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The Victim The Mitchells And O Haras Trilogy Book 3

Author : Kimberley Chambers
ISBN : 9780008228712
Genre : Fiction
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If you live for your family, would you die for your family? The third novel in the compulsive Mitchells and O’Haras trilogy.

The Traitor The Mitchells And O Haras Trilogy Book 2

Author : Kimberley Chambers
ISBN : 9780008228682
Genre : Fiction
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She fell for the enemy. Now she must pay the price. The gripping second novel from the #1 bestselling author in the Mitchells & O’Haras trilogy.

The Feud The Mitchells And O Haras Trilogy Book 1

Author : Kimberley Chambers
ISBN : 9780008228668
Genre : Fiction
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Two rival families. One East End. The explosive first novel in the Mitchells & O’Haras trilogy

Strangler

Author : Corey Mitchell
ISBN : 9780786042630
Genre : True Crime
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To the outside world, Anthony Allen Shore was an average guy: a twice-divorced father who drove a tow truck in suburban Houston. Handsome and charismatic, he generally kept a low profile. But in his mind he was a superstar . . . A musical prodigy who never realized his potential, Shore found a way to outsmart society—by getting away with murder. And he wanted the whole world to know it. After brutally killing a 16-year-old girl, he called the local NBC affiliate and told an editor precisely where to find her body. Eight years passed before DNA evidence caught up with Shore. Subsequent police investigations revealed a violent megalomaniac who had sexually abused his own daughters. He confessed to murdering four females, one only nine years old. And he hinted at many, many more—leading authorities to believe that Anthony Allen Shore could even be the notorious “I-45 Serial Killer,” whose bloody legacy had earned for one Texas highway the grisly moniker “Corridor of Blood.” Bestselling author Corey Mitchell recounts the case from its twisted beginnings to its chilling conclusion . . . “A must-read, cautionary tale of manipulation, control, and murder.” --Diane Fanning “Corey Mitchell empathized with crime victims in a unique and personal way. That empathy is evident in every true crime book he wrote.” —Suzy Spencer “No one faces evil head-on like Corey Mitchell.” —Gregg Olsen Includes 16 Pages of Haunting Photos

Evil Eyes

Author : Corey Mitchell
ISBN : 0786016760
Genre : True Crime
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Recounts the shocking story of Coral Eugene Watts, a sadistic serial killer and the prime suspect in ninety slayings, who almost got away with murder until the efforts of investigators and the mother of one of his victims led to a convinction. Original.

Silent Victim

Author : Caroline Mitchell
ISBN : 1503948986
Genre : Fiction
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"Emma is a loving wife, a devoted mother--and an involuntary killer. For years she's been hiding the dead body of the teacher who seduced her as a teen. It's a secret that might have stayed buried if only her life had been less perfect. A promotion for Emma's husband Alex means they can finally move to a bigger home with their young son. But with a buyer lined up for their old house, Emma can't leave without destroying every last trace of her final revenge"--Dust jacket flap.

Pure Murder

Author : Corey Mitchell
ISBN : 0786018518
Genre : True Crime
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Describes the brutal 1993 torture, rape, and murder of Jennifer Ertman and Elizabeth Pena, two innocent teenagers, whose bodies were discovered in a Houston park, and the gang of six young men who were arrested, tried, and convicted of the crime. Original.

Living With Lynching

Author : Koritha Mitchell
ISBN : 9780252093524
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Living with Lynching: African American Lynching Plays, Performance, and Citizenship, 1890–1930 demonstrates that popular lynching plays were mechanisms through which African American communities survived actual and photographic mob violence. Often available in periodicals, lynching plays were read aloud or acted out by black church members, schoolchildren, and families. Koritha Mitchell shows that African Americans performed and read the scripts in community settings to certify to each other that lynch victims were not the isolated brutes that dominant discourses made them out to be. Instead, the play scripts often described victims as honorable heads of household being torn from model domestic units by white violence. In closely analyzing the political and spiritual uses of black theatre during the Progressive Era, Mitchell demonstrates that audiences were shown affective ties in black families, a subject often erased in mainstream images of African Americans. Examining lynching plays as archival texts that embody and reflect broad networks of sociocultural activism and exchange in the lives of black Americans, Mitchell finds that audiences were rehearsing and improvising new ways of enduring in the face of widespread racial terrorism. Images of the black soldier, lawyer, mother, and wife helped readers assure each other that they were upstanding individuals who deserved the right to participate in national culture and politics. These powerful community coping efforts helped African Americans band together and withstand the nation's rejection of them as viable citizens.

Billie Jo

Author : Kimberley Chambers
ISBN : 9780008228590
Genre : Fiction
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Her dad’s a villain. She’s his princess. And their world is about to crash.

Forgotten Victims

Author : Mitchel G Bard
ISBN : 0813330645
Genre : History
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One common explanation for the world's failure to prevent the Holocaust is that the information about the Nazi extermination program seemed too incredible to believe. Fifty years later, Americans may now also find it difficult to believe that their fellow citizens were among the twelve million people murdered by the Nazis, abandoned to this fate by their own government.The outbreak of war in Europe put tens of thousands of American civilians, especially Jews, in deadly peril, but the State Department failed to help them. As a consequence of this callous policy many suffered—and some died. Later, when the United States joined the war against Hitler, many brave young Americans were captured and imprisoned. Jewish soldiers were at a special risk—they were sent into battle with a telltale “H” (for “Hebrew'') on their dog tags, which helped the Nazis single them out for mistreatment. One group of Jewish GIs was sent to the brutal Berga labor camp, which had the highest fatality rate of any POW facility. Other POWs were sent to concentration camps, where they became victims of the machinery of the “Final Solution.”Why is it that none of the hundreds of books about the Holocaust has examined the fate of Americans who fell into Nazi hands? Perhaps it is because the number of American victims was relatively small compared to the total that perished. Perhaps it is due to the perception of the Holocaust as a purely European phenomenon; most people assumed that Americans could not have become victims. But, according to Mitchell Bard, the main reason this story has gone untold for a half century is that much of the evidence has been concealed by our own government.The U.S. government had good reasons to cover up this story. The revelation that Americans were mistreated and that their government knew and failed to do anything about it would certainly raise uncomfortable questions about this country's failure to offer safe haven to the Nazis' main target: European Jews. Forgotten Victims provides documentary evidence proving that American officials knew that U.S. civilians and soldiers were in danger, that they were being mistreated (including being placed in concentration camps), and that they were even being murdered by the Nazis. The story of how European Jewry was forsaken by the Western Allies is by now familiar, but this book exposes for the first time the abandonment of American Jews.

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