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American book publishing record cumulative 1950 1977

American book publishing record cumulative 1950 1977 Author R.R. Bowker Company. Dept. of Bibliography
ISBN-10 UOM:49015003053973
Release 1978
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Passport to Treason

Passport to Treason Author Alan Hynd
ISBN-10 1494078228
Release 2013-10
Pages 306
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This is a new release of the original 1943 edition.



Brutes Beasts and Human Fiends

Brutes  Beasts and Human Fiends Author Alan Hynd
ISBN-10 1615722556
Release 2010-12-07
Pages 168
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Ten true stories of America's most depraved murderers of all time have been collected and written by Hynd, one of America's most brilliant fact-crime reporters.



Serial Killer Groupies

Serial Killer Groupies Author RJ Parker
ISBN-10 9781502540904
Release 2014-12-26
Pages 230
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This book delves into the twisted psychology of women attracted to some of the most notorious monsters on the planet, giving true crime readers real insight into this phenomena One of the most common reasons given by women who date serial killers is the fact that they ‘see’ the little boy that the horrible man once used to be, and they believe that they can nurture that kid, hence removing the cruel and harmful nature of the killers and making them amicable again. Known as ‘serial killer groupies’ or even ‘prison groupies’ by some, a great number of these women have shown a surprising desire to get connected to the serial killer of their choice. A large number of these women have become directly aligned with these killers, and some have even married these hardened criminals. Groupies will do almost anything to get close to the prisoner that they are attracted to. They give up jobs, family, spend money on him, and even move across country to be in the same town as him. Some SKG's are attracted to the celebrity status they acquire. They go on talk shows to announce their undying love for the serial killer and proclaim that he was not capable of these killings. This book depicts several such cases and you'll meet some of these SKG's. "If you seek to understand or study the unexplainable, this book may be your key to some grasp of what is beyond imagining....why some women love serial killers!" -- (Bernard Lee DeLeo), bestselling author of over twenty-five novels "The obsessed groupies of predators such as Richard Ramirez (The Night Stalker) are just as fascinating as the serial killers they love. Best-selling author RJ Parker offers powerful insights into the needs, motivations and dark desires of women who pursue and sometimes marry the most infamous killers in history. This powerful psychological examination of these women is not to be missed. Well researched, Parker sheds new light on the curious sub-culture of groupies in his new true crime book, SERIAL KILLER GROUPIES" -- (Scott Bonn, PhD) Professor, criminologist and author of Why We Love Serial Killers: The Curious Appeal of the World's Most Savage Murderers



Fair Play s a Jewel

Fair Play   s a Jewel Author Robert Bruce Stewart
ISBN-10 9781938710131
Release 2015-08-31
Pages 290
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On a hot July morning in the summer of 1903, insurance investigator Harry Reese learns his secretive wife Emmie is planning a trip to Portland, Maine. Could she be heading for an assignation with the mysterious stranger who called for her at the apartment? Or is she instead leading Harry into yet another befuddling murder mystery peopled by a plethora of peculiar characters, with herself once again acting as befuddler-in-chief? Before this case is solved, our heroes will have gained a knowledge of cockney rhyming slang, 17th-century cant, and the mating habits of the American eel; confronted a snooping Pinkerton of fictional origin; come to terms with a pirate publisher; and waded through a veritable ocean of false identities. For more information on the series, please visit: HarryReeseMysteries.com keywords: mystery, humorous mystery, cozy mystery, funny mystery, historical mystery, Harry Reese Mystery, 1900, Brooklyn, New York, P.G. Wodehouse, parody, Edmund Crispin, Nick and Nora, The Thin Man, Wodehouse mystery



Dome City Blues

Dome City Blues Author Jeff Edwards
ISBN-10 9780983008583
Release 2012-01-15
Pages 318
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Los Angeles: 2063 David Stalin was one of the best detectives in the business, running head-to-head with data-jackers, organ thieves, and the tech-enhanced gangs who ruled the shadowy streets of Los Angeles. He could do no wrong, until what seemed like an easy case got out of control, and left his wife dead among the abandoned ruins of old LA. After four years of self-imposed retirement, David suddenly finds himself back on the job, struggling to unravel a crime far worse than murder. This time, he’s not the hunter. As he’s about to discover, the past isn’t finished with him yet…



When No One Is Watching

When No One Is Watching Author Joseph Hayes
ISBN-10 9780984387946
Release 2010-10-05
Pages 317
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On the eve of announcing his run for Congress, a charismatic Chicago politician causes a deadly accident. Panicked, he frames his best friend, a good-hearted alcoholic, and flees the scene. As one man tries to pick up the pieces of his shattered life, the other embarks on a meteoric rise to political stardom. But when a dogged detective digs deeper into the case, the political superstar must decide just how far he is willing to go to keep his dark secret and avoid an explosive scandal that could ruin him and rock the entire nation. In this suspenseful thriller, author Joseph Hayes asks, is "the greater good" just a lie we tell ourselves to justify the sins we commit when no one is watching?



Text Me When You Get Home

Text Me When You Get Home Author
ISBN-10 9781101986127
Release 2018-02-06
Pages 288
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'Text me when you get home.' After joyful nights out together, female friends say this to one another as a way of cementing their love. It's about safety but, more than that, it's about solidarity. A validation of female friendship unlike any that's ever existed before, Text Me When You Get Home is a mix of historical research, the author's own personal experience, and conversations about friendships with women across the country. Everything Schaefer uncovers reveals that these ties are making us, both as individuals and as society as a whole, stronger than ever before.



Tuppenny Hat Detective

Tuppenny Hat Detective Author Brian Sellars
ISBN-10 1849230005
Release 2008-11
Pages 252
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Was the old Star Woman murdered? Young Billy Perks, who found her body, is sure she was, but the authorities disagree. Their haste to close the file heightens Billy's suspicions. He and his pals Yvonne Sparkes, and Kick Morely, decide to investigate, unwittingly awakening a long hidden killer and unearthing secrets of wartime conspiracy and betrayal. Written for adult and teenage readers, Tuppenny Hat Detective is a gentle, nostalgic mystery story, set in Sheffield, England, as the city struggles to recover from World-War-Two.



Last Dance Last Chance

Last Dance  Last Chance Author Ann Rule
ISBN-10 9780743424066
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 480
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"America's best true-crime writer" (Kirkus Reviews), Ann Rule presents an all-new collection of crime stories drawn from her private files -- and featuring the riveting case of a fraudulent doctor whose lifelong deceptions had deadly consequences. LAST DANCE LAST CHANCE Dr. Anthony Pignataro was a cosmetic surgeon and a famed medical researcher whose flashy red Lamborghini and flamboyant lifestyle in western New York State suggested a highly successful career. But appearances, as this shocking insider account of Pignataro's tailspin from physician to prisoner proves, can be deceiving -- and, for the doctor's wife, very nearly deadly. No one was safe if they got in his way. With scalpel, drugs, and arsenic, he betrayed every oath a physician makes -- until his own schemes backfired. Now, the motivations of the classic sociopath are plumbed with chilling accuracy by Ann Rule. Along with other shocking true cases, this worldwide headline-making case will have you turning pages in disbelief that a trusted medical professional could sink to the depths of greed, manipulation, and self-aggrandizement where even slow, deliberate murder is not seen for what it truly is: pure evil.



Hard Fall

Hard Fall Author P.T. Reade
ISBN-10 9781508056096
Release 2017-02-02
Pages 92
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An ex-cop with a past. A case police couldn’t solve. One chance at redemption... An ex-New York detective, now working as a freelance investigator in London; Thomas Blume hunts for the killers that tore his family apart. For justice, for closure, for revenge. But when Blume stumbles across a case that baffled local police, he unwittingly becomes part of a world full of criminals, thugs and corrupt cops that will do anything to stop him. Now, in a country he doesn’t understand and a city stacked against him, Blume must fight to expose the truth… before it’s too late. Over 20,000 copies downloaded. Discover the thrilling first book in the Thomas Blume hard boiled mystery series today! Click and get your copy now!



Victorians Against the Gallows

Victorians Against the Gallows Author James Gregory
ISBN-10 9780857730886
Release 2011-11-30
Pages 384
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By the time that Queen Victoria ascended the throne in 1837, the list of crimes liable to attract the death penalty had effectively been reduced to murder. Yet, despite this, the gallows remained a source of controversy in Victorian Britain and there was a growing unease in liberal quarters surrounding the question of capital punishment. In this book, James Gregory examines organised efforts to abolish capital punishment in Britain and the Empire in the Victorian era, focusing particularly on the activities of the Society for the Abolition of Capital Punishment. The amelioration of the notoriously ‘Bloody Code’ of the British state may have limited capital punishment effectively to a small number of murderers after 1840 but, despite this, capital punishment was a matter of perennial debate, from the local arena of school debating societies to the ‘imperial Parliament’, and a topic to trouble the minds of thoughtful Victorians across the British world. Drawing on a wide range of sources, from pamphlets by abolitionists or their opponents to gallows broadsides, official inquiries, provincial newspapers, novels and short stories, Gregory studies a movement acknowledged by contemporaries to be agitating one of the ‘questions of the day’ - challenging as it did contemporary theology, state infliction of violence, and prevalent ideas about punishment. He explores important aspects such as: capital punishment debates in the ‘Lex Britannica’ of British colonies and dominions, the role of women abolitionists and the class and gendered inflexions to the ‘gallows question’, the representation of the problem of capital punishment in Victorian fiction, and the relationship between abolitionists and the Home Office which exercised the royal prerogative of mercy. While the abolitionism of Nonconformist reformers such as the Quakers and Unitarians is familiar, Gregory introduces the reader to the abolitionist debates in Jewish, secularist and spiritualist circles, and explores themes such as the imagined role of the Queen as ‘fount of mercy’ and the disturbing figure of the hangman. Studying the provincial, national and international aspects to the movement, Victorians Against the Gallows offers an important contribution to our understanding of Victorian reform activities, and Victorian culture.



Women in Mexico

Women in Mexico Author Julia Tuñón Pablos
ISBN-10 UVA:X004325221
Release 1999
Pages 144
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Throughout Mexico's history, women have been subjected to a dual standard: exalted in myth, they remain subordinated in their social role by their biology. But this dualism is not so much a battle between the sexes as the product of a social system. The injustices of this system have led Mexican women to conclude that they deserve a better world, one worth struggling for. Published originally in Spanish as Mujeres en Mexico: Una historia olvidada, this work examines the role of Mexican women from pre-Cortes to the 1980s, addressing the interplay between myth and history and the gap between theory and practice. Pointing to such varied prototypes as the Virgin of Guadalupe, La Malinche, and Sor Juana, Tunon contrasts what these women represent with more realistic but less-exalted counterparts such as Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez, La Guera Rodriguez, and Juana Belen Gutierrez de Mendoza. She also discusses the identity transformation by which indigenous women come to see themselves as Mexicanas, and analyzes such issues as women's economic dislocation in the labor force, education, and self-image. In challenging the illusion that historians have created of women in Mexico's history, Tunon hopes to recover feminism--with its strengths and weaknesses, its vision of the world that is both intellectual and full of feeling. By examining the social world of Mexico, she also hopes to determine those situations that cause oppression, exploitation, and marginalization of women.



The Access Principle

The Access Principle Author John Willinsky
ISBN-10 0262512661
Release 2009-04-30
Pages 287
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An argument for extending the circulation of knowledge with new publishing technologies considers scholarly, economic, philosophical, and practical issues.



We Don t Need No Stinking Badges

We Don t Need No Stinking Badges Author Peter S Fischer
ISBN-10 1519378750
Release 2016-01-24
Pages 240
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Joe Bernardi was the new guy in Warner Brothers Press Department so it was no surprise when Joe was given the unenviable task of flying to Tampico, Mexico to bail Humphrey Bogart out of jail without the world learning about it. When he arrived he discovered that Bogie wasn't the problem. So-called accidents were occurring daily on the set, slowing down the filming of "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" and putting tempers on edge. Everyone knows who's behind the sabotage, it's the local Jefe who has a finger in every illegal pie. But suddenly the intrigue widens and the murder of one of the actors throws the company into turmoil. Day by day, Joe finds himself drawn into a dangerous web of deceit, duplicity and blackmail. A lot of people would like to see these movie-making yankees go home, including: .....Benito Santiago, Tampico's chief of police who is out to nail El Jefe no matter what it takes. .....Hal Croves, the mysterious stranger who may or not be the author of the book on which the movie is based. .....Jose Herrera, the chauffeur who is obviously much, much more than a car driver. .....Miguel Iglesia, the icy and arrogant Captain of the Federales who has arrived from Mexico City to take charge of the investigation. .....Phil Drago, the incompetent associate producer, in over his head with no idea what to do about it. .....Carlos Martinez, the sweaty little head of the Mexican Film Commission, always too anxious to please. .....Pablo Rivera, the retired police detective, unprincipled and untrustworthy.



Child Delinquents

Child Delinquents Author Rolf Loeber
ISBN-10 0761924000
Release 2001
Pages 495
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Between 1980 and 1996 the number of arrests has increased considerably for offenders ages 12 and under. This increase is a cost to society in two ways: the cost of the crime and the cost of multiple agencies involved with these children. Several questions have developed due to this increase: How does the juvenile justice system deal with child delinquents? Is child delinquency a predictor of serious, violent, and chronic offending? How early can we predict delinquency, and what are early warning signs? Presenting empirically derived insights, Child Delinquents, is the definitive statement to date on the working knowledge with preteen offenders. This book is an excellent source for a broad audience of researchers, scholars, psychiatry, and practitioners at the administrative level.



Murder Great True Crime Cases

Murder  Great True Crime Cases Author Alan Hynd
ISBN-10 1258138905
Release 2011-10-01
Pages 192
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Murder Great True Crime Cases has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Murder Great True Crime Cases also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Murder Great True Crime Cases book for free.