By Chris Bunton “There seems little room for doubt that the desperado, who was recently killed at Pinckneyville, the particulars of which, our local correspondent of that town, has heretofore furnished our readers, was the real “Sam Hildebrand” of Missouri notoriety”—Du Quoin Tribune, April 11, 1872 Sam Hildebrand was born on January 6, 1836 atContinue reading “Historical True Crime: Sam Hildebrand”
By Chris Bunton The Yard: Crime Blog loves to support writers. Here we have an interview with Russell Guenther. He has blessed us several times with his work, and we are glad to have gotten an interview with him. 1. What led you to start writing? “I’ve always loved to read, and been tinkering aroundContinue reading “Writer Interview: Russell Guenther”
John has submitted a couple of stories to The Yard: Crime Blog, and we have enjoyed reading his work. We contacted him, and asked if we could do an interview, and he was glad to answer our questions. What led you to start writing? “Blessed (or afflicted) with synesthesia, boundless imagination and desire to makeContinue reading “Writer Interview: John Haymaker”
Have you seen the Netflix Documentary series entitled “The Keepers“? Then, you know who Gemma Hoskins is. Well, she has written a book entitled “Keeping On“. Mascot Books had this to say: “The Keepers investigates the unsolved murder of Cathy Cesnik, a nun and teacher at Archbishop Keough High School. Sister Cathy was Gemma’s belovedContinue reading “Book Release: Gemma Hoskins”
By Chris Bunton Pablo Agrio has published a few times with The Yard: Crime Blog. We wanted to catch up with him and talk about the events in his life that has shaped who he is and what he writes. Where were you stationed in the Marines or toured? What year did you go in?Continue reading “Writer Interview: Pablo Agrio”
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