#BookRecommendation The Encyclopaedia of Mass Murder

School shootings, mob hits, the prohibition era, terrorist plots and the dark ages of the likes of Hitler and Stalin. Murder in of itself horrifies us at the audacity and viciousness of the attacks. Mass murder shocks the nation, as in many cases the killings are not targeted at just one individual, it is atContinue reading “#BookRecommendation The Encyclopaedia of Mass Murder”

#BookReview The Milan Contract by Stephen Franks

International espionage, the criminal underworld, and political corruption send Lieutenant Raphael Conza on a complex trail that leads to 1980s, Germany. A few seconds later, it was all over. Milan Contract In the brief instant it took the .22 bullet to effortlessly drill a neat hole in Lukas Stolz’s forehead, he relived the summer stormsContinue reading “#BookReview The Milan Contract by Stephen Franks”

#BookRecommendation for ‘Motive to Murder’ by Martin Edwards.

To create a realistic crime drama or thriller, there are a few aspects to take into consideration to create a plot that your reader will think is plausible. ‘Motive to Murder’ delves into the nitty gritty of how police take a homicide from case to court. Martin Edwards provides an authoritative guide to how murdersContinue reading “#BookRecommendation for ‘Motive to Murder’ by Martin Edwards.”

Movie Review – ‘Night Crawler’.

Unsettling, disturbing, hypnotic. Louis Bloom played by Jake Gyllenhaal could be considered both the antagonist and protagonist in this story, blurring the lines between observing the events, and actively influencing the outcome. This neo-noir psychological thriller takes on the darker side of what some journalists may do to get the story of their lifetime.  YouContinue reading “Movie Review – ‘Night Crawler’.”