R. Barri Flowers, award-winning author of Serial Killers & Prostitutes and The Sex Slave Murders, brings together seven of his best published true-crime stories in this captivating second volume of Murder and Menace: Riveting True Crime Tales.
"Mass Murder in the Sky": The bombing of flight 629 tells the unbelievable and horrifying tale for all aboard a United Airlines plane in 1955 when an act of vengeance by a ruthless and unlikely killer is carried out.
"Killers of the Lonely Hearts": The tale of serial killers Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck is the gripping story of sex, jealousy, and preying on lonely women by murderous con artist lovers during the 1940s and the ultimate price they paid.
"Murder of a Star Quarterback": The tragic tale of Steve McNair and Sahel Kazemi tells the riveting story of an NFL sports legend, his young mistress, jealousy, money, and desperation that spins dangerously out of control in Nashville.
"Murder on Cromwell Street": The chilling story of serial killers Fred and Rosemary West chronicles the twisted lives of Britain's most infamous serial killer couple and the horrors they inflicted upon their young female captives, including bondage and murder, over two decades.
"The Gold Special Train Robbery": Deadly crimes of the D'Autremont Brothers tells the harrowing story of a daring and deadly robbery by determined siblings in search of gold on the Southern Pacific Railroad Express Train in 1923.
"The Most Wanted Killers": The serial crimes of Alton Coleman and Debra Denise Brown relives the frightening rape, robbery, and murder spree by a serial killer couple over a two month stretch, while making the FBI's Most Wanted list.
"Murder in Bellevue": The killing of Alan and Diane Johnson tells the horrific tale of an Idaho couple gunned down in their own home in a shocking and unforgettable case of lethal family violence.