But would they be able to prove his guilt?this true crime legal thriller written by one of the prosecutors, and journalist Margie Porter, Larry Sells, runs at full throttle and will leave you on the edge of your seat right up to the checkered flag at the final verdict. Scroll up and grab a copy today. The case went cold for six years until a newly elected prosecutor allowed his deputies to charge Michael Albrecht with murder.
Award winning finalist in the true crime category of the 2019 best book awards sponsored by American Book FestCynthia Albrecht, went missing on October 25, the executive chef of the Penske-Marlboro racing team and darling of the IndyCar circuit, 1992-the night before her divorce from Michael Albrecht became final.
Drivers and racing crews from across the country converged on "The Brickyard, " site of the Indianapolis 500, to help search for her. As the head mechanic for the dick simon racing team, known as “Crabby” across the race circuit, Michael had a reputation for bullying and abuse. But with a strong alibi, there was nothing authorities could do when he decided to take a vacation to Florida and skip a scheduled polygraph test and the search for his estranged wife.
Nor could law enforcement charge him when Cynthia’s body was found a few weeks later in northern Indiana - minus her head. He'd immediately become a suspect in Cynthia's disappearance.
No One Is Perfect: The True Story Of Candace Mossler And America's Strangest Murder Trial
Thirty years before the O. J. A colorful parade of prosecution witnesses shared tales of recruiting hit men, and the unusual relationship between the glamorous aunt and her nephew. No one is perfect" is a thoroughly researched account of the landmark trial and the life of its chic blonde defendant. Jacques mossler, a prominent financier, was brutally murdered in his Key Biscayne apartment.
Simpson case, america was fascinated by another "trial of the century". Suspicion quickly fell upon Melvin Lane Powers, the shady nephew of Mossler's wife, Candace. When investigators discovered that "Candy and Mel" were carrying on an incestuous love affair, the pair were charged with the crime. The miami trial featured the legendary defense attorney, Percy Foreman, whose outrageous tactics created a number of memorable moments.
Bad Moon Rising: The Prom Night Murders Memoir
Gathering insight from interviews with former police investigators, judges, and prison personnel, attorneys, a survivor of a similar attack, Morrison exposes the raw emotions that accompanied the senseless killings. Ed morrison's brother, and his spunky girlfriend, Debra Means, Michael, never made it home from the Mascoutah Community High School prom held on May 3, 1969.
Two days later, their bodies were discovered near an abandoned strip mine on the outskirts of town. He traces the murderer throughout his life, imprisonment, uncovering facts and unknown stories about his cross-country crime spree, and eventual death. Bad moon rising is the gripping true story of one man's quest to uncover the truth fifty years after his brother and his brother’s girlfriend were murdered on prom night.
After taking his victims at gunpoint, Marshall Wayne Stauffer raped and strangled fifteen-year-old Debbie and dispatched eighteen-year-old Mike with three shots to the back of his head. In this true crime memoir, illuminate the evil within a murderer, Ed Morrison chronicles his journey nearly fifty years after that fateful night to learn the truth of what happened, and find resolution.
A dark, true account of obsession. Gregg olsen"phelps dares to tread where few others will: into the mind of a killer. Tv ragesmart, gorgeous redhead Beth Carpenter was a successful attorney in Connecticut's upscale coastal towns. With a revealing new update, manipulation, this classic true-crime thriller is a gripping account of obsession, and cold-blooded murder.
Phelps is a true-crime veteran. New york post"anything by Phelps is an eye-opening experience. Suspense magazine"Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers. Allison brennanincludes 16 Pages Of Dramatic Photos. On a cold spring night, detectives began to unravel a twisted trail of sex games, lies, when passing motorists discovered Clinton's bullet-riddled body along an interstate's exit ramp, greed, and family secrets.
Her brother-in-law, was a former exotic dancer--and, Beth decided, Anson "Buzz" Clinton, unsuitable to be her precious niece's guardian. The investigation would cross the Atlantic Ocean before finally bringing justice home.
Murder on Birchleaf Drive: The True Story of the Michelle Young Murder Case
Edmunds, Jr. North carolina supreme court, north carolina court of Appeals, 2001-2017; Judge, Associate Justice, 1999-2001; U. S. Prepare yourself for an intense, heart-pounding read!”—Dr. Jean G. Was jason the monster who bludgeoned his beautiful wife to death, jason and michelle Young lived a storybook life—an attractive couple with great jobs, leaving his toddler alone for hours to walk through her blood? If so—would he get away with it? To the outside world, a precocious two-year-old daughter, a beautiful home, and a baby boy on the way.
Of a marriage crumbling at its foundation. Attorney, 1986-1993"a great read, middle district of north Carolina, and a must- read, for those who are fascinated with the drama of real life—it’s even better than fiction. Colon willoughby, 1987-2014"an excellent book, District Attorney of Wake County, North Carolina, and I recommend it highly.
Jerry boyd, coronado, California Police Chief ret. Author of multiple books including firestone park: policing south-central los angeles and my years as a chief“reading murder on birchleaf dRIVE is like being at the scene of the crime and inside the well of the courtroom during every moment of one of North Carolina’s most notorious murder trials.
Ripley Rand, U. S. Barbara jackson, associate justice, north carolina court of appeals, 2011-2019; judge, North Carolina Supreme Court, 2005-2011“This fascinating and well-told story of a North Carolina murder and the trials that followed has more twists and turns than the road to Murphy .
Bitter Blood: A True Story of Southern Family Pride, Madness, and Multiple Murder
Recreates . . . The only link between the three families was a beautiful, aristocratic young mother named Susie Sharp Newsom Lynch. Brilliantly chronicled. Detroit free press “An engrossing southern gothic sure to delight fans of the true-crime genre. Could this former child “princess” and fraternity sweetheart have committed such barbarous crimes? And what about her gun-loving first cousin and lover, Jerry Bledsoe recounts the shocking events that ultimately took nine lives, of obsessive love and bitter custody battles, son of a nationally renowned doctor? In this tale of three families connected by marriage and murder, Fritz Klenner, building to a truly horrifying climax that will leave you stunned.
The Newsoms. The Sharps. One of the most shocking crimes of recent years. Publishers weekly “Absorbing suspense. Chicago tribune “Astonishing . . . The Lynches. The “riveting” #1 new york times bestseller: A true story of three wealthy families and the unbreakable ties of blood Kirkus Reviews. Mystified police first suspected a professional in the bizarre gangland-style killings that shattered the quiet tranquility of two well-to-do southern communities.
A City Owned: The true story of the worst case of serial sex homicide in American history Murder by Increments Book 1
One after another, they appear by the sides of suburban roads and freeways – the naked, strangled bodies of women who have been raped, tortured and left for dead. Police begin to suspect that their target is a rogue operator who has emerged from their own ranks. Even people familiar with the case will find this book a revelation as they will learn new facts about the cases.
If you are a law and order fan such as me, you believe in justice and you enjoy a bit of history and psychiatric knowledge, this book is for you. Well-written, entertaining and real. ". And then, all hell breaks loose in Los Angeles. An arrest in the strangling murders of two co-eds across state lines finally leads to a break in the case, but the suspect is someone the investigators could have ever expected.
None of them are prepared for the dark journey through the mazes of the human mind it will take to unlock the door to justice. From the author of the bestselling “gone: catastrophe in Paradise”, “A City Owned” is the true story of the worst case of serial sex homicide in American history. Praise from readers:★★★★★ - "anyone who finds true crime stories worthwhile will be riveted by A City Owned.
She Survived: Melissa
Phelps clearly shows how the ugliest crimes can take place in the quietest of suburbs. Library journal on never See Them Again "Phelps is a true-crime veteran. New york post"anything by Phelps is always an eye-opening experience. Suspense Magazine. A few days before her 26th birthday, Melissa Schickel returned to her Indianapolis home and went to bed.
William Phelps. Her strength and courage will inspire all women with similar experiences to think of themselves proudly as survivors—not victims. Melissa fought fiercely. The assailant fled, leaving her to face a long road to recovery from deep-seated fear and post-traumatic stress. An hour later, she was yanked from her dreams into terror.
She tells her exclusive true story as part of a compelling narrative by bestselling crime expert M. Fighting for her life. An intruder held her down, brutally beating and stabbing her.
The Pale-Faced Lie: A True Story
A violent ex-con forces his son to commit crimes in this unforgettable memoir about family and survival“Cinematically gripping. Kirkus reviewsgrowing up on the Navajo Indian Reservation, David Crow and his three siblings idolized their dad. Soon he remarried, and David learned that his stepmother was just as vicious and abusive as his father.
Through sheer determination, and with the help of a few angels along the way, David managed to get into college and achieve professional success. Most of all, it’s an inspirational story about the power of forgiveness and the ability of the human spirit to rise above adversity, no matter the cost. One day, thurston packed up the house and took the kids, leaving her with nothing.
But as time passed, violence, the ex-con with his own code of ethics that justified cruelty, David discovered the other side of Thurston Crow, lies—even murder. A shrewd con artist with a genius IQ, Thurston intimidated David with beatings to coerce him into doing his criminal bidding. Tall, smart, strong, and brave, the self-taught Cherokee regaled his family with stories of his World War II feats.
With lives at stake, david would have only twenty-four hours to outsmart his father—the brilliant, including his own, psychotic man who bragged that the three years he spent in the notorious San Quentin State Prison had been the easiest time of his life. The pale-faced lie is a searing, raw, palpable memoir that reminds us what an important role our parents play in our lives.
It was a night of celebration for the Whitaker family. In sugar land, texas, a happy family occasion turns into a mysterious massacre, in this chilling true crime story by the bestselling author of Pure Murder. Whitaker, then Bart. His mother took the next bullet, followed by Mr. But when bart’s brother, Kevin, opened the door to their house, a masked intruder shot him point blank.
To the cops, the story didn’t add up, and their investigation uncovered a stunning web of lies. No one faces evil head-on like Corey Mitchell. Gregg Olsen. Bart was living a double life, and hadn’t been enrolled in college since his freshman year. Their son bart was graduating from Sam Houston State University.
Blood was everywhere, but somehow Bart and his father survived . . . Instead of attending classes, he spent his days playing video games with friends—and planning the murder of his family to inherit their million-dollar estate . . . In savage son, los angeles times–bestselling author Corey Mitchell takes us inside this chilling murder case to reveal the twisted motives of a seemingly All-American boy-next-door who turned into a cold-blooded killer.
Gone Forever: A True Story of Marriage, Betrayal, and Murder True Crime St. Martin's Paperbacks
Then, richard McFarland finally spoke. And a terrifying, chilling truth came out. When the charred, decomposed body of Susan McFarland was finally discovered at an overgrown farmstead outside of San Antonio, a new hunt began—for justice. Mcfarland maintained his innocence, and investigators only had circumstantial evidence against him.
. Three days later, her car was found, keys in the ignition. On november 25, 2002, she disappeared. Later that day, her husband reported her missing—and a desperate search began. Her friends and family hoped against hope that Susan was not gone forever. But investigators became increasingly suspicious of Richard McFarland.
While headlines screamed out new details in the case, and police tried to gather more evidence, a blockbuster trial was about to begin. Susan mcfarland was a vivacious, successful mother of three young sons.