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One of our most engaging crime journalists. –Katherine Ramsland In the summer of 2003, the Houston suburb of Clear Lake, Texas, was devastated when four young residents were viciously slain. The two female victims were just eighteen-years-old, popular and…

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"A dark, true account of obsession." --Gregg Olsen "Phelps dares to tread where few others will: into the mind of a killer." -- TV Rage Smart, gorgeous redhead Beth Carpenter was a successful attorney in Connecticut's upscale coastal towns. Her brother-in-law,…

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"Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers." --Allison Brennan "Anything by Phelps is an eye-opening experience." -- Suspense Magazine When Vonlee "Nicole" Titlow and her aunt, Billie Jean Rogers, came home from a night of gambling in a casino near…

Don't Tell A Soul

by M. William Phelps

|This title releases February 28, 2017

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“Phelps is a true-crime veteran.” — New York Post Cherry Walker was a devoted, trusting, uncommonly innocent young woman who loved caring for a neighbor’s little boy. But when she was asked to testify in court against his abusive mother,…

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"Phelps is a true-crime veteran."-- New York Post "Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers." --Allison Brennan When she was 15, Jennifer Mee developed an unrelenting case of the hiccups--hiccupping as many as 50 times a minute for months. Soon the…

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“Phelps dares to tread where few others will: into the mind of a killer.” — TV Rage “Phelps is a true-crime veteran.”— New York Post The missing-persons case of Heather Strong, a young, beautiful suburban mother, baffled…

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In Pennsylvania's Amish country in 2008, the body of Jan Roseboro was found at the bottom of her backyard pool. Her husband Michael showed no emotion at the news of her death. An autopsy determined Jan had been savagely beaten and strangled. Soon Michael's…

Cruel Death

by M. William Phelps

|February 4, 2014

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"Phelps is one of America's finest true-crime writers." --Vincent Bugliosi "Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers." –Allison Brennan It was Memorial Day weekend, the start of the summer season. Thousands headed to Ocean City, Maryland, to enjoy its…

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"A dark, true account of obsession." --Gregg Olsen "Phelps dares to tread where few others will: into the mind of a killer." -- TV Rage Smart, gorgeous redhead Beth Carpenter was a successful attorney in Connecticut's upscale coastal towns. Her brother-in-law,…

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On a day like any other in Akron, Ohio, in a parking lot like so many across America, a black-clad motorcyclist rode up to an occupied vehicle and fired a gun—and didn’t miss. The shock rippling through the community led to former beauty queen Cynthia George, a…

Kill For Me

by M. William Phelps

|September 1, 2010

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His Target Aspiring model Sandee Rozzo's big mistake was being kind to Timothy "Tracey" Humphrey. After Rozzo refused the 'roided-up ex-con's advances, she described how he imprisoned, raped, and brutalized her for two days. When the courageous woman pledged to…

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A silent, simmering killer terrorized New England in 1911. A heat wave unlike any that had come before killed people in the streets, caused others to drown in the waters where they sought relief, and drove still others to suicide. As more than 2,000 people died…