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Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the Southcoast

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Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the Southcoast, Vol. 2 by John B. Cummings, Jr. Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the Southcoast, Vol. 1 by John B. Cummings, Jr.
Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the Southcoast, vol. 2 by John B. Cummings, Jr.

Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the Southcoast, Vol. 2
by author John Cummings, Jr.

with Stefani Koorey, PhD

Author John B. Cummings, Jr. at the computer

New Book!

"Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the Southcoast", volume two 1970 -1999.
By John B. "Red" Cummings with Stefani Koorey, PhD

In early February noted local, award-winning author and historian, John B. “Red” Cummings, Jr. will release his companion mystery book to Murder, Manslaughter and Mayhem. The subjects of Volume 2 1970-1999 will include the roadside murders of the 1980s and cult murders from 1970s as well as over 100 regional deaths many of which remain mysteries. Stefani Koorey, PHD assisted in the writing of both books.

 

The book will be available at $18.95 includes tax. Shipping is $4. Order Online
The price for a combo of ( volume 1 and volume 2) both books is $34.95 which includes tax and s/h $4.00 for a total cost of $38.95


 

Author John B. Cummings, Jr. at book signing

Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the Southcoast, Vol. 1
by author John Cummings, Jr.

with Stefani Koorey, PhD

"Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the Southcoast", volume one 1800 -1969. By John B. "Red" Cummings with Stefani Koorey, PhD

The murderers in these pages used guns, knives, axes, fists, fire, rope, and other tools—including their hands—to commit their dastardly deeds. Mothers killed their children, husbands and wives killed each other, and children murdered their parents. Police officers were killed in cold blood while doing their jobs. Deaths occurred in physicians’ offices during abortions, and some victims were cut into pieces.

Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the Southcoast, vol. 1 by John B. Cummings, Jr.

Murders were committed in the suburbs and the city. Many of the accused were proclaimed insane—others committed suicide after the killing. Either the slayer went to jail, an insane asylum, or did themselves in by their own hand— Murder does not discriminate. Victims and killers come from all races, nationalities, genders, and age groups. Many used drugs or sold drugs. Crimes of passion seemed to outweigh robberies but there were still many of those. Some killers were just “bad” people who did not regret their actions and had no qualms about how they slayed their victims. There were cult murders and unsolved roadside killings of young women believed to be prostitutes. Some of our murderers were released to kill additional innocent victims. Such is Murder, Manslaughter, and Mayhem on the SouthCoast.

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