“The FBI Accomplice of 9/11” by Patrick Pasin

“The FBI Accomplice of 9/11” by Patrick Pasin not only explores the various functions and inner workings of the Agency but asks some very serious questions as to what really happened on 9/11. Specifically, did the FBI know in advance of all the details leading up to 9/11 before it occurred? Did they know the actual perpetrators involved beforehand?

“Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive,” by Dan “Tito” Davis and Peter Conti

GRINGO: MY LIFE ON THE EDGE AS AN INTERNATIONAL FUGITIVEDan "Tito" Davis and Peter ContiFull Court Press (2016)ISBN 9781938812842Reviewed by Robert Leon Davis for Reader Views (8/19) “Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive,” written by authors Dan "Tito" Davis and Peter Conti, is the true-life story of Dan "Tito" Davis, who... Continue Reading →

“The Testimony of a Villain” by Aaron G. Harrell

“The Testimony of a Villain” by Aaron G. Harrell gives readers an incredible view of life and survival on the streets of inner cities. For many individuals life on the streets become a way to have some control over their life, power and a quick way to make money.

“Murder In The Delta” by Michael Joseph Miller

MURDER IN THE DELTA: THE EMMETT TILL STORY Michael Joseph MillerMJM Publishing, LLC (2016)ISBN 9780578172880Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (6/19) “Murder In The Delta” by Michael Joseph Miller is the one of the most well researched, well-written accounts I have read of the torture and murder of a young black man Emmett Till.... Continue Reading →

“Recounting The Anthrax Attacks” by R. Scott Decker

RECOUNTING THE ANTHRAX ATTACKS R. Scott Decker Rowman and Littlefield Publishers (2018) ISBN 9781538101490 Reviewed by Robert Leon Davis for Reader Views (12/18) Soon after that fateful and sad day of September 11, 2001, now known as 9/11, the terror on the people of the United States didn’t cease, as a hidden terror began. Weeks... Continue Reading →

“The Third Degree” by Scott D. Seligman

THE THIRD DEGREE Scott D. Seligman Potomac Books (2018) ISBN 9781612349947 Reviewed by Sheri Hoyte for Reader Views (12/18) “The Third Degree” by Scott D. Seligman is the true story of Ziang Sung Wan and the abuse he suffered at the hands of the Washington police and a seven-year journey through the legal system.  The... Continue Reading →

“What Happened in Craig” by Leland E. Hale

WHAT HAPPENED IN CRAIG Leland E. Hale Epicenter Press (2018) ISBN 9781941890226 Reviewed by Robert Leon Davis For Readers Views (10/18) I selected this book, "What Happened in Craig" by Leland E. Hale, mainly for three reasons. The first, it is a true event and I've never read about it anywhere.  Never saw it featured... Continue Reading →

“Hunting Charles Manson” by Lis Wiehl with Caitlin Rother

HUNTING CHARLES MANSON Lis Wiehl with Caitlin Rother Nelson Books (2018) ISBN 9780718092085 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (7/18) “Hunting Charles Manson” by Lis Wiehl provides an extraordinary look inside the psyche of Charles Manson and his Family. It never ceases to amaze me the total fascination with this cult-like family’s gruesome murders of Sharon Tate, and... Continue Reading →

“Hall of Mirrors” by C. Arthur Ellis, Jr.

HALL OF MIRRORS C. Arthur Ellis, Jr., PhD Gadfly Publishing LLC (2015) ISBN 9780982094082 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (8/17) Prior to reading “Hall of Mirrors” by C. Arthur Ellis, Jr., I was unfamiliar with the Ruby McCollum case.  The author’s presentation of information about this case intrigued me enough to seek more information about... Continue Reading →

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