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Murder In Mayberry

Author : Donna G. Smith
ISBN : 1478363940
Genre : True Crime
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In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains lies the town of Mount Airy, North Carolina. "Mount Airy served as the inspiration for the fictional town of Mayberry featured on the hit television series The Andy Griffith Show. Much like its fictional counterpart, Mount Airy is still characterized by many of the qualities and values that endear Mayberry to so many people". Mount Airy is the hometown of Andy Griffith and is thought of as America's Hometown. Amazing true crime stories, from the real Mayberry, spanning the years 1892 to 1976. Some of the stories you will read may sound beyond belief. You may find yourself saying "It couldn't have happened in Mayberry,"but it did! The book contains 25 short stories that cover 35 murders. The story will take you from the murder to the conclusion of the trial.
Category: True Crime

Murder In Mayberry

Author : Mary Kinney Branson
ISBN : 0882823256
Genre : True Crime
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An intricate murder case previously featured on America's Most Wanted follows a harrowing investigation into a prominent millionaire's brutal murder in a small town as conducted by a Secret Service agent who is forced to consider the possible guilt of his own family.
Category: True Crime

Murder In Mayberry

Author : I. M. Tillerman
ISBN : 074432145X
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When his marriage of thirty years seems doomed to divorce, seventy year-old Jason needs to get away. He chooses to retire to Mayberry, North Carolina, where he meets the County Sheriff, Andy Taylor. During his trial separation from his wife, as Jason attempts to clear his head and ponder the future, he discovers that this supposedly peaceful town is not what he expected. Something sinister seems to be lurking beneath Mayberry's serene exterior...
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A Simple Case Of Murder

Author : Leigh Mayberry
ISBN : 9798671406917
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The Alaska frontier isn't for everyone. It's isolated and cold. There are thousands of miles of jagged mountain ranges and hundreds of thousands of miles of inhospitable tundra. Most tourists see a fraction of the untamable landscape. It's a place that takes a special kind of person to live there. Meghan Sheppard is that kind of person. At forty-four, divorced, and a former Special Agent for the FBI, Meghan takes a job at the top of the world because her skills fit the rural environment. As Chief of Police for the Kinguyakkii Police Department, Meghan hasn't met everyone in the settlement, but she's getting around to it.Friends aren't easy to find living on top of the world. People don't see beyond the badge. Meghan isn't antisocial but she never goes out of her way to make acquaintances. When someone close to Meghan falls deathly ill, she realizes that something isn't right in the village. Meghan must find the person responsible before someone else takes the blame for the death of a local doctor.The more layers Meghan uncovers, the deeper the secret, the darker the lies. She's alienating more people and making enemies. Meghan steps on a lot of toes, and in winter boots, nothing is simple. Meghan knows the Alaska State Troopers made a mistake when they arrest the girlfriend of one of Meghan's officers for murder. Unfortunately, no one cares, and Meghan doesn't have a lot of people she can trust to help her discover the truth. What Meghan fears most is that someone is about to get away with murder. Please Note: Fourth Volume of the Lost in Alaska Mystery Series. Approximately 51,000 words in length. It is a standalone (reading prior or future volumes not required to enjoy the book, no cliffhanger). Themes include: Alaska, Tundra, mystery, thriller, cozy mystery, suspense, female protagonist, private investigator, murder, FBI, Police, village, small town, strong female lead
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Notorious 92

Author : Andrew E. Stoner
ISBN : 9781600080241
Genre : History
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Hoosiers witness their share of human darkness. Stoner delves into this dark side with a look at the most heinous murders that have taken place in each of Indiana's 92 counties.
Category: History

Murder At The Bayswater Bicycle Club

Author : Linda Stratmann
ISBN : 9780750987363
Genre : Fiction
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London 1882: In this her final case, Frances Doughty goes undercover for Her Majesty’s Government to investigate some disturbing information regarding the apparently innocuous Bayswater Bicycle Club. Before long she is plunged into a murky world of deadly secrets, a suspicious disappearance and a brutal murder, and the Lady Detective is forced to do the unthinkable to prevent becoming the next victim. With a new and exciting future lying before her, is there anything the dauntless Miss Doughty cannot do?
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An Appetite For Murder

Author : Linda Stratmann
ISBN : 9780750955096
Genre : Fiction
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The sudden death of overweight 49-year-old Thomas Whibley sparks off an acrimonious furore in Bayswater, and sparks fly between rival diet doctors, vegetarians and the extremist Pure Food Society. Young sleuth Frances Doughty is engaged to discover the author of anonymous libels, when a former colleague of Whibley’s, Hubert Sweetman, who has served fourteen years in prison for a violent robbery he claims he did not commit, asks her to trace his estranged family. Before she can start, however, the police arrive and arrest her client for the murder of his wife. There will be more murders and a vicious attack on Frances before she finally resolves a number of knotty questions. Is Hubert Sweetman really innocent? Where are his missing children? And who wielded the poisoned pen? The fourth book in the popular Frances Doughty Mystery series.
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Tales Of Old Blount County Alabama

Author : Robin Sterling
ISBN : 9781304342768
Genre : Blount County (AL)
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Many of the people and events in Blount County history are well documented. Others, not so much. This book of essays is an attempt to revisit some of the well known events of our county's past, add a little more background, and present our history from a Blount County point of view. In addition to illuminating some familiar topics, this book attempts to bring to light people and events who played significant roles in the development of Blount, but were somehow overlooked or skimmed over by the primary reference books-people and events which were the topic of conversation among our ancestors but over time, have been forgotten. These fun to read tales will promote a greater understanding of the history of Blount County.
Category: Blount County (AL)

A Cold Day For Murder

Author : Leigh Mayberry
ISBN : 1689624523
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When Meghan Sheppard quits the FBI, she takes a job as the chief of police in a small town thirty-three miles above the Arctic Circle. She wants a simpler life, to find a place where she can take a breath, enjoy the serene magnitude of the last frontier, and perhaps see the northern lights. Living in an isolated northern village in rural Alaska is everything Meghan wanted. Being the chief of police means she can use the skills she learned as a special agent for the FBI and not have to worry about tracking serial killers, cybercriminals or terrorists. While being a cop in rural Alaska isn't a vacation, Meghan thinks she has put all her troubles behind her, including her troubled marriage. When a local waitress from the Midnight Sun Cafe is found dead in her apartment, Meghan realizes that while she thought life was going to be a lot easier, suddenly, things got much more complicated. It's one thing to chase a bad guy in the "real world," with everything available with a little extra help. But, when you're in a remote village on the tundra, you can't track bad guys without boots and a warm parka.Please Note: First Volume of the Lost in Alaska Mystery Series. Approximately 51,000 words in length. It is a standalone (reading prior or future volumes not required to enjoy the book, no cliffhanger). Themes include: Alaska, Tundra, mystery, thriller, cozy mystery, suspense, female protagonist, private investigator, murder, FBI, Police, village, small town
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Blood Lust

Author : Sheila Johnson
ISBN : 9780786036226
Genre : True Crime
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His Victims Were Uncounted. . . From the time he was a teenager, Jeremy Bryan Jones had let his violent passions run wild: attacking, raping, and mutilating. Then, in Mobile County, Alabama, Jones's rampage was stopped. But no one knew how many bodies were in his past. His Evil Was Unmeasured. . . Convicted and sentenced to die for the brutal murder of Lisa Nichols, an Alabama mother of two children, Jones shocked authorities with the story of his life--and his claims of snuffing out over a dozen victims in thirteen years. But was he telling the truth, or was he simply taunting his captors? Until The Terrible Truth Emerged. . . Detectives from across the South scrambled to prove Jones's claims. At every turn, the man dubbed "the redneck Ted Bundy" made a mockery of the police, the courts, and the media, and investigations into the horrifying crimes attributed to him still continue. Now, for the first time, the definitive story is told about a psychopath who enjoyed confessing almost as much as he enjoyed killing. . .. With 16 Pages of Revealing Photos!
Category: True Crime

Rural Life And Culture In The Upper Cumberland

Author : Michael Birdwell
ISBN : 9780813171890
Genre : History
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Tennessee History Book Award Finalist The Upper Cumberland region of Kentucky and Tennessee, often regarded as isolated and out of pace with the rest of the country, has a far richer history and culture than has been documented. The contributors to Rural Life and Culture in the Upper Cumberland discuss an extensive array of subjects, including popular music, movies, architecture, folklore, religion, and literature. Seventeen original essays by prominent scholars such as Lynwood Montell, Charles Wolfe, Allison Ensor, and Jeannette Keith uncover fascinating stories and personalities as they explore topics including wartime hero Alvin C. York, Socialist Party Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Kate Brockford Stockton, and even a thriving nudist colony, the Timberline Lodge.
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The Last Murder

Author : George R. Dekle
ISBN : 9780313397431
Genre : True Crime
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Looking at the Ted Bundy case, offers information on how a serial killer case is investigated and how a prosecution team collects and presents evidence at trial.
Category: True Crime

A Quantum Murder

Author : Peter F. Hamilton
ISBN : 9780330466950
Genre : Fiction
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A Quantum Murder is the thrilling second book in Peter F. Hamilton's incredibly successful Greg Mandel series. Dr Edward Kitchener was a brilliant researcher into quantum cosmology . . . but he’s found dead, lungs spread on either side of his open chest. His employers, Event Horizon, now want to know what happened – and fast. Many were anxious to stop Kitchener's work, and could have paid an assassin’s fee. And only a mercenary could’ve breached Launde Abbey’s premier-grade security system. Yet why would a professional waste time ritually slaughtering the target? Greg Mandel, psi-boosted ex-private eye, is enticed out of retirement to track the killer. He launches himself on a convoluted trail which will mean confronting the past. But – according to Kitchener's theories – this past might never have happened. A Quantum Murder is followed by The Nano Flower to complete the Greg Mandel trilogy.
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Murder In A Rear View Mirror

Author : Thomas Perry
ISBN : 1523715588
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Historian Thomas D. "Tom" Perry writes about stories of true crime along the Virginia North Carolina border region that he calls home. From the 1912 Hillsville Shootout to the 2007 Virginia Tech Massacre, Perry writes about these stories that have interested him over a long career of writing about the history of the place he calls home. Subjects covered include the 1929 Lawson family Christmas murders in Stokes County to the shootout on Fayette Street in Martinsville, Virginia, along with the case of the Martinsville Seven. Multiple bombing stories from Mount Airy, North Carolina, before it was Andy Griffith's mythical Mayberry to the title of "Little Chicago." Several murder true stories from Perry's native Patrick County are included.
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Accident Investigation Manual

Author : Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Traffic Institute
ISBN : STANFORD:36105041425674
Genre : Traffic accidents
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