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Louisa Merrifield Poison Killer: Stories of True Crime by Ana Benson 4.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 6 hours ago

Stories of True Crime There is an ongoing myth that if a woman wants to murder someone, she will use poison. These claims are partially true because 40% of killers who used poison are female. Surely, women do have more opportunities to administer the dangerous concoction to their victims because they are the caregivers. The women cook food, take care of a household, etc. And in the past, poison was simply laying around in forms of different cleaning agents and rodenticides. The poisoners would often benefit from their victim's death, and this happened in the case of Louisa Merrifield, also known as the Blackpool Poisoner. She wanted to inherit a nice property in a wealthy part of the town, and Sarah Ricketts was in her way.

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 23 Pages (928 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

A Strange & Deadly Woman: A collection of True Crime by Ana Benson Price verified 6 hours ago

Stories of True Crime... When it comes to strange murder cases, the story of Christina Resch Boyer surely tops that list. She was a troubled foster child that became well known in Columbus, Ohio when unexplainable occurrences started happening in her household. Christina was only fourteen when her supposed psychokinetic abilities reached the headlines all over the country. The entire nation was interested in the phenomenon, and many believed that she truly possessed these powers. But eventually, her claims were debunked, and she fell into the vicious cycle of dating wrong men. Her life was never easy, but she did get a break when she reconnected with parapsychologist William Roll who was interested in her case back in the 1980s. She was heading in the right direction and was looking forward to rebuilding her life with her daughter by her side. But, the girl was brutally murdered in 1992, and Christina Resch Boyer was the prime suspect. But was she really the one who caused harm to ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 33 Pages (1,067 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

The Serial Killer No One Could Catch: An anthology of True Crime by Ana Benson Price verified 6 hours ago

An anthology of True Crime... Serial killers are often caught in a span of five years because they cannot evade the justice forever. But one man managed to ruin many lives over four decades. A suspect in three murders, Robert J Gross was on a police radar many times, but they simply couldn't find any physical evidence connecting him to the crimes. The DNA technology was non-existent back then, and the forensic teams worked with what they had available. But he simply couldn't always be one step ahead of everyone and Robert J Gross had to slip up eventually.

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 179 Pages (1,415 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

THE STORY OF LIL ANT & O.G. ROY: FIVE ATTEMPTED MURDERS - PREMEDITATED MURDER (MY CRIME Book 6) by TIO MACDONALD (EAST OAKLAND TIMES, LLC) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 7 hours ago

Welcome to THE STORY OF LIL ANT & O.G. ROY, BOOK SIX of the MY CRIME SERIES Go to WWW.CRIMEBIOS.COM to listen to FREE INTERVIEWS with the subjects of the MY CRIME SERIES The MY CRIME SERIES presents to the world books written on inmates by inmates. Each book of the MY CRIME SERIES was written in 2018/2019 by the presently incarcerated about the presently incarcerated. Each book of the MY CRIME SERIES has been dictated, read, and reviewed by the subject. Go to WWW.CRIMEBIOS.COM to listen to interviews recorded off of the prison phones. Buy the paperback for someone else and receive the eBook free for yourself. The books of the MY CRIME SERIES grant citizens insight into the lives of unknown felons in the California prison system. YOU become the judge. YOU will read about each subject's interactions with family. YOU will get a sense of the subject's neighborhood and school. YOU will come to know each subject's motivations. YOU will move from childhood, youth, and adulthood with ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 102 Pages (1,053 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

LITTLE MIRACLES - A Memoir by Gerald Hausman (Stay Thirsty Press, An Imprint of Stay Thirsty Publishing, A Division of Stay Thirsty Media, Inc.) 5.0 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

STAY THIRSTY PRESS PROUDLY PRESENTS: LITTLE MIRACLES - A Memoir. Written by award-winning author and acclaimed storyteller Gerald Hausman, often referred to as today's Mark Twain, LITTLE MIRACLES brings the reader gently, lovingly along on Hausman's journey through life. Filled with tales and fables, fantasies and myths, with places like Rattlesnake Mountain Road and the Gaslight Cafe in New York City to Maurice Sendak's Studio and the Fat Black Pussycat, each chapter gives a glimpse into the world of a master storyteller. Grab a ride with a dachshund named Mouse and an Amazon parrot named George and you can't help reading on as the sentiments of the day rollover you like a delightful fog of earlier, more civilized times, steeped in history and brimming with colorful characters. Hausman's memoir tells of a life well-lived with eyes and ears wide open, drinking in the moments and giving them a place of reverence for all to enjoy.

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 206 Pages (4,044 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

Fed Up to Wonderstruck: What happened when I no longer trusted anything but the Unknown by Kristina Kashyap 5.0 Stars (11 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

Life is a series of ups-and-downs. When we hit rock bottom, it can be an unexpected catalyst for awakening to the wonder of our existence. However, first, we must have the courage to let go of everything we think we know. Join Kristina as she takes her first step of courage into the unknown, beginning an epic quest for answers to some of the most profound questions of existence: -Who am I and why am I here? -What is the purpose of life? -Does a higher intelligence exist? -How do I heal from the past? -What happens after we die? Her profoundly transformative story reimagines what we understand to be possible for a soul on its journey through time. By turning traumas and trials into magnificent opportunities, Ms. Kashyap models for us a path to living a more vibrant and conscious life by opening our hearts, meeting our souls and learning to trust our inner voice above all else. Fed Up to Wonderstruck is a "must" read for anyone who is seeking their truth and wants to embody what ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 171 Pages (2,200 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

Journeys with the Divine Feminine by Sue Fitzmaurice (Rebel Magic Books) 5.0 Stars (6 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

JOURNEYS WITH THE DIVINE FEMININE is a collection of 24 personal stories of women's experiences in discovering the Divine Feminine and journeying within to experience it, understand it, and grow from it. You will see yourself reflected here. You will see paths you didn't know existed. You even may feel freer to walk some paths you may have been afraid to venture down. The writers are from Irish, Dutch, German, Scottish, North American, Trinidadian, English, Indian, French, Australian, New Zealand, and New Zealand Maori backgrounds, with combinations of Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Pagan, Wiccan, Baha'i, and other religious and spiritual practices and traditions. They are writers and artists, therapists and coaches, mothers and grandmothers, academics, yoga teachers, psychics and healers, nurses and salespeople, sisters and daughters. The re-emergence of the Divine Feminine from oppression, suppression, repression, and, ultimately, depression is vital to restoring the ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 347 Pages (14,926 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

Christa Helm : The Murder of a Hollywood Starlet by Jessi Dillard 3.6 Stars (6 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

Tall, blonde, and beautiful, Helm never really made it as an actress - despite leaving her home and a new baby to pursue her career in the movies. However, Helm was touted as the "ultimate party girl," and was a known fixture at parties and bedrooms throughout the Hollywood Hills. Her list of conquests included names like Warren Beatty, Joe Namath, Mick Jagger, and the Shah of Iran - and details of these trysts were recorded in Helm's diary, complete with a rating system to evaluate the bedroom skills of these famous men. When Helm's body was found, police found the diary missing, as well as the tapes Helm had secretly recorded of her sexual encounters. The suspicion was that Helm had been murdered for what she knew, and may have been extorting the celebrities and politicians that she'd bedded. However, the case has remained unsolved, and to this day, no one really knows what exactly happened to the actress known as Christa Helm.

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 44 Pages (1,258 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

Christmas Cards from Manson by Lawson McDowell (Rawr Publishing Company) Price verified 9 hours ago

A quick read, true short story. This account is based on a recorded conversation with one of America's most sinister and feared killers. Background research into a serial murderer's history carries its own risks. The Devil was caged, but still possessed a dangerous reach through thousands of followers. Both the prison and my friends warned me about Manson, but I charged ahead. I knew from the moment Manson followers called our home that I was in for a rough ride. After the Family's interrogation and vetting, things got even rougher when the demon himself called. I fought my fears every time we spoke. Was I being a fool? Was I putting my family in harm's way? Only time would reveal the answer. In 2019, America marks the 50th anniversary of the horrific Manson Family murders. There is more to the story than most realize. Contains strong language.

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 27 Pages (2,976 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

Australia in My Notebook: Where Were You When We Did This? (Traveling the World Book 3) by Sally Hull Price verified 9 hours ago

Charlie and Sally Hull landed in Sydney Australia and flew out to Darwin, caught the bus to Katherine and then to Timber Creek, then headed back east to Alice Springs. They flew to Melbourne and took the bus to the capital city of Canberra and then back to Sydney. From Sydney they traveled to Strathfield and Katoomba and then returned to Sydney. From Sydney they flew back to the USA. All of this was accomplished in four weeks. They walked an average of seven miles a day, meeting people and snapping photos of what they saw--crocodiles, busy streets, sunsets on the ocean, street artwork and more. At every step they encountered problems, such as broken airplanes, a visa that would not go through, a passport that was not accepted, food allergies, sun rashes, canceled hotel reservations and more. But through it all, God protected and provided for them. This is their combined journal.

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 265 Pages (3,475 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

DARWIN & FITZROY by Juliet Aykroyd (Sulivan & Stokes, An Imprint of Stay Thirsty Publishing, A Division of Stay Thirsty Media, Inc.) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 4 hours ago

In life, what began with fledgling 23-year-old naturalist Charles Darwin being accepted by Commander Robert FitzRoy of the HMS Beagle to join his five-year voyage of exploration of South America and the world for the British Admiralty ended 35 years later with FitzRoy dying impoverished, buried in an unconsecrated grave in the lonely yard of the All Saints Church in Upper Norwood, while Darwin was interred near the tomb of Sir Isaac Newton in Westminster Abbey as a scientific genius for the ages. And it was during the voyage of the Beagle that FitzRoy's religious orthodoxy came face-to-face with Darwin's early theories of evolution. From discussions in FitzRoy's cabin in the 1830s off the coast of South America to the heated debates of today, the clash of these two geniuses has been felt for centuries as people try to explain the world through the prism of creationism vs. evolution. DARWIN & FITZROY is the first published play in nearly 150 years that authentically portrays Charles ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 170 Pages (1,617 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

Blackjack, Me, and She by Robert Black (Snake Scorpion Press) 3.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 11 hours ago

Every gambler needs to hit that one morning, day or night when everything goes right. And you will talk about that run until you die. If you are a gambler and have not hit that run at least once in your life, keep going, it will appear just as sure as mathematics and probability. And you may think that mathematics and probability are boring, not a beautiful thing, lifeless, but when you hit that run it will be as magical and beautiful and empowering as anything you have ever experienced in your life. A collection of absolutely true autobiographical stories by Robert Black, about his experiences blackjack gambling at various casinos around the world, showing some of the ridiculous highs and lows of gambling with and without alcohol, with various girlfriends, through a couple of decades. Also included is a list of his tips on blackjack gambling, based on his experiences.

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 59 Pages (2,868 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 21st, 2019

THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY August 2014 All Crime, All the Time by Huggins Point Publishing (Huggins Point Publishing Co. LLC.) Price verified 12 hours ago

All Crime All The Time in the Chesapeake Bay region of Maryland, Virginia and Delaware "Since the St. Mary's Today was purchased and then deliberately shut down, Southern Maryland has been devoid of any REAL newspaper reporting. All 3 of the newspapers there refuse to expose any of the "Good Ole Boy" back room deals or call out any other wrong doing. Ken Rossignol has again taken up this badly needed public service in his publishing of "The Chesapeake Today"! Ben Bradlee, the great Editor of the Washington Post for so many years, and a local resident, was a great admirer of the old St. Mary's Today. Were he still alive today I'm sure he would be equally supportive of "The Chesapeake Today". Yes the verbiage used in the paper is shocking! Unlike the "PC" news media Ken writes in the simple language used daily by most of his readers. No sugar coating, no tap dancing verbally, just the brutal, unvarnished, straight forward and honest truth! Some readers will be offended, especially ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Size: 43,878 KB
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 20th, 2019

Calgary Memories: 1958 to 1969 by Brian Borgford Price verified 14 hours ago

This book contains my memories of the twelve I lived in Calgary as a schoolboy from 1958 to 1969. It includes my narrative accounts and associated pictures from my personal collection and from publicly available sources. Although I have tried to focus on my school years, I have included some narrative outside of that date range where I feel the context is important or relevant. This is not a book about the history of Calgary, but rather how the scenes and events of the time imprinted on my memory.

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 372 Pages (56,708 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 20th, 2019

Mark Cuban: The Maverick Billionaire by Sean Huff (Keen Publishing) 4.1 Stars (45 Reviews)    Price verified 15 hours ago

Mark Cuban sits in one of the most high-profile chairs in entertainment. He's comfortable. Exactly where he wants to be. A few hundred people in the room have their eyes affixed on him. Several cameras record his five minute interview, which will later be beamed to millions of TV viewers. On either side of him sit two A-list celebrities paying him their undivided attention. This is Mark Cuban, the energetic, passionate technology genius who turned two companies into billions of dollars of personal wealth before he became a household name when he acquired the NBA's Dallas Mavericks. =================================================== Entrepreneur, media mogul, celebrity and the ultimate sports fan... Mark Cuban is one of the most colorful and controversial billionaires of our time. A self-made man who has inspired millions to follow their own dreams. "Mark Cuban: The Maverick Billionaire" is the first in the Modern Moguls series of biographical profiles, spotlighting the men and ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 134 Pages (1,723 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 20th, 2019

SPIKED - The story of a woman drugged with GhB and how she was turned into a criminal. by Sharron Gold 4.0 Stars (81 Reviews)    Price verified 16 hours ago

The author shares the shocking true account of how overnight her life was turned into a living hell, after her drink was spiked with GhB - a drug that can virtually turn anyone into a willing slave, combined with the potentially lethal power of hypnosis, gang stalkers on two continents, the latest technology for monitoring and recording all voyeuristic activity, outwardly "respectable" criminals send her on a journey into a 21st century hell which defies imagination, gravely endangering her physical and mental health and leaving her destitute. How does anyone survive such an ordeal? What are the effects on the victims of mind altering and so called "truth" drugs? How does a woman caught in the net of gang stalkers escape? How does she rebuild her life and start the process of seeking justice against the perpetrators? Her only weapon is her continuity trained memory. Over the three months she was drugged, she mentally kept track of everything that happened like a continuity girl on ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 278 Pages (345 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 20th, 2019

The Most Devious Killers of All Time: Crafty Serial Killers Who Objectified Their Victims for Their Own Twisted Needs (True Crime Murder Case ... by Jack Smith (Maplewood Publishing) 4.4 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 18 hours ago

Some of the things that the psychopaths featured in this book did will chill your bones... It can be hard to understand what some serial killers have done to their victim's corpses because it's just beyond unthinkable and yet, it did actually happen. Be warned, this book is not for the faint-hearted, and some people might find some descriptions very disturbing. Download FREE with Kindle Unlimited! Most of us don't see dead bodies very often, and while we encounter them for different reasons and have different reactions, very few of us indeed have ever looked upon the corpse of someone whose death we've caused. The act of killing, of destroying a life, is something most people would never consider. It can be hard enough putting down a sick pet or killing an animal for food. But a person? There are, of course, murderers who kill for money or vengeance. To them, a dead body is an inconvenience, an unavoidable but undesirable concomitant of the killing. Their objective is to end a ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Length: 99 Pages (4,106 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 20th, 2019

Voltaire: A Life from Beginning to End by Hourly History 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 7 hours ago

Discover the remarkable life of Voltaire in less than an hour... Free BONUS Inside! Voltaire, born Fran├žois-Marie Arouet in Paris, France, was a writer and leading figure of the Enlightenment. His insistence that all authority could and must be questioned was so radical, he ended up in prison several times and was ultimately exiled. Voltaire's writings were instrumental in influencing the American and French revolutions. Man as a being with natural rights was a radical concept at the time, but one which the American founding fathers embraced. Voltaire's anger was specifically directed at the arbitrary powers of the state and the church. The French legal system treated aristocrats differently than ordinary citizens. The Catholic church, too, wielded its dictatorial power. Voltaire incurred the wrath of both kings and bishops with his unrelenting attacks on such abuses of freedom. Unwilling to be silenced, Voltaire continued his demand for individual freedom throughout the span of ...

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs [x]
Size: 2,066 KB
Lending: Enabled
Added: Sep 20th, 2019
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