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IF THE DEAD COULD SPEAK

It's spring, 1932 and bootlegger Mick Powers is paid to shadow two females who are new in town. But those women, and Mick, are more trouble than they know.

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Cover design by Zoe Shtorm

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The Police Chief and the Barker Gang

The roll-call of Public Enemies has long been missing one important name. Alvin Karpis, Fred Barker, Doc Barker and John Dilinger are now joined by “Big Tom” Brown.

A gangster who was also chief of police, Brown was a secret partner of some of the most notorious criminals of the 1930s. Brown’s hidden role in the kidnappings, bank robberies and murders of the Public Enemies era is fully explored for the first time.

The story is illustrated with more than 30 photos, many never before published.

Read on: Small town, big crimes.

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... a riveting account of a criminal scene that operated in the Twin Cities and beyond with full knowledge of the police department. Full review at MinnPost

Jack's Boy

It's November, 1963 and a mysterious stranger encourages young Rick Moore to take a job at the Carousel Nightclub, which is run by an obscure gangster named Jack Ruby. Rick's background in military intelligence hardly prepares him for what is about to happen in Dallas.

"Jack's Boy" get it at Amazon for $5.99

A novel
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November,
1963

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