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Palm Sunday Massacre: Brooklyn, New York - 1984 By Rossi and Beaver
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TRUE CRIME: Never before told, this is the long-awaited truth about the 1984 mass murder of 11 women and children in their own home in Brooklyn, New York. The macabre crime scene was compared to... More > the "wax museum of horrors." Told from the perspective of Carmine Rossi, the neighborhood baker who rescued the lone survivor, an 11-month-old baby girl, this gripping story will keep you turning pages to the end. Rossi's long-time association with the mob made him the central focus of the media, a prominent figure in the investigation and key witness at the trial. You will wonder if justice has been served for the grieving families. You will wonder if other shooters were involved, but not indicted. You will wonder why the story has never been told before. Then you will wonder if this could ever happen again. The horrific murders of this innocent Puerto Rican family has moved into the annals of crime as the "Palm Sunday Massacre."< Less
Bonita Springs By Katrina Nedley
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Bonita Springs is a fast paced, exciting and informative read that delivers the ultimate ending we all crave… justice. It is a murder mystery which takes place in the small southwest Florida... More > beach town of Bonita Springs. The story allows the reader to experience the detail of living in a small town through the voyeuristic eyes of psychotherapist Dr. Lissy Cates and her fellow practice partner and life long friend, Dr. Terry Flanagan. As the story progresses, the two women become aware of links between the clinical work they perform and a series of mysterious deaths involving sexual predators. Soon, by virtue of their intimate knowledge, the two women become enmeshed in a web of ethical and personal intrigue; including murder and the kidnapping of Lissy’s only child, seven year old Precious. This book examines ordinary people operating under extraordinary circumstances.< Less
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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
Sawnee Creek By Darryl Lewis
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John Clark's return to his hometown for his mother's funeral turns into much more. The release of a convicted murderer followed by the death of a local farmer re-opens questions about a supposed... More > suicide over a quarter of a century before and the dark secrets this small town has only whispered about.< Less

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