Rosetta Books has posted a blog by author Marilyn J. Bardsley on the challenges of researching and writing her After Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil book.” The book is a Wall St. Journal bestseller.
RosettaBooks Continues Crimescape Series with New Titles
Entire series debuts exclusively to Kindle with release of two most recent stories.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 24, 2013
Marilyn J. Bardsley will be doing a book signing for her best-selling book After Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil on Saturday, September 7, 2013. The event will be held at The Newscenter book store in the Talbottown Shopping Center in Easton, MD between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Provocative Summer Reading
Savannah Morning News Sunday July 14, 2013
by Linda Sickler
“After Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” by Marilyn J. Bardsley
April 25, 2013
Rosetta Books is pleased to announce availability of the paperback edition of the Crimescape bestselling book After Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by Marilyn J. Bardsley. The book was on the Wall Street Journal Best-Selling Books list twice, once as the # 1 Nonfiction E-Book.
There are some shocking parts of the newly published After Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Interviews of Danny Hansford’s girlfriend, details of his incredible juvenile record and stint in the Air Force reserves have never been published before. There are more than 40 photos, including a documented photo of Hansford and critical evidence photos used in the trials in this new edition.
Behind Crime Library, personal pain and true horror November 26, 2012 by Aja Romano of The Daily Dot
“Grandmother Accused of Running Toddler Over With SUV.” “Man Shares Childhood Memory of Seeing Someone Get Shot in the Head.” “Brazil’s Alleged Cannibal Trio Killed Women in Rituals and Sold Pies Made With Their Flesh.”
Uncovering the Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run Society November 27, 2012 by Aja Romano of the Daily Dot
While many people know Crime Library as the Internet’s 15-year-old repository of crime, its founder Marilyn Bardsley has a very different understanding of the stories it houses. Many of them she investigated personally, including the very first story ever published on the website—the 1938 Cleveland Torso Murders, committed by a horrific serial killer who would later be dubbed “the Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run.”
The following post is reprinted from Psychology Today
Joran van der Sloot, scheduled to plead guilty to murder earlier this month, wanted more time to “reflect” on the deal he would make. He seemed to think that the court should accommodate him, and even yawned widely to punctuate his arrogance. Certain offenders display a perplexing resilience. It’s called narcissistic immunity, or “Teflon narcissism.” They think they’re special.
I’ve admired Pete Earley’s writing for years. From this Edgar Award winner and Pulitzer Prize finalist I’ve learned about such things as the history of Las Vegas, the clash of law and mental health, and the inner workings of a high-security penitentiary. His most recent book, The Serial Killer Whisperer, is quite unique, because its central figure is an adolescent boy with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that makes him remarkably resonant with some of the meanest men alive. Thus, this compelling narrative revolves around the most salient issue in criminology today: the criminal brain. Given my own interest in this subject, I jumped at the chance to talk with Earley about his book.