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The Discovery of Witches: The History of Witch Trials and Witch Hunts in 17th Century England, by the Witch Finder General (Hardcover) By Matthew Hopkins
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In The Discovery of Witches, Matthew Hopkins - the Witch Finder General of England during the early 1600s - details the process by which he found and captured suspected witches. Hopkins' treatise is... More > comprised of answers to various queries he had received by members of the public curious about his investigatory techniques in finding witches. This book answers a total of fourteen queries, with replies ranging from a few sentences to a few paragraphs in length. The book is an illustrative portrayal of a society fervently given to superstitions about the powers of witchcraft. At three hundred women killed, the efforts of Hopkins and his assistant John Stearne were prolific. Accorded status, Hopkins encountered opposition to his witch finding. That his 'investigations' required scant evidence to secure death sentences dismayed figures in the Church of England. Today, historians judge Hopkins as an opportunist who took advantage of unfounded suspicions to advance his own fame.< Less
The Case of Colin Norris By Inside Justice
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Since 2008, former nurse Colin Norris has been serving life sentence with a recommendation that he serve a minimum 30 years in prison. He was convicted of the murder and attempted murder of five... More > Leeds hospital patients by injecting them with insulin. He has consistently protested his innocence. This booklet details the facts of his case including new research which casts serious doubt on the scientific and medical evidence which helped to convict him. The case of Colin Norris highlights the danger that conclusion-driven investigations in the wake of the crimes of serial killer Dr Harold Shipman may lead to the conviction of innocent people for murders which never happened.< Less
Vengeance :In The Beginning (Paperback Edition) By Aidan Hughes
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When Stephen Carter , a 50 year old business man receives a phone call one night to say that his beloved daughter and wife are trapped in a fire that threatens to kill them he is forced to do some... More > investigating of his own.He finds some evidence which proves to be pivotal to the curt case but he still can't shake the feeling that all isnt what it seems..... He finds that a mysterious Chinese man committed the crimes of murder , rape and arson against his wife and daughter. The man is then arrested and taken away to a maximum security prison to serve a life sentence< Less
Something In The Wind By John Hughes
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I have always had a strong sense of the ridiculous which is evident in this collection of poems and monologues. Being primarily a musician my creative writing has tended towards song writing until... More > fairly recently. Once off on this path of humorous rhyme it has almost become addictive. This comic verse is generally written with the idea of performing them in company. As such the meter of the rhyme may seem to be broken when initially reading them. This comes about from trying to pack a lot into a sentence but when read aloud the rhyming can be maintained with emphasis in the right places.< Less
Something in the Wind By John Hughes
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I have always had a strong sense of the ridiculous which is evident in this collection of poems and monologues. Being primarily a musician my creative writing has tended towards song writing until... More > fairly recently. Once off on this path of humorous rhyme it has almost become addictive. This comic verse is generally written with the idea of performing them in company. As such the meter of the rhyme may seem to be broken when initially reading them. This comes about from trying to pack a lot into a sentence but when read aloud the rhyming can be maintained with emphasis in the right places.< Less
Who Gets Away with Violent Crimes? Black/White? Rich/Poor? By Anthalone S. Kirt
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Have you ever wondered what it was like to sit in a court room and listen to all the evidence and know that the lawyers did the best they could. Here is the bad part, YOU are the one on trial. Do... More > you walk or do you get a life sentence? We will look in the lives of a few people that the lawyers, judicial system, and the jurors knew they were guilty as sin and yet a few of them walked away. But will they truly ever be free? How did they get away with it? Was it the color of their skin or how fat of a check they could write? So the question still remains? Who Gets Away with Violent Crimes? Black/White? or Rich/Poor? Let's find out.< Less
The West Memphis Boogieman: Condensed Version By Sam Dennis McDonough
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“The West Memphis Boogieman: Condensed Version” lists the same 87 clues as does the full version of “The West Memphis Boogieman” book. Synopsis: “The West Memphis... More > Boogieman” is about justice for three boys and their teen-age killers and the effects of rich and famous celebrity intervention in justice. Who should read “The West Memphis Boogieman”: Anyone who is looking for a complete account of the facts and evidence in the crime that sentenced three teen-age boys to life or death? Reason for Reading: “The West Memphis Boogieman” contains 87 important facts and evidence concerning the Arkansas teens who were convicted of murdering three innocent 8-year-old boys in Robin Hood woods in 1993. It also tells how, when and why some celebrities helped to get the guilty men released from prison. Why I wrote this book: My greatest passion is searching for facts and evidence to determine the truth in controversial real crimes.< Less
Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (The Little Red Book) & Other works By Mao Zedong
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Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (The Little Red Book) comprises 427 quotations, divided thematically into 33 chapters. It is also called "Thoughts of Chairman Mao" by many Chinese... More > people. The quotations range in length from a sentence to a few short paragraphs, and borrow heavily from a group of about two dozen documents in the four volumes of Mao's Selected Works. In the book's latter half, a strong empiricist tendency evidences itself in Mao's thought. Usually the quotations are arranged logically, to deal with one to three themes in the development of a chapter. In 1966, the Propaganda Department of the Communist Party of China approved Quotations from Chairman Mao for export. From the original edition with Hou Bo’s photographs, the official photographer of Mao Zedong . Enriched by two other works of Mao, and Lin Biao’s epigraph from the 1966 French edition (with a fault).< Less
Dark Hollow By Anna Katharine Green
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The small town of Shelby is shaken by a brutal murder. A man by the name of Etheridge was found beaten to death. A local inn-keeper, is convicted and executed for the crime. Many years later, "a... More > woman in purple" shows up at the house of Ostrander, the respected judge who had sentenced the inn-keeper to be executed. This mysterious woman turns out to be the wife of the convicted man, but she does not believe he was guilty. She visits the Judge, to challenge him on his verdict. He listens to her plea, but reaffirms his belief in her husbands guilt. Having nowhere to go, Deborah is given the position of maid, which she secretly uses to obtain proof of her husband's innocence and the identity of the real killer. However, the initial evidence that Deborah collects points in troubling new directions.< Less
Dark Hollow By Anna Katherine Green
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The small town of Shelby is shaken by a brutal murder. A man by the name of Etheridge was found beaten to death. A local inn-keeper, is convicted and executed for the crime. Many years later, "a... More > woman in purple" shows up at the house of Ostrander, the respected judge who had sentenced the inn-keeper to be executed. This mysterious woman turns out to be the wife of the convicted man, but she does not believe he was guilty. She visits the Judge, to challenge him on his verdict. He listens to her plea, but reaffirms his belief in her husbands guilt. Having nowhere to go, Deborah is given the position of maid, which she secretly uses to obtain proof of her husband's innocence and the identity of the real killer. However, the initial evidence that Deborah collects points in troubling new directions.< Less

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