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The Bowery Boys review The Belle of Bedford Avenue

Jun 25th, 2019 | Filed as: News

The Bowery Boys Podcast features a text review of The Belle of Bedford Avenue: The Sensational Brooks-Burns Murder in Turn-of-the-Century New York by Virginia McConnell
“McConnell’s provocative tick-tock of events following the murder illustrates New Yorkers’ cynical thirst for violent delights and a justice system very much influenced and even constrained by morality of the day.”
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Hauptmann’s Ladder author Richard T. Cahill is interviewed for Lindbergh documentary

Jun 24th, 2019 | Filed as: News

Richard T. Cahill Jr., author of Hauptmann’s Ladder is one of the experts interviewed in a new documentary on the Lindbergh kidnapping. Watch it here.
Click here to find out more about Hauptmann’s Ladder: A Step-by-Step Analysis of the Lindbergh Kidnapping.


The New England Quarterly Reviews “The Most Complete Political Machine Ever Known”

Jun 21st, 2019 | Filed as: News

“Paul Taylor’s very welcome new book, THE MOST COMPLETE POLITICAL MACHINE EVER KNOWN: THE NORTH’S UNION LEAGUES IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. . . is by far the most detailed study of how they operated.”
Find out more about the book.


The Civil War Book Review looks at “The Most Complete Political Machine Ever Known”

Jun 21st, 2019 | Filed as: News

The Civil War Books Review looks at Paul Taylor’s “The Most Complete Political Machine Ever Known”: The North’s Union Leagues in the American Civil War.
“Dedicated to the perpetuity of a nation in the midst of its greatest existential crisis, Union League members collectively served as the Union’s greatest private defender. Better and more completely than anyone before, [...]


Author George R. Dekle Sr. discusses Six Capsules: The Gilded Age Murder of Helen Potts on Most Notorious

Jun 18th, 2019 | Filed as: News

“My guest is George R. Dekle Sr., former prosecutor and prolific author. He discusses his book, Six Capsules: The Gilded Age Murder of Helen Potts, and draws comparisons between the Helen Pott’s husband, Carlyle Harris (who would be tried and convicted for her murder in the sensational New York case)  and Ted Bundy, whom Dekle [...]


David Nolin’s Discovery and Renewal on Huffman Prairie takes 1st place in 2019 Indie Book Awards

Jun 5th, 2019 | Filed as: News

We’re pleased to announce that David Nolin’s Discovery and Renewal on Huffman Prairie: Where Aviation Took Wing is a 2019 Indie Award winner in the Regional Non-Fiction category.
“Huffman Prairie has been drained, grazed, farmed, used as a flying field by the Wright brothers, and incorporated into Wright Patterson Air Force Base. David Nolin’s book takes us [...]


Blue-Blooded Cavalryman author J. Gregory Acken interviewed on PCNTV

Jun 4th, 2019 | Filed as: News

Be sure to catch an informative interview with J. Gregory Acken, author of Blue-Blooded Cavalryman: Captain William Brooke Rawle in the Army of the Potomac, May 1863–August 1865 on PA Books, PCN Select.
See the interview (subscription required).
Read more about Blue-Blooded Cavalryman.


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