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    • Dutch Schultz: The Brazen Beer Baron of New York

    • By: Nate Hendley
    • Narrated by: John Campagna
    • Length: 3 hrs and 18 mins
    • Unabridged
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    One of crime's most colourful and idiosyncratic leaders is examined in crime writer Nate Hendley's fast-paced book. A treat for fans of true-crime and bizarre mob stories. Nate Hendley brings to the lexicon of gangster profiles a meticulously researched, very human examination of this legendary figure.

    Regular price: $14.95

    • Al Capone: Chicago's King of Crime

    • By: Nate Hendley
    • Narrated by: John Campagna
    • Length: 4 hrs and 24 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Crime writer Nate Hendley examines the life and crimes of Al Capone, the world's most famous gangster, during his brief reign over corrupt Prohibition-era Chicago. 

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    • A very interesting book

    • By Amy Wollenhaupt on 09-30-18

    Regular price: $14.95

    • Steven Truscott: Decades of Injustice

    • By: Nate Hendley
    • Narrated by: Douglas James
    • Length: 2 hrs and 47 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Imagine being a 14-year-old boy who takes a classmate on a bike ride one spring evening. In the days to follow, the classmate is found dead, and you stand accused of rape and murder. There's no direct physical evidence tying you to the crime, but that doesn't matter. In a lightning-fast trial, you are convicted and sentenced to death. As far as the press and public are concerned, you are guilty and deserve to die. Such was the fate of Steven Truscott, living with his family on an army base in small-town Ontario in 1959. 

    Regular price: $6.95