Monthly Archives: September 2021

Famous Assassinations of History

Famous Assassinations of History by Francis Johnson

Famous Assassinations of History by Francis Johnson

It has been the object of the writer to make each of these “famous assassinations” the central scene of a picture in which the political, religious, or national features of the epoch in which the assassination occurred are portrayed with historical fidelity and strict impartiality…. Only those assassinations have been included which either had an important and political bearing on the world, or on the nation immediately affected, or which left a profound, and, it would seem, indelible impression on the imagination of contemporaries and posterity.

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The Observer

The Observer by Bill Russo

The Observer by Bill Russo

There is a dark chamber in the mind of every person where their deepest secrets are hidden away from friends, neighbors, and even themselves.For some individuals the door to this secluded room is slammed shut and locked tight by the conscious mind – never to be revisited.For others the gateway never fully closes and the horrors revisit them with increasing frequency until they take a rope, a knife, a gun, or perhaps too many pills in a fatal attempt to seal the portal.The Observer tells of a person of the first category – a man who buried his transgressions so deeply that he had no idea that he was a monster.

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Dead Men’s Shoes

Dead Men's Shoes by M. E. Braddon

Dead Men's Shoes by M. E. Braddon

Sybil, a gentlewoman who has to work for a living, finally finds employment as her rich uncle’s house keeper. Nothing could be better: she would finally have an easy job in which she is treated well, and inherit her uncle’s money after his death. But then she falls in love with the wrong man. When her uncle is poisoned, suspicion falls upon her. How would she be able to clear her name? What really happened to her uncle? This is a first rate murder mystery, for fans of Wilkie Collins. Yet it is also a story about love: family love, romantic love, and the love we bear for our community

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The Chicago Race Riots

The Chicago Race Riots by Carl Sandburg

The Chicago Race Riots by Carl Sandburg

Carl Sandburg’s succinct reporting on and reflections upon the race riots that broke out In Chicago in July 1919.

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