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Murder Capital

Author : Tim Gilmore
ISBN : 9798642464175
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For at least the last century, Jacksonville has stood out nationally for its murder rates. "Florida's Murder Capital," headlines call it. The eight stories in Tim Gilmore's 20th book tell of Cuban Revolutionaries, of little known serial killers and a phony serial killer, of a man who courted and murdered mother-daughter pairs, of lynchings and Southern good-ole-boy corruption, of "Satanic Panic," of a white supremacist killer with a black male lover. These stories each stand on their own, even as they interrogate the long violent history of Florida, the Deep South, and the city where those two entities intersect.
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Murder Capital

Author : Amy Bell
ISBN : 9781847799746
Genre : History
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Murder Capital is a historical study of unexpected deaths whose circumstances required official investigation in mid-twentieth-century London. Suspicious deaths – murders in the family and by strangers, infanticides and deaths from illegal abortions – reveal moments of personal and communal crisis in the social fabric of the city. The intimate details of these crimes revealed in police investigation files, newspaper reports and crime scene photographs hint at the fears and desires of people in London before, during and after the profound changes brought by the dislocations of the Second World War. By setting the institutional ordering of the city against the hidden intimate spaces where crimes occurred and were discovered, the book presents a new popular history of the city, in which urban space circumscribed the investigation, classification and public perceptions of crime.
Category: History

Murder Capital

Author : Reg McKay
ISBN : 9781845028787
Genre : True Crime
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Murder Capital of Europe: that's Glasgow. A city more lethal than London, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, Dublin or strife-torn Belfast. But what's the truth behind the headlines, the real story on the streets of Glasgow? And who has earned the city its shocking and brutal reputation? Murder Capital leads you to the city's darkest corners and to the most evil citizens of the past twenty years, introducing you to people you definitely don't want to meet on a dark night. There are assassins, poisoners, body burners, faked suicides, sex slayers, femmes fatales, grannies with blades, revenge murders, crimes of passion, killer kids, betrayals, sadistic womanisers, lethal lesbians, rough trade, drugged-up demons and more. Average citizens all - until they turned to murder and shocked the world. Then there's Worm, The Birdman, Dopey, The Equaliser, Little General and The Iceman, all up to their necks in the organised mobs until caught for their murderous ways - or until they meet with the business end of a bullet or a blade. Glasgow is a city of contradictions. People love the place and feel safe going about their daily lives. But they also know there's a dark side, places you don't go and people you'll do well to avoid. Now, Reg McKay reveals the truth about the killers, the victims and life and death on the streets of Glasgow, the Murder Capital of Europe.
Category: True Crime

The Cruel City

Author : Stephen Orr
ISBN : 174237509X
Genre : History
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Why is it that Adelaide, a beautiful city of churches and lush gardens, a place renowned for its support of the arts and culture, has become better known as the epicenter of some of Australia's weirdest and most brutal crimes? One of its denizens seeks the answers in this fascinating investigation. Some crimes are so mysterious or ghastly that they take on a legendary status, and Adelaide seems to have had more than its fair share of them. The whole nation remembers the disappearance of the Beaumont children, the ghastly Snowtown murders where the dismembered bodies were found in barrels in a disused bank vault, and the so called Family murders perpetrated by Bevan Spencer van Einem, with its trail of conspiracy theories, rumor, and innuendo, and other crimes just as notorious. Award-winning novelist and journalist Stephen Orr rounds up the infamous crimes of his native city and looks beyond the myth to the tragic sadness, badness and madness of violent crime and its consequences. Why Adelaide? Read Cruel City and find out. This book was shortlisted for the 2011 Commonwealth Writers' Prize and longlisted for the 2011 Miles Franklin.
Category: History

Murder Capitol

Author : Gavin Schmitt
ISBN : 1569802254
Genre : Madison (Wis.)
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Murder Capital explores Prohibition-era Madison, Wisconsin. Per capita, Madison was the most violent and deadly city in the United States during the 1920s. Along with the usual suspects (bootleggers), Madison was unique in its strong Ku Klux Klan presence. In the background was a prominent judge, overseeing Mafia cases by day, but by night taking illegal loans from these very same criminals. In effect, the Judge tied his own hands and the violence was allowed to continue unabated.
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Capital Punishment In Canada

Author : David B. Chandler
ISBN : 0771097948
Genre : Law
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Chandler has thoroughly researched the Canadian context of the recurring and often emotional discussion of capital punishment.
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The Death Penalty In America

Author : Hugo Adam Bedau
ISBN : 0195122860
Genre : Law
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Collected essays analyze and evaluate the practice of capital punishment, and present arguments for and against it
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Capital Punishment

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ISBN : UCR:31210013206683
Genre : Capital punishment
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Chasing Killers

Author : Joe Jackson
ISBN : 9781845968793
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Glasgow is known as the murder capital of Britain and no one understands why better than Joe Jackson. For over 30 years, Jackson worked the crime beat, first as a uniformed cop then as a seasoned murder squad detective. In this hard-hitting memoir of his most memorable cases, he reveals the reality behind chasing killers and other crooks in 'No Mean City'. As a young cop, Jackson was threatened by Glasgow's most ruthless gangster, Arthur Thomson, and, as a fresh detective, he took part in the hunt for Bible John, Glasgow's most shadowy serial killer. He locked up more than his fair share of paedophiles and sex beasts along the way and, as a veteran Senior Investigating Officer, he cracked the hardest homicide nut there is: a murder without a body. Jackson's investigations have grabbed headlines, while his 'collars' have filled jails. Chasing Killers will shock readers with its behind-the-scenes look at how murder probes are run. Every case is related with candour and humour, and is laced with the kind of detail that only an expert can provide. Joe Jackson has been called the real-life Taggart, but this is no TV fantasy - this is real city police work: concrete hard, soot black and blood red.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Surviving The Murder Capital Of The World

Author : Legend Lawson
ISBN : 1094876763
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How far are you willing to go to make your Dream a Reality? Based on a true story, this book takes us on Legend Lawson's pursuit to further his career as professional basketball player, this journey leads him to the Murder Capital Of The World. He went there to play basketball, but finds himself entangled with some important people involved in the underworld. Those relationships lead to an opportunity that he just can't walk away from. His inspiring story is one of perseverance, loyalty, courage and shows how far one can go when you truly believe in yourself. He gives you an inside look of what it's like to be a basketball star in a third world country, nothing is held back you get the good, the bad and the ugly of life on and off the court.
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Yayo

Author : S. Allen
ISBN : 1951081315
Genre : Fiction
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Growing up on the murderous streets of Chicago, Illinois, YATON ANDERSON A.K.A. YAYO falls into a life of crime at a very young age and is convicted of a brutal homicide. After serving a "juvenile" life sentence, Yayo is released back to the streets as a full grown man who's on a "win at all cost" paper chase. Yayo's once tender heart has been turned ice cold, and he has the mind to match. In a short amount of time, he puts together the Get It Boy Click, and they reign terror throughout the city's drug trade, while Yayo's family prays for him to leave the streets alone. But the addiction to power, fast money and seductive women are hard vices to quit. With rival gangs and gangsta's, along with crooked cops, gunning for their heads, will Yayo and his crew be able to survive the disloyalty and treachery that cause the demise of so many other drug gangs? Or will their blood be the next to soak the streets that they ruthlessly and unapologetically fight to own?
Category: Fiction

Murder Capital

Author : Tracy Coleman
ISBN : 0985514302
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Murder Capital focuses on one man's mission to break up the most corrupt and destructive crime rings which he had ever seen - the government of Gomor, Indiana. Vincent Joshua is a successful trial attorney who practices in Los Angeles, California. When he learns that his father is involved in a near fatal car accident, Vincent makes the decision to leave his thriving law practice in Los Angeles and return to Gomor, Indiana to help his family. Vincent left the city in 1985 after his brother was killed execution style. When it was obvious that his father would make a full recovery, Vincent accepts a job with the Riverside County Prosecutor's Office. It doesn't take Vincent long to realize that the same corruption which plagued the city and caused his brother's death, had only gotten worse. This time, Vincent is no longer a naive, frightened youth running to save his life, but a powerful, skilled attorney, who has the knowledge to bring down the judges, police and prosecutors who made millions off of Gomor's illegal drug trade.
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Memphis

Author : Beverly G. Bond
ISBN : 0738524417
Genre : History
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With a reputation as wide open as the waters of the Mississippi flowing past its bustling downtown district, Memphis is a city of contrasts and contradictions. From the darkness of epidemics and racial tension to its beacons of music and entreprenurial success, Memphis is a reflection of the true American experience. For many years it was a community functioning almost as two separate societies, yet the ties between the two create one resolute and dynamic city as it begins this new century.
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North American Social Report

Author : Alex C. Michalos
ISBN : 9789400990029
Genre : Social Science
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For readers who intend to read this volume without reading the first, some in troductory remarks are in order about the scope of the work and the strategy used in all five volumes to measure the quality of life. In the frrst chapter of Volume I, I reviewed the relevant recent literature on social indicators and so cial reporting, and explained all the general difficulties involved in such work. It would be redundant to repeat that discussion here, but there are some fundamental points that are worth mentioning. Readers who fmd this account too brief should consult the longer discussion. The basic question that will be answered in this work is this: Is there a difference in the quality of life in Canada and the United States of America, and if so, in which country is it better? Alternatively, one could put the question thus: If one individual were randomly selected out of Canada and another out of the United States, would there be important qualitative differences, and if so, which one would probably be better om To simplify matters, I often use the terms Canadian' and 'American' as abbreviations for 'a randomly selected resident' of Canada or the United States, respec tively.
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Slaughter In The Streets

Author : Don Stradley
ISBN : 1949590259
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In Slaughter in the Streets, Don Stradley masterfully unfolds the story of how Boston became "boxing's murder capital." From the early days of Boston's Mafia, to the era of Whitey Bulger, Stradley tells the fascinating stories of men who were drawn to the dual shady worlds of boxing and the mob.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Monument To Murder A Capital Crimes Novel

Author : Margaret Truman
ISBN : 1429977477
Genre : Fiction
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Times are tough in Savannah for former cop and current PI Robert Brixton, so when he agrees to take on a 20 year-old murder case, he figures he's got nothing to lose. It's not long before the trail leads him deep into the corrupt underbelly of Savannah's power elite, and right into the lap of a secret government organization that's been offing "troublesome" politicians for decades. The cold case heats up when he joins forces with former attorneys Mackensie and Annabel Lee Smith to investigate the organization and the murders they committed in the name of patriotism. With what he knows, Brixton can bring down Washington D.C.'s leading social hostess, if not the administration itself. But can he outwit an organization that is hell-bent on keeping its secrets—secrets that go all the way back to the assassinations of Jack and Bobby Kennedy? Margaret Truman brings us into the corridors of Washington power as only she can, where the end too often justifies the means, where good people are destroyed by those for whom the only goal is survival... whatever the cost. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

The Roman Catholic Tradition

Author : Joanne Cleave
ISBN : 0435306901
Genre : Christian life
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The Roman Catholic tradition: christian lifestyle and behaviour (GCSE Religious studies for AQA)
Category: Christian life