TV appearance

Fox's affiliate in Milwaukee, Fox 6, has requested an in-studio interview sometime in September. Details will be made available as to when the interview will take place (looks like Sept. 23-25) and when this thing will hit the air. Also, I have just learned that "Murder in Wauwatosa" is available at the Mayfair Mall information... Continue Reading →

Time set for Wauwatosa Public Library event

My program/book signing event at the Wauwatosa Public Library has been solidified. We'll be having this shindig at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 25. You can visit the library website at: Wauwatosa Public Library. The library is located at  7635 W. North Ave. (corner of North and Wauwatosa avenues). For more info, call (414) 471-8487. For a full... Continue Reading →

Book signings, other appearances

Author events scheduled thus far: Many more events are being discussed and planned. Check back here often for updates 2012 July 11, 4 to 6 p.m.: Book signing, Edinburgh Wright-Hageman Public Library, 119 W. Main Cross St., Edinburgh, IN, (812) 526-5487 Aug. 1 or 2 (date, time TBA): Book signing/extravaganza (details TBA), Milwaukee Artists Resource... Continue Reading →

The first two testimonials

Some nice stuff readers of the book have said:: “1920s suburban Milwaukee was a world of horrifying crimes against children, the shocking mistreatment of the mentally ill, lax police work and sensational journalism. Read ’Murder in Wauwatosa’ and you’ll pause before thinking of this bygone era as the good old days.” Catherine Breitenbucher Freelance writer and author Milwaukee, Wisconsin... Continue Reading →

E-book announcement

The History Press plans to include my title, Murder in Wauwatosa, in its growing series of e-books that it will bring to market in the coming weeks. The electronic edition will be distributed through the most prominent e-book sales channels, and The History Press plans to begin that process immediately. This will take up to... Continue Reading →

Read Chapter 1

The public has spoken. You asked for Chapter 1, you got it. Chapter 1 Mrs. Harwood Knows I know who killed the Schumacher boy. ­Lillian Harwood Lillian Harwood lived with her husband, James, next door to my family for several years when I was growing up in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, a suburb just west of Milwaukee.... Continue Reading →

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