SMITH COUNTY JUSTICE
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The non-fiction book Smith County Justice was written as an exposé of governmental corruption in the East Texas town of Tyler, the county seat of Smith County. Its publication sent shock waves... More > through the political machine of the city of Tyler which then devised a plan for damage control. Shortly after its publication great pressure was brought upon the publisher to remove the book from circulation. The guilty authorities in Smith County have never acknowledged the evil of their ways or expressed remorse for the lives they ruined. Instead, legal and public relations firms have been engaged to mount a campaign to watch the used book markets for any used copies that might appear. Whenever such copies are found they are usually bought at whatever price is required and destroyed. As a result, used copies today have become rare and expensive. Eventually, almost all original printed editions can be expected to disappear.< Less
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The Perfectionist is an ex-CIA operative who isn’t ready for retirement yet. His lifelong dream is to seek out and find the lost Nazi gold, smuggled during World War II. To do so, he needs a... More > large amount of capital. He piggybacks off the skills of a Mexican who holds a device the Perfectionist realizes is unique. In order to gain the Mexican’s assistance, the Perfectionist must learn to trust a perfect stranger. As the Mexican’s skills become more apparent, the Perfectionist is shocked to find he truly does trust the man; together they will undertake a mission that could be deadly. As they near their goal, things turn personal, threatening to harm them and their families. Together, they must use every trick in the book to pull off their lucrative mission while protecting the people they love. No training prepared them for this, but they won’t go down without a fight.< Less
Long Time Money and Lots of Cocaine
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From AVN Online Review: The latest exhumation of how John Holmes’ runaway blow habit led to the grisly “Four-on-the-Floor” murders on Hollywood’s Wonderland Avenue. The... More > bulk of this tome is the real deal — the complete transcript of the February 1982 preliminary hearing for Holmes in the multiple murder case... and it’s a grim yet fascinating read ... Reading the testimony of this parade of parasites is like watching a series of car accidents in slow motion. You know it’s all going to end in crimson carnage, but you can’t avert your eyes. This is a tale of both hubris and sheer stupidity, fueled by equal amounts of greed and narcotics, and peopled by scumbags, misfits, addicts, and caricatures of evil incarnate. Rodger Jacobs wraps it all up with a biting look at the making of the documentary "Wadd", which is a descent into the inferno unto itself.< Less
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