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On January 11, 1995, deputies outside Austin, Texas, found a mutilated body laid across a cold campfire - head destroyed, hands cut off, skin singed by fire.
In less than three days, they had the kill zone: a small apartment, where shy Christopher Hatton was shot at point blank range in his bed. Stephanie Lynn Martin, despite her devout Southern Baptist upbringing, was reborn as a sultry stripper and calendar girl.
William M. Busenburg was a good-looking wannabe living his own lies. They came together in an explosion of violence and sex. Then they decided there was only one thing missing from their romance: murder. But within days, they were under arrest and savvy prosecutors learned the ugly truth behind the senseless slaughter of Busenburg's friend.
Twisted fantasies of murder fueled the couple's lust and led to the unspeakable crime.They both tried to cover up their heinous deed...until they finally ran out of lies.
Suzy Spencer is a New York Times Bestselling author, and our official "Sexpert" on True Crimes Uncensored. She also wrote the killer best sellers,
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Michael Berish worked as a patrolman, a detective, and as a supervisor on the City of Miami Police Department for twenty-two years; thirteen of which were spent as an undercover detective in the REAL Miami Vice. He worked everything from Narcotics & Vice, Prostitution, Gambling and Pornography, to Dignitary Protection of President Jose Napoleon Duarte (of El Salvador) and Pope John Paul II.
Mike became an expert in the field of prosecuting Obscenity, made over 1,000 cases—mostly against organized crime syndicates—and never lost one case. He testified in front of the Meese Commission on Obscenity during the Reagan Administration and was subpoenaed by the F.B.I. to testify for them, as an expert witness, in New Orleans reference an interstate transportation case.
His first novel, “Reflections from the Pit,” won the Best Novel Award from the Public Safety Writers Association.
"This book reflects the very 'soul' of honesty as well as the constant corruption involved in working as a beat officer." --Bill Kelly Special Agent in charge of Obscenity Investigations for the Southeast United States (Retired) FBI, Miami, FL.
Mike is also featured in an anthology entitled, “ BAD COP, NO DONUT.”
"Bad Cop, No Donut includes some of the most riveting stories I have read to date. It's a top-notch crime fiction anthology." -Donald Bain, author of the "Murder, She Wrote" series.
This is an anthology by fifteen cops and writers (I happen to be fortunate enough to have been selected as one of those fifteen cop/writers) from Miami to Maine and New York City to Los Angeles with stops in New Orleans, Montana and Maryland.
It’s an anthology with stories about the dark side of police work: cops who partake in police brutality, murder, bribery, pay-off’s, bank robberies, pyromania, and laundering money.
In this book you will find: Good cops gone bad, bad cops gone worse, police in the city, sheriffs on the hunt, cops on the beach, cops on the take, fights to the death, ninjas and nunchuckas, hookers and dealers, good guys and bad guys, and the Devil’s own cop.