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Jack The Ripper – The Hull Connection – Mike Covell

Much has been written about the mysterious events in Whitechapel, London in 1888. What is known is that several prostitutes were murdered over the space of 12 months, but five were special for a reason: they were all mutilated after death, some more so than others. But who were actually the victims of Jack the Ripper, and more mysteriously, who was Jack the Ripper? Many theories have been presented over the years; some that will make you sit up and take notice, and others that ...    Read More >

Circus of Horrors – Carole Gill

What exactly is wrong with this circus? There are demonic, flesh-eating clowns, murderous midgets, a fat lady with some peculiar tastes and an old man with one hell of a secret. Old Pa keeps a trunk with some very special souvenirs. When a stranger joins up who has second sight, among other talents, the old man’s son gets nervous. There are a lot of very strange beings, not to mention a succubus or two and some beings from hell. Welcome to a wild ride to ...    Read More >



Isaac’s Storm – Erik Larson

At the dawn of the twentieth century, a great confidence suffused America. Isaac Cline was one of the era’s new men, a scientist who believed he knew all there was to know about the motion of clouds and the behavior of storms. The idea that a hurricane could damage the city of Galveston, Texas, where he was based, was to him preposterous, “an absurd delusion.” It was 1900, a year when America felt bigger and stronger than ever before. Nothing in nature could hobble the ...    Read More >

Fifty-one percent – Tony Garrod

A fascinating look at mediumship, psychics, a spiritualist college, a spiritualist circle, scientific theories and the paranormal. Throughout my life I’ve had many psychic, paranormal and spiritual encounters. When thinking about the spiritual world, some people like to think of spirits and some prefer to call spirits ghosts. If you prefer to call them ghosts, then ghost hunters can only dream of experiences such as mine and I am now ready to openly share some of these with my readers! I have seen and spoken ...    Read More >

The Career-Minded Student – Neil O’Donnell

The Career-Minded Student provides undergraduates with a complete toolkit for excelling in classes, researching their strengths/interests, finding a suitable major and preparing to compete for jobs right after graduating from college. Unlike many similar books which are quite long-winded or focus specifically on either study skills or career guidance, The Career-Minded Student is a straightforward, memorable and comprehensive guide on how to put yourself ahead of the competition. The book will guide you through every college year and give you the tools to successfully compete ...    Read More >

Sheba – Brian L. Porter

Sheba is the sequel to Brian L Porter’s award-winning bestseller, Sasha, and tells the story of rescue dog Sheba, Sasha’s best friend, starved, beaten and used as bait for the training of fighting dogs and then thrown on a rubbish tip and left to die, a barely living skeleton. The author and his wife adopted this unfortunate waif and so began a long period of recuperation and training, as they gradually helped Sheba back to full health and helped her to learn to live sociably ...    Read More >



Voices from Chernobyl – Svetlana Alexievich

Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature and Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award. A journalist by trade, who now suffers from an immune deficiency developed while researching this book, presents personal accounts of what happened to the people of Belarus after the nuclear reactor accident in 1986, and the fear, anger, and uncertainty that they still live with. The Nobel Prize in Literature 2015 was awarded to Svetlana Alexievich “for her polyphonic writings, a monument to suffering and courage in our time.”    Read More >



Killers of the Flower Moon – David Grann

“Disturbing and riveting…Grann has proved himself a master of spinning delicious, many-layered mysteries that also happen to be true…It will sear your soul.” —Dave Eggers, New York Times Book Review From New Yorker staff writer David Grann, #1 New York Times best-selling author of The Lost City of Z, a twisting, haunting true-life murder mystery about one of the most monstrous crimes in American history In the 1920s, the richest people per capita in the world were members of the Osage Indian nation in Oklahoma. After oil was discovered beneath their land, they ...    Read More >