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Outlaw Tales of Idaho
True stories from Idaho history, from the days before settlement up to Prohibition, about criminals of all kinds - killers, theives and counterfeiters among them.
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Ireland has been gripped by the story of a housewife from County Clare who, when her millionaire partner refused to marry her, googled a hitman and arranged to have him killed.Over the course of almost two months, the story of Lyingeyes and Hire_hitman unfolded in a flurry of emails. The website,...
Cruel Deception
This is the chilling tale of Tanya Reid, a mother so desperate for attention that she murdered one of her children and repeatedly attempted to suffocate the other. This is the first book to focus on Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, a disorder in which parents create fake illnesses in their children to...
Confessions of an American Black Widow
Sharon Lynn Nelson was a wild, beautiful preacher's wife who couldn't get enough sex, money, or enough of her "Mountain Man" lover, Gary Adams. Nelson was so consumed by greed that she convinced Adams to kill two of her three husbands in order to cash in on their insurance policies. This...
Starvation Heights
In 1911, Claire and Dora Williamson traveled to Dr. Linda Hazzard's Institute of Natural Therapeutics near Seattle, Washington. There, instead of receiving medical attention, the wealthy sisters were tortured, starved, and robbed of their inheritance. Dora escaped, but Claire was not so lucky. In...
HIS GOAL: TO KILL AN "EVEN FIFTY"They called him "Uncle Willie." At night, Robert "Willie" Pickton visited the streets of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. The women he picked up never came back... HIS METHODS: RAPE AND TORTUREFor years, police built a long list of...
Bonnie and Clyde: The Lives Behind the Legend
A biography of the legendary outlaws, Bonnie and Clyde.  "Extraordinarily immediate, not to mention lurid," said the Los Angeles Times reviewer.  "So intimate it feels like an act of ventriloquism," said O, the Oprah Magazine. Using a broad range of historical documents, including...
The Unbreakable Child
The Unbreakable Child, as memoir about forgiving the unforgivable Coming October 1st 2010 Kim Michele Richardson's ground breaking memoir about growing up during the 60’s in a rural Roman Catholic orphanage run by nuns and a priest. It interweaves present-day with past, where Kim and other children...