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'Murder in Wauwatosa' featured in new Wauwatosa magazine

I was thrilled with the opportunity to write a column for a new magazine regarding some of the social issues I’ve been able to speak about since the publication of “Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher” three years ago. 156 more words

Buddy Schumacher Book

Schumacher/Hoffman house on the market

The house that Art and Florence Schumacher moved into in 1927, about two years after their son’s death, is on the market for only the second time since Art moved out in 1969 to spend his final years at a nursing home. 170 more words

Buddy Schumacher Book

Paul Hoffman (2010) The Left Hand of God. London: Penguin Books

The first thing that attracted me to this book in our community library was the title and then the cover – I was looking forward to some exciting combination of murder and religion (a bit like Umberto Eco and “The Name Of The Rose”). 397 more words

Book Review

The World Chess Champion Played And Won Three Games While Blindfolded

The reigning World Chess Champion, Magnus Carlsen, played and won three different chess games, and he did it blindfolded.

At the age of 13, Carlsen became a Chess Grandmaster. 178 more words


Stand by me, not alone.

“If you don’t make a stand for something you’ll never make a stand for nothing..”
― Alcurtis Turner


“Face me and learn that I’m not alone, attack and you’ll find that my Leader stands beside me.

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Featured author in Pen It! Magazine

I am honored to have been chosen as the featured author for the March/April 2015 issue of Pen It! Magazine. The magazine is in its sixth year and is produced by Debi Stanton, based in southern Indiana. 115 more words

Buddy Schumacher Book

The Left Hand of God.

The fantasy genre is a crowed market, it is easy enough to throw in a few dwarfs and call it a book. Cliches and stereotypes abound, finding something worthwhile is getting trickier with each passing month. 299 more words