CPCS oversees the murder list, the group of hotshot lawyers not only qualified to handle murder cases for indigent clients, but also benevolent enough to take them for a reduced fee. (Jack sometimes says those defendants are his own ...
Author: Hank Phillippi Ryan
Publisher: Forge Books
Download a FREE sneak peek of The Murder List! "An exhilarating thrill ride that keeps you turning pages.. Ryan deftly delivers a denouement as shocking as it is satisfying." —Liv Constantine, bestselling author of The Last Mrs. Parrish and The Last Time I Saw You Law student Rachel North will tell you, without hesitation, what she knows to be true. She's smart, she’s a hard worker, she does the right thing, she’s successfully married to a faithful and devoted husband, a lion of Boston's defense bar, and her internship with the Boston DA's office is her ticket to a successful future. Problem is—she’s wrong. And in this cat and mouse game--the battle for justice becomes a battle for survival. The Murder List is a new standalone suspense novel in the tradition of Lisa Scottoline and B. A. Paris from award-winning author and reporter Hank Phillippi Ryan. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Austin Bryant was arrested just 2 hours after he was placed on the list on January 8, 1969. He was charged with killing two FBI agents in Washington, D.C.; bank robbery in Baltimore, Maryland; and escaping from prison, ...
Author: Eric Hickey, Ph.D.
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Social Science
"As a good encyclopedia does, the Encyclopedia of Murder and Violent Crime brings together articles that offer diverse insights into the topic, while at the same time giving the reader a feel for its overall scope." --AGAINST THE GRAIN This comprehensive single-volume encyclopedia contains a wealth of material on killing and other violent behavior, as well as detailed information on a host of criminal cases from local decisions to Supreme Court rulings. The Encyclopedia of Murder and Violent Crime includes nearly 500 entries that range from Antisocial Personality Disorder and the Beltway Snipers to the infamous Zodiac Murders. Entries take several formats, including: substantial essays on criminal terms, pathologies, and criminal justice concise case studies of serial murderers, infamous crimes, and their investigations relatively brief definitions of relevant legal and criminological terms. The Encyclopedia is written by an impressive group of contributors, many leading experts in their fields of criminology, criminal justice, and more. Extra features such as a handy, easy-to-use Reader's Guide, a lavish art program of approximately 50 photographs, and several appendixes enhance and complete the volume. This valuable reference is designed for academic, school, public, and special/private libraries as well as criminal justice agencies.
13 Before discussing what has been done or can be done to combat this appalling amount of murder it is well to list some of the principal killers and their various " causes " which lead them to these deeds .
Author: Gerhard Falk
Category: Social Science
A unique study providing evidence that murder is predictable and the exceptionally high murder rate in the United States is reduceable. Part I examines 50 case histories and an analysis of 912 homicides from an original study made in Erie County (Buffalo), New York. Part II discusses multicide, serial killers, and mass murderers. Part III covers assassinations and executions and a final part presents conclusions.
“If Mr. Grumet gives me the murder list that he holds in his office,” he said loudly, “I'll take the first twelve names on this panel, if they are not on the guaranteed murder list. The District Attorney has all kinds of money; ...
Author: Mel Heimer
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
Somewhere in the elegance of Beekman Place, the stone refuge of the very rich, she lay naked and sprawled across an heirloom of a bed in the grotesque position of sudden and violent death. She was beautiful Patsy Burton Lonergan, 22- year-old wife, mother—and sole heiress to seven million dollars. She had been bludgeoned to death with a heavy brass.candlestick handsomely inlaid with green glass. The room was a shambles. The following dawn Toronto police took into custody Patsy Lonergan's husband, Wayne, a Royal Canadian Air Force cadet. He had two gashes on his chin. Thus burst over the nation one of the most sensational and sordid cases in the annals of modern crime. The trial of Wayne Lonergran for the murder of his wife revealed a bizarre design for living that shocked even the most jaded—a trial that erupted into a Roman circus when the morals of a generation of wealth were exposed to a world avid for the details.
“Yes, Wat, I mean that just as it amused you to name McMuirtree as your 'victim' because you like to play with words, so it may be that, in our midst, there is a cold and calculating killer who finds it 'amusing' to take a list of names ...
Author: Gyles Brandreth
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A second installment of a tale inspired by the life of detective Oscar Wilde and his partner-in-crime, Arthur Conan Doyle, finds the celebrated playwright inventing a "murder" game that turns deadly when a fantasy victim is actually killed. Simultaneous.
LIST OF MAPS xvi Basutoland ( Lesotho ) : District Map , c . 1950s . Basutoland ( Lesotho ) : Ward Map , c . 1950s , showing the distribution of cases of medicine murder ( 1895–1966 ) . Between pages 48 and 49 LIST OF TABLES , FIGURES ...
Author: Murray Colin Murray
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Category: Blood accusation
Medicine murder involved the cutting of body parts from victims, usually while they were still alive, to be used for the preparation of medicines intended to enhance the power of the perpetrators. A 'very startling' increase in cases of medicine murder apparently took place in Basutoland (now Lesotho), in southern Africa, in the late 1940s and the early 1950s. It gave rise to a dramatic crisis of late colonial rule. Was this increase a real one? If so, why did it happen? How far does it explain the crisis? What other factors contributed? This book offers some comprehensive answers to these difficult, complex and controversial questions and a highly readable analysis of how the crisis arose and of how it fell away. The authors draw sensitively and critically on many different and often conflicting sources of evidence.
7. Jay Robert Nash, Bloodletters and Badmen (New York: M. Evans, 1995), pp. 580–82. 8. “Admits He Killed Fourteen Persons,” New York Times, October 6, 1913, p. 1:3. 9. Ibid. 10. “Cut Chicago Man's Murder List to Two,” New York Times, ...
Author: Gini Graham Scott
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: True Crime
A riveting account of the changing nature of murder in America and the investigation techniques used to solve it.
While Savannah drove, Gia's mind wandered back to the list. At least two of the five people on the list were dead. Both murdered. Captain Hayes was still alive, but he'd signed out the same folder only days after Sara Mills was killed.
Author: Lena Gregory
Publisher: Lyrical Press
To save her cozy Florida diner, Gia Morelli must dive into a swamp of crime and corruption in this “fun new series” (E. J. Copperman, national bestselling author of the Haunted Guesthouse Mysteries). New York native Gia Morelli is just getting used to life in Florida when she gets word that the town government wants to shut down her pride and joy: the charming little diner known as the All-Day Breakfast Café. A forgotten zoning regulation means that the café was opened illegally, and hardboiled council president Marcia Steers refuses to budge. Gia is considering hanging up her apron and going back to New York, but before she gives up on her dream, she discovers something shocking in the local swamp: Marcia Steers, dead in the water. There’s a secret buried in the books at town hall, and someone killed to keep it hidden. To save her café and bring a killer to justice, Gia and her friends will have to figure out a killer’s recipe for murder . . . Praise for the writing of Lena Gregory “Hold on to your plates for this fast-paced mystery that will leave you hungering for more!” —J. C. Eaton, author of the Sophie Kimball Mysteries, on Scone Cold Killer “Family secrets, old mansions, and a growing list of murder victims—these elements and more blend together to make an intriguing as well as entertaining cozy mystery.” —RT Book Reviews on Occult and Battery “As breezy and salty as a gust of wind off the chilly bay waters.”—Juliet Blackwell, New York Times–bestselling author of the Witchcraft Mysteries on Death at First Sight “An intriguing opening to a fun new series.” —E. J. Copperman, national bestselling author of the Haunted Guest
Author: Louisiana. Department of the Attorney GeneralPublish On: 1872
LIST OF PRISONERS Confined in the Parish Prison , awaiting Trial on Capital Charges before the First District Court for ... Murder . Arson . Murder . Murder . Murder . Murder . Murder . LIST OF CRIMINAL CASES Pending before the Supreme ...
Author: Louisiana. Department of the Attorney General
We had their personnel run a list of names of women that fit the description of our suspects. We think our killers are on that list. ... Allison's brutal killing is too involved to be a killing by depraved monsters.
Author: SEAN O'BREANNAN
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The story begins with a horrible brutal killing of a very beautiful girl. A member of the Hartford Hockey team mentions that this girl got herself pregnant and says that he is the father. Of course he is, but he proclaims his innocence. He has been sleeping with a Registered Nurse who happens to be the floor supervisor where the Student Nurses are assigned for training. She decides to enroll these Students into a Black Supremacy Political Action Committee. She had also tried to form such a committee while in College but there were not enough black students. Therefore, now that she had more black students. She was more successful. And, she began to brainwash them with subtle lies. Unfortunately they listened and began to believe her lies. This led to the horrible blood bath in the Ladies room at the Old State House and the removal of Allison's Baby. It now became Harry Smith's job to solve the murder. In the end the Supervisor is found guilty of the murder as well as causing Juveniles to commit Capital Felonry Murder. She receives the Death Sentence and is executed. Now! The wicked witch of the East is dead. Her Young Students are absolved of the crime. The little Student who killed Annie the Bag Lady is also absolved of her crime and everything ends but, not until Harry and Sharon having a Binge Party.