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True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)

by Jack Rosewood

In this true crime anthology you’ll learn about some of the most shocking true crime cases that have happened in the last forty years. You will find yourself thrust into a world that is often depraved but always intriguing and fascinating, leaving you wanting to read more. These twelve cases, which span the globe, are a true testament to the idea that crime comes in all shapes and sizes.

There are a number of themes in this volume, including missing persons, road trips gone wrong, and family annihilations. You will read about a case in New Zealand where two young people celebrating the New Year vanished without a trace never to be seen again, yet a man was still put on trial for their murders. The tragic case of Denise Pikka Thiemâ??a woman who went on a world trip to find spiritual meaning but ended up murderedâ??is also profiled in this book. The unfortunate phenomenon of mass murder, particularly family annihilation, is covered in two uniquely bizarre cases in this book. In one case, a man claimed a voodoo demon drove him to murder his family, while in another a man dressed as Santa Claus attempted to murder an entire family during the holiday season. Along with those cases are several others that highlight the strange and dangerous world of the modern criminal.

After reading all of the murder mysteries in this volume you will be left wanting to read more.
So sit back, relax, and open the pages of this engaging true crime book to learn the secrets of some of the worst criminals to walk the earth over the last forty years!

Murderous Minds Volume 2: Stories of Real Life Murderers that Escaped the Headlines

by Ryan Becker

What makes someone kill not only innocent people but sometimes the very people who loved and trusted them?
What imagined wrongs could drive a deluded individual to seek revenge by taking another person’s life?
What lengths will people go to to get what they want?

Murderous Minds Volume Two: Stories of Real Life Murderers that Escaped the Headlines is the latest offering in a series which takes you inside the life of killers who committed cold-blooded murder, for a glimpse at events which drove them to kill. Each tale is sordid, twisted, and worthy of newspaper headlines.

Among the killers in this book, you will read about:
– Christine Paolilla, a teen who turned a gun on the very friends who had rescued her from being bullied and tormented daily
– Ronald Gene Simmons, who slaughtered 16 family members, including his daughter and the child they conceived together
– Susan Hendricks, who murdered her family, then attempted to frame one of the sons she had brutally shot to death

By weaving a tale in which Dark Fantasies Turned Reality, this book invites you to see life from a perspective few ever witnessâ?? that of the killer. Paired with an in-depth account of each case, it will be a nightmarish journey to the darkest reaches of the minds of these real-life murderers!

Get your copy today and explore the shocking realities that came from their â?? Murderous Minds!

Pride and Prejudice ( A to Z Classics )

by Jane Austen

Pride And Prejudice, the story of Mrs. Bennet’s attempts to marry off her five daughters is one of the best-loved and most enduring classics in English literature. Excitement fizzes through the Bennet household at Longbourn in Hertfordshire when young, eligible Mr. Charles Bingley rents the fine house nearby. He may have sisters, but he also has male friends, and one of theseâ??the haughty, and even wealthier, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcyâ??irks the vivacious Elizabeth Bennet, the second of the Bennet girls. She annoys him. Which is how we know they must one day marry. The romantic clash between the opinionated Elizabeth and Darcy is a splendid rendition of civilized sparring. As the characters dance a delicate quadrille of flirtation and intrigue, Jane Austen’s radiantly caustic wit and keen observation sparkle.

The Holy Trinity: Book 1 (Christian Tenets 2)

by Lamb Books

Today, the feast of My Blood, I shall clarify a mystery for you. Say, « Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit, » for it is about Us that I want to speak.

Look: God is light. This is the only thing that can still represent God without being antithetical to His spiritual Essence. The light exists, and yet it is incorporeal. You see it, but you cannot touch it. It exists. Our Trinity is light. An unbounded light. The Source of Itself, living by Itself, and acting in Itself.

Everything is threefold in Us; Forms, effects, and powers.
God is light. A vast, majestic, and peaceful light is given by the Father. An infinite circle which has embraced all Creation since the moment when « Let there be light » was said until forever and ever for God, who existed and will continue to embrace all that â?? in the final form, the eternal one, after the Judgment â?? will remain in Creation. He will embrace those who are eternal with Him in Heaven.
Within the eternal circle of the Father there is a second circle, begotten by the Father, working differently and yet not working in contrary fashion, for the Essence is one. It is the Son. His light, more vibrant, not only gives life to bodies, but gives Life to souls that had lost it, by means of his Sacrifice.
Within the second circle, produced by the two workings of the first circle, there is a third circle with even more vibrant, inflamed light. It is the Holy Spirit. He is the Love produced by the relations of the Father and the Son, the intermediary between the Two, and a consequence of the Two, the wonder of wonders.

‘Thought created the Word, and Thought and Word love one another. Love is the Paraclete. He acts upon your spirit, your soul, and your flesh. For He consecrates the whole temple of your person, created by the Father and redeemed by the Son, created in the image and likeness of the Triune God. A more concentrated Light, not because it is limited in comparison to the others, but because it is the spirit of the spirit of God, â?¦

Ninjas: History And How To Become One

by Meiso

The ninja аrе withоut dоubt the mоÑ?t miÑ?undеrÑ?tооd аnd miÑ?rеÑ?rеÑ?еntеd figure in militаrÑ? history, their Ñ?tоrÑ? iÑ? filled tо the brim with fаlÑ?еhооdÑ?; lооÑ?е thеоrÑ? and a full dаÑ?h of “fасtÑ?” which are tаkеn fоr granted. Thе hiÑ?tоrÑ? оf thе ninjа аnd thе possibility of thе соnnесtiоn tо Chinа will be explored, with the аim of putting some hiÑ?tоriсаl fасtÑ? in Ñ?lасе tо fоrm a bеttеr Ñ?iсturе оf the соnnесtiоn between thе twо аnd bÑ? thе еnd Ñ?оu will hаvе come to understand whаt a ninjа is аnd mаÑ?bе, just whеrе he соmеÑ? from.

Bеfоrе diving intо the history оf the ninjа it muÑ?t firÑ?t bе еÑ?tаbliÑ?hеd just whаt a ninja or Ñ?hinоbi is, strange аÑ? this mаÑ? seem, mоÑ?t people uÑ?оn thе Ñ?lаnеt trulÑ? misunderstand the rеаlitÑ? оf these men оf JаÑ?аn аnd the thrее mоÑ?t fundаmеntаl miÑ?соnсеÑ?tiоnÑ? in thе study оr understanding оf the ninjа tоdаÑ?.

NinjutÑ?u iÑ? a Ñ?Ñ?есiаliÑ?еd hаnd tо hand соmbаt Ñ?Ñ?Ñ?tеm passed on in secret between thе ninja аnd wаÑ? kеÑ?t Ñ?есrеt frоm thе Ñ?аmurаi. The ninja were a “counter-culture”, born in the mountains to Ñ?еаÑ?аnt families’ whо wеrе fighting against the оÑ?Ñ?rеÑ?Ñ?iоn оf the samurai overlords аnd thuÑ? dеvеlоÑ?еd ninjutÑ?u аnd thаt ninjutÑ?u wаÑ? too underhanded fоr the Ñ?аmurаi tо uÑ?е. Thаt it iÑ? a ассеÑ?tеd fасt thаt thе ninjа wеrе fоundеd by ChinеÑ?е immigrаntÑ? in thе sixth аnd seventh сеnturÑ?, who were fleeing oppression in Chinа.

The ninjа аrе withоut doubt thе most miÑ?undеrÑ?tооd and miÑ?rеÑ?rеÑ?еntеd figure in militаrÑ? hiÑ?tоrÑ?. The аrtÑ? оf thе ninjа (ninjutsu) are Ô?uitе specific in thе hiÑ?tоriсаl rесоrdÑ? and the ninjа hаvе a dеfinitе rоlе tо Ñ?lаÑ? in war. Hоwеvеr thеrе iÑ? no English word tо dеÑ?сribе their jоb.

In understanding what it means to be a Ninja, we must first come to understand just what a “Ninja” is. And once we see that, based on the original Sino-Japanese kanji characters used to write the word, that being a Ninja is being a “person who is capable of enduring whatever the universe can throw at you,” then it only becomes a matter of developing the skills necessary to be able to do just that. Ninjа rеfеrÑ? tо the grоuÑ? of Ñ?rоfеÑ?Ñ?iоnаl Ñ?Ñ?iеÑ? whо flourished in thе Ñ?rе mоdеrn аgе in Japan. Thе arts оf thе ninjа (ninjutÑ?u) аrе Ô?uitе Ñ?Ñ?есifiс in thе hiÑ?tоriсаl rесоrdÑ? аnd thе ninjа have a dеfinitе role to Ñ?lаÑ? in wаr. A ninja is one who is an expert in different kinds of martial arts like the art of ninjutsu.
As mentioned earlier, ninjutsu is the art of teaching combat techniques, tactics, strategies, and martial arts helpful to win a war, Masaaki Hatsumi, the current generation headmaster of the Togakure-ryu of Ninjutsu and eight other traditional schools of Samurai and Ninja martial arts, and outlined in his book, “Ninjutsu: History and Tradition,” he describes the three aspects of the “enduring person,” the true definition of what it means to be a Ninja.

These three aspects are the:
Mi wo shinobu – the body that is developed, maintained, and trained to be able to endure
Kokoro wo shinobu – the mind that is tempered, broadened, and directed for perseverance, and the…
Shiki wo shinobu – vision, awareness, and realization that is focused internally and externally simultaneously for spiritual fortitude and the strength that comes from complete knowledge that is born of wisdom.

Each of these aspects must be trained and developed for the person to be complete and able to handle danger, stress, or challenges that arise, not just from physical combat, but from anything that the world might throw at you.

Ezra Taft Benson (Remembering Seven Prophets Book 4)

by Francis M. Gibbons

President Ezra Taft Benson (1899 to 1994) , the thirteenth President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was called as an Apostle in 1943, and served until 1985, when he became the President of the Church upon the death of President Spencer W. Kimball. From 1953 to 1961 he served as Secretary of Agriculture in the cabinet of U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower. President Benson would often pose this rhetorical question when faced with questions of importance in the administration of the Church: “What’s best for the Kingdom?” This question became a kind of touchstone by which he guided not only the Church but also his daily walk as a man and a disciple of Jesus Christ.
This book is the first part of a seven volume work entitled Remembering Seven Prophets, which are based upon the reminiscences of President Benson’s scribe and secretary, Francis M. Gibbons. Now in his ninety-fourth year, Brother Gibbons worked personally with seven Presidents of the Church and is the most prolific biographer of LDS Church Presidents in the history of the Church.
Included in this book are many unique stories, anecdotes and insights about President Ezra Taft Benson which are available nowhere else.

Tsar Nicholas II: A Life From Beginning to End

by Hourly History

Tsar Nicholas II

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Reigning from 1894 to 1917, Nicholas II was the last emperor of Russia. His rule served as the bookends between what were essentially two Russian empires; the one that his forefathers carved out through imperial ambition and the one dictated by the zealous communists of the Soviet Union bent on socialist expansion. Nicholas was by most accounts a conflicted ruler; a man viewed as kind and generous in his mannerisms yet alleged to be greatly disconnected and apathetic toward the subjects he was supposed to rule over.

Inside you will read about…

â?? Nicholas and the Funeral Bride
â?? The Coronation Tragedy
â?? Bloody Sunday
â?? Nicholas’ Reluctant Reforms
â?? Three Hundred Years of Romanov Rule
â?? The Tsar and World War I
â?? The Last Russian Tsar
And much more!

Find out how this last Russian tsar rose to power and oversaw the end of a 300-year family dynasty as it teetered, tottered, and finally fell over the edge of oblivion. This is the story of Tsar Nicholas II.

Albert Anastasia : The Greatest Mobster

by Amy Delaney

Albert Anastasia was one of the most ferocious Cosa Nostra mobsters in the history of the American Mafia. He created both the American Mafia and Murder, Inc while becoming the overlord of the Gambino crime family.
“Anastasia loved to look his victim’s in the eyes while killing them slowly just to show his ruthlessness. Anastasia would kill anybody, he would kill police, judges, prosecutors, politicians, mayors, governors, even federal agents in a heartbeat, which he did, he did not care who he killed, he just loved to kill. Nobody got on the wrong side of Albert Anastasia and got away with it.”

Under A Tie Dye Sky

by Suzee Carson Branch

In her book, Under A Tie Dye Sky, Suzee takes you along to walk, drive, hitchhike and fly the road of life she found in the 60s. Questing, Suzee chases The Dream that the enchanted ones were committed to finding. Love and truth snatched them out of this world to go wherever they were led. Something wonderful and shiny transfers out of her stories about encounters with the Beatles, college life, childhood friends, experimenting with drugs, her fantasies, and gripping challenges. Suzee takes us back to the days Boomers experienced, but somehow may have missed or forgotten. This isn’t just another memoir about a patchouli-wearing, acid-dropping Flower Child with a berserk past. There are strands of hope and you’ll find yourself wondering how this person ends up writing about God and forgiveness. It’s all here, told in her warm, whacky but insightful writing style.

Finding Peace Isn’t Peaceful: Overcoming the Struggle Within to Heal My Soul

by Ma’Ronda X

Finding Peace Isn’t Peaceful is an accumulation of the author’s experiences with men, sex, death, growing up fatherless, being first-generation everything, and her estranged relationship with her family. Finding Peace Isn’t Peaceful is also the authors’ way of challenging her comfortability, confronting her toxic behavior patterns, and acknowledging her role in her pain. Through the pages, one reads about baggage and unaddressed pain, but also witnesses what the author titles her book and understands how finding peace isn’t always peaceful. In life, there will be an ongoing struggle to achieve ultimate happiness, and that battle can either make or break a person. Ma’ Ronda shares how her journey of understanding her pain and removing toxicity out of her life has allowed her to walk into the next version of herself being whole.

Behind the Eyes of a Rapist

by Sherri Granato

In a tell all interview conducted during the segment, “Criminals Behind Bars,” men serving time for rape tell us what they looked for in their victims.


by Murlidhar Mundhe

Swami Vivekananda was one of the prominent personalities of nineteenth century world . He was one of the greatest man of modern India .During his thirty nine years of physical life he did tremendous work . He awakened and inspired the masses in India and abroad. He introduced the immortal philosophy of Vedanta and science of Yoga to the western world . But more important than what he preached , what work he did is the fact how he lived that glorious and divine life , so that even after more than hundred years , his life and work is relevant today as it was years before and people are curious to know and understand it . Swami Vivekananda was one of those rare persons who are blessed to enjoy life in renunciation and through whom the divinity expresses itself fully . Because of this only , amongst the hard materialists , he could talk about renunciation in glowing terms , though some of them would say that here is a man who has come from a country which has been dead for thousand year and is talking about renunciation . But he held his ground amongst them by the sheer force of his character . No book can encompass Swamiji ‘ s life fully , but here attempt is made to describe his life and work , with emphasis on specific incidents in his life in detail .

Deadly Betrayal: The True Story of Jennifer Pan – Daughter from Hell (Crimes Canada: True Crimes That Shocked The Nation Book 19)

by Alan R. Warren

A family of three tied up, each with a gun to their head, “Where’s the money? Where’s the fucking money?” one of the intruders yelled. A petrified daughter tortured and forced to listen to her parents being shot in cold blood. “I heard shots, like pops,” she told the 911 operator, “somebody’s broke into our home, please, I need help!” Was this a home invasion? Or something else, more sinister, like a deadly betrayal.

The real-life horror story that happened inside the Pan family home shocked their normally peaceful upscale Toronto neighborhood. The Pans were an example of an immigrant family. Hann and his wife, Bich Pan, fled from Vietnam to Canada after the U.S.-Vietnamese war to find a better life. Their daughter, Jennifer, was an Olympic-caliber figure skater, an award-winning pianist, and a straight A student.

The Pans worked their way up in this rags-to-riches story, now living in a beautiful home with luxury cars in the driveway. Was it these expensive items that lured three intruders with guns into their home on the night of November 8, 2010?

Find out what really happened when seasoned true crime reporter and author, Alan R. Warren, takes you through the details as they unfold in this book of a deadly betrayal.

Baby Killer : The True Story of Christina Marie Riggs: A Collection of True Crime Stories

by Diane Ullmer

Christina Marie Riggs was convicted of murdering her two young children in Arkansas in 1997. Three years later, she would become the first woman executed in that state since 1845. Struggling with depression and mental health issues, Riggs succumbed to her own warped world view in a botched murder/suicide of her own children leaving an entire nation asking “why”?

Hope: The Story of the St. Louis Jane Doe

by Bryan W. Alaspa

A True Crime story of 50 pages and 12,000 words

It’s one of the most baffling murder cases in St. Louis history. In February 1983, a headless body was discovered in the basement of an abandoned apartment building. It was one of the most horrific and brutal murders police detectives had ever seen. However, since the victim was a child, the police thought they would have an identity and find the murderer quickly.

They never did.

Author, and true crime fan, Bryan Alaspa, returns to this non-fiction genre for the first time in years to look at this case. In HOPE, he looks at the suspects, the detectives, the murder scene and presents the information available. Perhaps, just perhaps, this is the story which will inspire someone else to finally provide the evidence which will crack the case.

This is the story of a missing girl. A girl who has since been given the name HOPE.

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