone at some time has “wished” to change or impact the lives of millions, but thinks he or she lacks the power or the ability; or that only millionaires can afford to take on a government.  The concept that a young suburban housewife, mother and coupon queen could in sheer...

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White Boy Confessions

The Explosive Story of Marcus Valdespino and San Antonio’s Hood White Boy Confessions

The White Boy Confessions is the powerful autobiography of Marcus Valdespino and deals with gang life and violence in San Antonio and such controversial subjects as race relations, poverty, and interracial crime. The first 29 years of Valdespino’s was compelling and tragic. He witnessed his father’s drug dealing to high profile people and Marcus, unfortunately followed in his...

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Buccaneer

The Provocative Odyssey of Jack Reed, Adventurer, Drug Smuggler and Pilot Extraordinaire Buccaneer

Buccaneer is the stimulating, true crime tale of the life and times of Jack Carlton Reed, an All-American boy turned drug smuggler; turned Robinson Crusoe; then infamous prison inmate. For the first time, Jack Reed discloses his extraordinary, tabooed journey as a high flying international cocaine smuggler and personal pilot for Carlos Lehder, partner to Pablo Escobar of the Medellin...

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Spy of David

The Strange Case of Jonathan Pollard and the Two Decade Battle to Win his Freedom Spy of David

Winston Churchill’s description of Stalinist Russia in 1939 – he called it a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma – easily could have been said about the case of Jonathan Jay Pollard, the U.S. Naval Intelligence analyst who, in March of 1987, received a mystifying life sentence for passing classified secrets to an American ally; Israel. Now, twenty-seven years later,...

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Troubled Water

Troubled Water

Just as young journalist Lark Chadwick is about to begin her new job on the cops and courts beat, when she discovers the body of a strangled girl — the first victim of a serial killer.  Lark’s got the inside track, but there are complications:  jealous rivals in the newsroom, her job in danger, a hunky colleague who becomes a suspect, a superstar athlete with anger issues. And just who is...

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Patriot Priest

The Story of Monsignor WIlliam A. Hemmick, The Vatican’s First American Canon Patriot Priest

Patriot Priest: The Story of William A. Hemmick, the Vatican’s First American Canon tells one man’s personal experience over several epochs and areas of history. It is also, in part, the story of one unique individual, Msgr. William A. Hemmick. Born in Pittsburgh, PA, and raised in Europe, he became fluent in five languages. When the First World War broke out, he felt committed to help...

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The Sicilian Mafia

A True Crime Travel Guide The Sicilian Mafia

The Sicilian Mafia: A True Crime Travel Guide is the first book of its kind in any language: the ultimate Cosa Nostra experience. Since 2006, author Carl Russo has photographed Mafia hotspots on the Italian island of Sicily: where the murders happened, where the godfathers lived, where their victims are buried. From the sunbaked fishing villages of the Mediterranean to the darkest alleys of...

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Escobar vs Cali

The War of The Cartels Escobar vs Cali

In the 1980s, Colombia was the scene of history’s biggest gang war. The epic death struggle pitted Pablo Escobar, the so called world’s greatest outlaw and leader of the Medellin cartel, against the powerful Cali cartel, led by the brothers Gilberto and Miguel Rodriguez Orejuela. From the mid 1970s to the mid 1990s, the Cali and Medellin cartels dominated the Latin American drug trade and...

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Vanished

The Life and Disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa Vanished

Nearly forty years after Jimmy Hoffa vanished from the face of the earth, his disappearance still remains one of the biggest mysteries in crime history. At his zenith, Hoffa was reputed to be one of the most powerful figures in North America. The labour boss was never seen again after July 30, 1975 marking one of the most unexplainable cold cases ever. In his new book, titled Vanished: The...

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Prisoner of Dreams

Confessions of a Harlem Drug Dealer Prisoner of Dreams

Prisoner of Dreams: Confessions of a Harlem Drug Dealer is the true story of Rick Talley, a black man who returned from Vietnam with a dream that he made a reality and who then had to deal with the consequences of his actions. Talley returned to New York City from the Vietnam War in the late 1960s, a time of turbulence and change. Race relations in America were changing, thanks to the Civil...

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Diary of a Motor City Hit Man

The Chester Wheeler Campbell Story Diary of a Motor City Hit Man

February, 1975 - A case began to unfold like nothing the quaint Detroit suburban area of Orchard Lake had ever seen. In the hours following a near head-on collision between a mysterious sedan and an on-duty patrolman, the frightening truth behind the speeding car’s driver would be discovered. The vehicle was littered with weapons, drugs, and cash, yet these items weren’t even the...

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Liberating Iraq

The Untold Story of The Assyrian Christians Liberating Iraq

LIBERATING IRAQ: The Untold Story of the Assyrian Christians is the story of the Iraqi war based on the author’s own personal insights as an Assyrian Christian over a period of several years. Amir George, the author, drew his insights from meetings with the Iraqi Prime Minister President, Vice President, Foreign Minister; top US and international officials, and the Iraqi people themselves....

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Wild Times in Skidaway Island

Georgia’s Historic Rain Forest Wild Times in Skidaway Island

Wild Times on Skidaway Island, Georgia’s Historic Rain Rorest, details life in a unique Audubon-designated, ecologically friendly refuge. There, golfers pitch balls around endangered great blue herons and wield nine-irons to shoo deer off fairways. Mama raccoons march their babies across backyard decks where once Guale Indians trapped and ate ancestors of the same raccoons. Residents dodge...

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Black Caesar

The Rise and Disappearance of Frank Matthews, Kingpin Black Caesar

In 1973, Frank Matthews, history’s first African American drug kingpin, jumped bail in New York City with $15 to 20 million and ostensibly a beautiful girlfriend. Nearly four decades later, the fate of Frank Matthews, the money and the girlfriend, Cheryl Denise Brown, remain a complete mystery. “It’s as if Matthews dropped off the face of the earth,” explained Mike Pizzi, a retired U.S....

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Gangsters of Boston

Gangsters of Boston

Gangsters of Boston is the first comprehensive account of three centuries of thug life in the city where America began. In chilling new detail, veteran Boston journalist George Hassett reveals the legendary crime stories of Boston – from Prohibition to the Mafia, the Irish Gang War to Whitey Bulger. The forgotten chapters of Boston gang history are also covered – from the role of street gangs...

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The Gospel According to Prissy

The Gospel According to Prissy

Three Army veteran misfits, a college dropout, an unmotivated high school graduate accused of murder, a controversial warden of a women’s prison, and a little girl with the gift of prophesy – these are the people 31-year-old Lara Kruger invites into her life after suffering a miscarriage, a divorce from an abusive husband, and unemployment. ​Thirty-one-year-old Lara Kruger struggles to...

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Justice Denied

Bermuda’s Black Militants, the ‘Third Man’ and the Assassinations of a Police Chief and Governor Justice Denied

Justice Denied – Bermuda’s Black Militants, the ‘Third Man’ and the Assassinations of a Police Chief and Governor is the first full account of the 1972/1973 assassinations of Bermuda’s governor, Richard Sharple, and police chief, George Duckett. The book includes a Foreword by Dr. Carol Shuman, a former journalist with the Bermuda Sun and Mid Ocean News. During the 1970s, a black power...

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Gorilla Convict

The Prison Writings of Seth Ferranti Gorilla Convict

Gorilla Convict: The Prison Writings of Seth Ferranti is a selected compilation of Seth’s work that has appeared on his long running blog at gorillaconvict.com. Online since 2005. the blog gives the scoop on street legends, the mafia, prison gangs, hip-hop and hustling and life in the belly of the beast. What makes this collection so unique is that Seth writes his blog and stories from his...

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Kidnapped in Gaza

Kidnapped in Gaza

Kidnapped in Gaza is a fast-paced thriller set in Israel and Gaza.  The hero is Richard Ireton, the Jerusalem bureau chief for Epoch Magazine, an American weekly newsmagazine.  He is eyewitness at the beginning of the story to a shooting incident in the West Bank involving Israeli soldiers and Palestinian hillside snipers.  On his return to Jerusalem he discovers that two Jerusalem-based...

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Rogue Mobster

The Untold Story of Mark Silverman and the New England Mafia Rogue Mobster

When Whitey Bulger went on the lam in 1995, the streets of Boston became a war zone between the Mafia and the renegades, with the Winter Hill Gang looking on. Co-written by Mark Silverman with Scott Deitche, Rogue Mobster: The Untold Story of Mark Silverman and the New England Mafia chronicles the inside story of the Boston mob wars of the 1990’s when over two dozen gangsters were killed in a...

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