During a career that spanned parts of four decades, Steve Spingola's reputation as a tenacious homicide detective earned him the moniker "the sleuth with the proof." Now, the investigator with a national reputation for excellence takes listeners on de facto ride along to revisit unsolved murders, reminisce about Milwaukee's underworld, and examine the suspicious drowning deaths of young men in the hard-drinking college town of Lacrosse, Wisconsin.
Kennesaw Taylor is a newspaper columnist. This is a collection of his columns and thoughts over the past year. He intersperses humor with his keen insight into daily life. His columns bring back memories of Lewis Grizzard, an Atlanta icon.
Tom gave up on ever falling in love again the day that he buried his high school sweetheart and fiance. He started a career in law enforcement just so that he could find her murderer and rapist. Just when he is about to see justice done, he meets Alli Davis - the defense attorney for the murdering rapist who took his love from him. Alli and Tom share a mutual and passionate attraction, but Alli refuses to make any commitments.
The fictional news stories and “Night Beat” editorial columns in this collection began as posts on the “Morning Satirical News” weblog and subsequently appeared in the Worst of Jock Stewart and/or the “Jock Talks” series of e-books. Jock Talks…Politics was a 2013 Pushcart Prize nominee.
"Smart, Clever and delivered with excellent voice."
I've Fallen, and My Name's Not Chuck! Tales & Poems from the South is a collection of short stories from around the south. Kennesaw is a child abuse survivor and uses humor to brighten the world. He is a child abuse spokesperson and is a voice for those who have none.
I Got the South in My Mouth is a collection of short stories, poems, and articles written by Southern author Kennesaw Taylor. Best-selling author of Informally Educated, Kennesaw is an advocate against child abuse and domestic violence, a position demanded of him by fate, not granted him by education. His humor column is in its third uninterrupted year in the Wilkinson County Post, as well as other Georgia papers, and continues to grow online.
The day that Ben Johnson was hired as a bodyguard for some rich widow and her kid, he never expected to be working for the woman who had abandoned him just when he had needed her the most so many years before. Damn it all, he still wanted her. Samantha Chaunce never thought she would see him again. And she certainly never expected to find out that her rich husband had been murdered and fingers were pointing to her former lover.