Without a Body: Forensic investigations when there’s not a lot left Old Cases Book 3

Dingbat Publishing - Getting rid of a body is a monumental undertaking, and even without a body, sometimes in the most esoteric and strange forms, forensic evidence always remains, waiting to bring a killer to justice. Without a body presents nine fascinating cases, spanning from the 1890s to the 21st century. Only the absolute erasure of the victim from the face of the earth helps a killer escape justice, and so for as long as there have been killers, they’ve been searching for the perfect method of corpse disposal.

But that’s not easy. How does an investigator capture a killer when the body’s not around for investigating? What clues can be gathered in the body’s absence? And how can a jury convict without that single most important piece of evidence?Here’s how. A must-read for forensic fans!criminals have known for a long time that it’s not enough to move a victim’s body; the evidence is still there and can still be used in court against them.





Jury Doody

Cornerstone Media - A satirical peek at justice in Los Angeles, this short essay is the mandatory minimum you need for a fast fun read. During a domestic violence case, or was she a coked-up loon who made eerie noises? can annoyed, the author and eleven peers must sift conflicting evidence to uncover the truth: did the defendant strike his wife, busy strangers render a just verdict? What happened to the defendant's socks? Did a juror overhear the defendant ordering pizza--and how did that affect the final outcome? Go inside the jury room and witness the chaos as twelve strangers attempt to render justice with one eye on the clock.





Wildfire Kelly Turnbull Book 3

- First came people’s republic, locked and loaded, then Indian CountryNow, Kelly Turnbull returns, in Wildfire. Blue america teeters on the edge of chaos and collapse, but that’s not ex-operator Kelly Turnbull’s problem anymore – until he is called out of retirement for a crucial job in Siberia that turns out to be a deadly trap.

Now turnbull must go deep undercover inside the crumbling People’s Republic’s secret police force to stop a jihadi threat that could kill millions in both red and blue America. Working alongside his sworn enemy, he has to put his trust where he always has – in his instincts and his. 45 automatic as his bloody campaign of revenge takes him from Mexico City to Germany to the bowels of the urban jungle of the abandoned Pentagon where, MAC-10 in hand, Kelly Turnbull faces his deadliest enemy.





Innocents

F.A.C.E. Press - A novel of the Onteora Canon, set in the very near future. For adults only. Wonders such as drugs tailored to attack a specific disease in a specific sufferer, or surgery to eliminate genetically borne handicaps before mitosis can begin. Horrors such as blindness or deafness deliberately inflicted upon unborn babies, or pitiable creatures whose bodies and minds are warped to satisfy the whims of wealthy perverts.

Security specialist larry sokoloff is on vacation far from home, when Fountain, straining to forget a woman he loves but cannot have, a teenaged escapee from a malevolent institution, comes under his protection. What he learns of her nature and origins lays bare the darker face of the Janus of biotechnology, and catapults him and his colleague Trish McAvoy into a mission of vengeance and cleansing.

Innocents - Genetic engineering and zygotic microsurgery have produced both wonders and horrors.





A Rambling Wreck: Book 2 of The Hidden Truth

- The author really knows his science and tech AND can spin a fantastic tale. Bookhorde. Peter's most challenging final exam has only one question:Can a Rambling Wreck stop the Cabal? And a failing grade will be his last. Conservative libertarian fiction alliance 2018 book of the year finalist!"it's sort of like what might happen if one of Heinlein's juvenile heroes say Kip from Have Spacesuit Will Travel was thrust into the modern era and was forced to use SJWs Always Lie as his freshman orientation guide while battling the Black Hats.

Orion's cold fire"this is really such an original series of books that it's hard to describe it properly. There's no partial credit on a question of life and death!Off to Georgia Tech for the education he'll need to defeat the guardians of the hidden truth, Peter discovers the battle for the future is being fought right on campus.

A Rambling Wreck: Book 2 of The Hidden Truth - Like da vinci code meets Harry Potter meets Cryptonomicon by way of Michael Crichton. Now he has to infiltrate a conspiracy, find new allies, and thwart a takeover of the school.





Walden Shock

Hydrogen Rodeo LLC - You will be stimulated and entertained as the singularity arrives in West Texas with guns, cowboys and robots – this story is fun! Using current science and technology as a firm foundation, this fictional chronicle provides the reader with a truly positive and optimistic view of a future utopian society.

Walden shock makes a vibrant and logical argument for the value of freedom, discipline and integrity in our society current or future, and this well-spun story is much more fun than lecture. The “common”, freedom or initiative – and where lives are largely under the rigid, or “typical” opinion of mankind’s future is one of a sterile world devoid of love, scientific control of a global despot.

Walden Shock - In sharp contrast, this enjoyable story envisions a world in which human ingenuity and family cohesion are the cornerstones of society.





Suicidal Samurai Meiji Mysteries Book 1

Rozfire Productions - But when he comes across a dead body, Makoto is unwittingly thrust into a murderous plot involving killers from his painful past. Together, with a boisterous policeman, and a beautiful and mysterious shrine maiden, a thrill-seeking American actress, Makoto will find himself up against a dark conspiracy that could threaten the very survival of the new Japanese government.

. When mori makoto returned to Yokohama after fifteen years of exile, he did not expect to be accused of murder. A samurai-cowboy seeking revenge. A secret society with a propensity for murder. An exciting adventure in Victorian Japan. Suicidal samurai is the first book in an exciting new series, Meiji Mysteries.





Appalling Stories: 13 Tales of Social Injustice

Obsidian Point - Inside, a violent antifa group biting off much more than they can chew, a serial killer with a furious inch, you'll read about a disturbing erotic resort that caters to an exclusive clientele, and a lot more. The authors find message fiction as tedious as you do, and traditional publishing seems intent on shoving favored narratives down readers' throats.

. Are you going to let social Justice Warriors dictate what you can and can't read? Consider this your trigger warning. Featuring an exclusive foreword by R. M. Huffman, author of leviathan and Fallen, books 1 and 2 of The Antediluvian Legacy. This anthology pushes back against PC moralizing, bringing you story above all else.

Appalling Stories: 13 Tales of Social Injustice - With political correctness gobbling up the culture like a fat kid on his sister's quinceañera cake, using social issues as the setting, old-school entertainment? Appalling Stories focuses on themes and characters you're just not supposed to read about anymore, where do you go for quality, not the plot.





The Caribbean Job: A Case Lee Novel Book 3

- Buy the caribbean job to get swept away in a gripping thrill ride today! An ocean of lies in between. And a man with special skills. If you like fully realized characters, daring espionage, and crackling prose, then you’ll love Vince Milam’s action-packed adventure. Two mysterious murders. A former delta operator with a bounty on his head.

Unleashed into a world of deadly espionage and the ultimate betrayal. With trust in scarce supply, his only chance to expose the brutal conspiracy means taking matters into his own hands. The caribbean job is the third standalone novel in the edge-of-your-seat Case Lee thriller series. Very special skills.





Indian Country

- It’s all-out war for ruthless red state special operator kelly turnbull when he returns in this blockbuster prequel to “People’s Republic, ” Kurt Schlichter’s top selling novel of America after the polarized politics of blue versus red have split our country apart. Indian country” finds turnbull sent back into the blue states to help those trapped inside resist a politically correct police state.

As the progressive government ratchets up the violence, Turnbull must mold regular Americans into a fighting force capable of resisting the People’s Republic Army, led by his former US Army Special Forces mentor. Longer, bigger and bolder than the original, “indian country” is filled with Kurt Schlichter’s trademark snarky humor and even more non-stop action, drawing on his work as a television commentator and Senior Columnist for Townhall.

Indian Country - Com, and his experience as a retired Army infantry colonel. National review’s jim geraghty calls kurt schlichter’s “people’s republic” “a surreal, full of mordant humor and dark, gritty details, imaginative, fast-paced journey through a dramatically different America … Violent, you won’t want to live in this People’s Republic…but you’ll feel a chill as you wonder how different our real future will be.

Author and television host cam edwards says “Kurt Schlichter's ‘People's Republic’ is a roller coaster ride through a post-election Hellscape that will leave you wanting more. Radio host hugh hewitt say “schlichter puts a whole flight of Black Swans in the air --each of them plausible-- and the result is a riveting, page-turner, and a demand from Schlichter for.





The Judiciary's Class War Encounter Broadsides Book 54

Encounter Books - Correspondingly, the supreme court has basically served as an engine for vindicating Front-Row preferences, from allowing birth control and abortion, since the Warren era, to legislative apportionment and libel law, to marginalizing religion in the public space, and beyond. Professor glenn reynolds describes this problem in detail and offers some suggestions for making things better.

. The terms “front-row kids” and “back-row kids, who are staying ahead in today’s economy, and the less educated working class, ” coined by the photographer Chris Arnade, describe the divide between the educated upper middle class, who are doing poorly. The differences in education—and the values associated with elite schooling—have produced a divide in America that is on a par with that of race.

The Judiciary's Class War Encounter Broadsides Book 54 - The judiciary, requiring a postgraduate degree, is the one branch of government that is reserved for the Front-Row Kids.