The true story of father-and-son sex-obsessed killers who betray each other in court—from the New York Times–bestselling author of Monster Slayer. Thomas Soria Sr. began sexually abusing his son, T.J., when the boy was six years old. When T.J. reached dating age, he obeyed his father’s request to bring girlfriends home, and watched as his father molested them. Soria Sr.’s fantasies turned increasingly violent, culminating in an obsession with cutting and torturing young women while sexually assaulting them. On March 19, 2000, in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, T.J., nineteen, lured nine-year-old Krystal Steadman into the family apartment. Forty-year-old Soria Sr. brutally raped the girl, then stabbed her to death. He wasn’t worried—he knew T.J. would get rid of the body for him. The Sorias finally turned against each other during Nevada’s first father-and-son death penalty case. The detailed courtroom evidence and testimony shocked even hardened law enforcement veterans and wrote a new chapter in the deviant psychopathology of lust-murderers. Soria Sr. committed suicide in prison, cheating the executioner and leaving T.J. to spend the rest of his life behind bars without parole. Includes 16 pages of shocking photos!
Published by Kensington Publishing Corp. on 06/01/2008
Book details: 287 pages.
Published by New York : Funk and Wagnalls on 08/18/2019
Book details: 836 pages.
This is a horrifying true account of the destruction caused by one man's demented endeavours and the trials that recount the trail of blood.
Published by Pinnacle Books on 08/18/2019
Book details: 384 pages.
In May 1998, in the small northern California town of Cottonwood, Norman Daniels, 28, opened a wax-sealed envelope given to him by friend Todd Garton, 27, who claimed to be a paid assassin for an elite organization called the Company. Now the Company was recruiting Daniels. His initiation would be to kill the person named inside the envelope: Carole Garton, 28 - Todd Garton's pregnant wife. On May 16, 1998, Daniels shot Carole Garton five times, killing her and her unborn child. But police launched an intense investigation that revealed the sordid story behind the murder. In a dramatic trial, the depths of Garton's depravity and Daniels's desperation would be revealed-and justice would finally be served.
Published by Pinnacle Books on 07/01/2008
Book details: 352 pages.
Semi-retired private investigator, Phillip Stirling, discovers an A4 envelope addressed to a police officer in a taxi. Stirling personally delivers it and thus becomes involuntarily involved with the kidnapping of Felix Mendelsohn: a frail, penny-less, elderly gentleman. Why would anybody want to kidnap such a person? Was this envelope so placed so that he would find it or was this just a co-incidence? Are these the only issues that have to be resolved before he and his much younger land-lady, Jillian West, can resume their normal lives? There are many twists and turns as they endeavour to remain stoic law-abiding citizens with increasing pressure from outside influences making this more and more difficult. As the pieces of this puzzle start to come together, it is apparent that there is a lot more to this mystery than just an A4 envelope. But why?
Published by Australian eBook Publisher on 02/21/2019
Book details: 279 pages.
The director of athletics at Johns Hopkins University traces the history of lacrosse and offers detailed explanations of the sport's techniques and strategies, presenting line drawings and action photographs to illustrate aspects of play.
Published by JHU Press on 08/18/1978
Book details: 219 pages.
Describes how widow Miriam Giles, a seductive beauty and master manipulator with a violent past, murdered her second husband and latest "sugar daddy," Alan Helmick, and then claimed innocence.
Published by Pinnacle Books on 08/18/2019
Book details: 312 pages.
Published on 08/18/2019
Book details: 77 pages.
The New York Times–bestselling account of Jaycee Lee Dugard’s remarkable escape from the sexual predator who kept her captive for eighteen years. In 1991, an eleven-year-old-girl was abducted in broad daylight. Eighteen years later, a policewoman at the University of California, Berkeley, confronted a deranged man accompanied by two young girls. During questioning the next day, the girls’ mother blurted, “I am Jaycee Lee Dugard.” Her companion was identified as Phillip Craig Garrido—a convicted drug user, rapist, and sexual predator. An astonishing story was about to unfold . . . Now, award-winning author Robert Scott brings to light previously unrevealed information about Garrido’s criminal past and manipulation of the legal system. With police and expert testimony, this book shows how Garrido managed to get out of a fifty-year prison sentence—to shatter the innocence of Jaycee Lee Dugard forever. Includes 16 pages of photos!
Published by Kensington Publishing Corp. on 08/30/2011
Book details: 401 pages.
“Think of things that make you smile, laughter for your inner child.” Robert Scott presents an array of poems that stem from his recovery from alcoholism. He gives inspiration and hope to those on a similar path, and to different people, adults and children alike. One Alcoholic reaches out a hand to those who may waver and who are wavering from the right way. Take it. Remember “Indeed the sun does shine sometimes, life’s not always winter.”
Published by Page Publishing Inc on 08/08/2014
Book details: 104 pages.