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Nobody’s Hero: The Shocking Story of Chris Watts, the Sociopathic Monster Who Killed His Family 

Nobody's Hero: The Shocking Story of Chris Watts, The Sociopathic Monster Who Killed His Family by JD Crighton
Nobody’s Hero: The Shocking Story of Chris Watts, The Sociopathic Monster Who Killed His Family by JD Crighton

Who was Colorado father, Chris Watts, and why did he murder his lovely wife Shanann and his sweet little girls, Celeste and Bella and their unborn son? What would make a man cold-heartedly snuff the life out of his beautiful family? Stay tuned for Nobody’s Hero coming soon!

Meanwhile, watch this chilling video of the exchange between a Colorado police officer and K9 handler while searching the Watts house case HERE

Additional videos from the Watts case:

Chris Watts: August 13, 2018 Police Body Cams Video playlist

Chris Watts: August 14, 2018 Police Body Cams Video playlist

Chris Watts: Nate Trinastich Home Security Videos playlist

Chris Watts: 2019 Weld CO DA Released Videos, Sound Clips playlist

Chris Watts: Prison Confession on February 18, 2019 playlist

 


Bestselling Detective in the White City  Available Now!    

Detective in the White City by JD Crighton

“A history lover’s dream!”
Meticulously sourced true story of a famous detective who outsmarted H. H. Holmes and killers like him!

“Fascinating history of a 19th century detective!” 

The remarkable story of the uncompromising and relentless detective who found three children murdered by the ‘Devil in the White City’, H. H. Holmes, one of America’s first serial killers

This extraordinary historical biography of Geyer’s 27 year law enforcement career features 120 year old murder cases that made national headlines and history of one of America’s largest police departments.

With ninety-five (95) rare, historical photos and illustrations!

Featuring killer H. H. Holmes and the cross-country, international investigation that led to the discovery of his shocking crimes, the grisly Hannah Mary Tabbs torso case, Modern Borgia poisoner Sarah Jane Whiteling who was the first woman hung in Philadelphia, and several more disturbing cases investigated by Geyer.

Detective in the White City reveals the truth about a hideous and hurtful lie documented in popular nonfiction books stating that Geyer’s wife and daughter died in a fire shortly before he investigated H. H. Holmes. 

Praise for Detective in the White City:

“JD Crighton’s ‘Detective in the White City’ is a well researched, well written story of Frank Geyer’s life. Crighton’s narrative stays true to the time period, leaving the reader submerged in the late 1800’s, from start to finish. The large amount of photographs, articles, and references will make any history buff giddy, something I have not seen before. ‘Detective in the White City’ earns its 5 star rating, actually 5+ stars from me.” -Michelle Kelly

“Fantastic! Wonderful book……couldn’t put it down when I started reading it. If you like detective novels or murder mysteries…..you will love this real life account and pictures of his cases.” -JB

“After reading in the Devil in the White City that Detective Geyer’s family was killed in a fire, I was glad to learn that never happened. This book puts that terrible rumor to rest. From beginning to end, Crighton takes the reader back in time. I really liked learning about 19th century policing, Geyer’s cases, especially the one’s that made headlines at that time.” -Marie

“From beginning to end, Crighton takes the reader back in time” -BN

“Noteworthy history of one of America’s oldest police departments” -DT

“That lying scoundrel Holmes was no match for Detective Geyer, who saw right through him” -GW

“19th century masterpiece” -DK

“History lovers dream” -LR

“Compelling read…history at its best” -PK

 

Read about why JD wrote Detective in the White City here.

Available in eBook, Paperback, Large Print Paperback, and Hardcover

 

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Holmes’ Own Story. A fascinating look into the mind of one of America’s first serial killers

Historically accurate. Well written and will be of particular interests to Criminologists in an understanding of the criminal mind, specifically that of a serial killer through their own words.” Five stars, -BN

“Great book, thoroughly cited. Good historical reference for 19th century serial killer.” Five stars, -KB

Excerpt from Part Three of Holmes’ Own Story: Confessed 27 Murders – Lied Then Died:

Judgment Day – Thursday, May 7, 1896

Holmes slept like a baby his last night on earth. After a second attempt to wake him, Holmes got up and dressed. Keeper John Henry asked Holmes how he felt.

“Are you nervous?” said Keeper Henry.

“Not a bit,” said Holmes. He smiled and slid his arms between the prison bars and stretched out his fingers.

“Look at that,” said Holmes. His hands were steady as a rock.

 

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BAM! Books-a-Million (hardcopy, paperback, and large print paperback)

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