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Evil Guardian by Scott Bonn



The Staircase: The Murder of Kathleen Peterson

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Bestselling Author - Criminal Justice Historian - Professor - Filmmaker

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Peter Vronsky, Ph.D. is a criminal justice historian, filmmaker and the author of two bestselling histories of serial homicide, Serial Killers: The Method and Madness of Monsters and Female Serial Killers: How and Why Women Become Monsters.

“Serial Killer Zombie Apocalypse” is a preview from his forthcoming book for Berkley Books at Penguin Random House, on the history of serial killing since 2001, Serial Killer Chronicles: A New History of Serial Murder Today. Peter Vronsky teaches in the history department of Ryerson University in Toronto where he lectures on the history of terrorism and espionage in international relations.

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Serial Killers True Crime Anthology 2014 - release date December 15, 2013

Serial Killers True Crime Anthology 2015 - release date December 15, 2014

Serial Killer Chronicles: A New History of Serial Murder Today - release date late 2016

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In this unique book, Peter Vronsky documents the psychological, investigative, and cultural aspects of serial murder, beginning with its first recorded instance in Ancient Rome, through fifteenth-century France, up to such notorious contemporary cases as cannibal/necrophile Ed Kemper, Henry Lee Lucas, Ted Bundy, and the emergence of what he classifies as "the serial rampage killer" such as Andrew Cunanan.

Exhaustively researched with transcripts of interviews with killers, and featuring up-to-date information on the apprehension and conviction of the Green River Killer and the Beltway Snipers, Vronsky's one-of-a-kind books covers every conceivable aspect of an endlessly riveting true-crime phenomenon.

$17.00 eBook - $14.99 Paperback -- 432 Pages

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The first book of its kind-photographs included. Mothers, daughters, sisters and grandmothers-fiendish killers all.

Society is conditioned to think of murderers and predators as men, but in this fascinating book, Peter Vronsky exposes and investigates the phenomenon of women who kill-and the political, economic, social, and sexual implications.

From history's earliest recorded cases of homicidal females to Irma Grese, the Nazi Beast of Belsen, from Britain's notorious child-slayer Myra Hindley to 'Honeymoon Killer' Martha Beck, from the sensational murder-spree of Aileen Wournos, to cult killers, homicidal missionaries, and the sexy femme fatale, Vronsky challenges the ordinary standards of good and evil and defies the accepted perceptions of gender role and identity.

$17.99 eBook - $12.15 Paperback - 508 Pages

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In this groundbreaking narrative, historian, investigative journalist and filmmaker Peter Vronsky uncovers the hidden history of the Battle of Ridgeway and explores its significance to Canada’s nation-building myths and traditions.

On June 1, 1866, more than 1,000 Fenian insurgents invaded Canada across the Niagara River from Buffalo, N.Y. The Fenians were mostly battle-hardened Civil War veterans; the Canadian troops sent to fight them came from a generation that had not seen combat at home for more than 30 years. Led by inexperienced upper-class officers, the volunteer soldiers were mostly young, some as young as 15 years old. They were farm boys, shopkeepers, apprentices, schoolteachers, store clerks and two rifle companies of University of Toronto students hastily called out from their final exams. Many had not fired live rounds from their rifles even once. When they fought the Fenians near the village of Ridgeway the next day, a single rifle company of 28 students took the brunt of a counter-attack by 800 insurgents and suffered the most killed and wounded. The events of June 2, 1866, were covered up by the Macdonald government. The story was falsified so thoroughly that most Canadians today have not heard of the first modern battle in which Canadians died.  

$18.99 eBook - $22.50 Hardcover - 368 Pages




PETER VRONKSY, Ph.D - Professor - Historian - True Crime Writer