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Holocaust Memoir: Hank Brodt -A Candle and a Promise by Deborah Donnelly

I received this book yesterday via e-mail from Amsterdam Publishers, and I spent all of last evening reading from beginning to end.

I know I have many friends, social networking friends and followers who are interested in learning more about the Holocaust, but are unsure as to where to start, or are hesitant to read about or see photos of mass execution, slaughter and such horrid mistreatment done to humans by humans. 308 more words

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Shelf Control #3: Presumed Guilty

Hey hey bookworms!
Welcome to another Shelf Control post. This meme is hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies and it get bloggers to look on their shelves and pick out a book that has been there for a while and is still unread. 549 more words


this day in crime history: september 28, 1973

On this date in 1973, a bomb was detonated at the IT&T building in New York.  The device was placed in the company’s Latin American section.  64 more words

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Day 976: The Wicked Boy: The Mystery of a Victorian Child Murderer

During a scorching 1895 July in East London, Robert Coombes murdered his mother while she was sleeping. He and his younger brother Nattie continued to live in the house for ten days with their mother locked in her bedroom, decaying. 286 more words


A Mother's Reckoning by Sue Klebold

Genres: Non-Fiction, Biography, True Crime
Publisher: Crown
Publication Date: February 15th 2016


“To the rest of the world, Dylan was a monster; but I had lost my child.”

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Chapters 4-11 (and a foreword) now added...

It’s been an amazing few days…The blog has been shared an unbelievable 1,010 times so far on Facebook alone, it’s had thousands of views around the world as far away as Saudi Arabia (generated completely by word-of-mouth and people-power) and comments, emails, recollections and information in relation to Inga-Maria’s case have poured in. 57 more words

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