A.M. Adair is an active duty Chief Warrant Officer and Intelligence Specialist with the US Navy. She’s also the author of the Elle Anderson Series, an explosive three-book spy thriller that includes Shadow Game, The Deeper Shadow, and Shadow War.
David S. Larson wrestled a 300-pound black bear when he was fourteen, we should probably start there. He says that prepared him for a life of storytelling. Larson is an award-winning Fortune 500 marketing executive. As an author he has written history, screenplays, he’s been a ghostwriter in fiction and biography, his latest work “The Last Jewish Gangster” is true crime.
Joseph Haggerty Spent 35 years as a vice detective and academy instructor with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C. In 2009, he received an award, Heroes of the Heart, from Children of the Nights in California where he was recognized as one of the top ten law enforcement officers in the country for rescuing children from the street. Joe has written two novels Shame: The Story of a Pimp, written based on his experiences investigating child predators in prostitution. His second novel An Ocean in the Desert follows two private investigators who specialize in rescuing missing children. Joe is also a published poet. He’s a member of the Public Safety Writers Association.
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Retired Police Officer and true crime author Rod Sadler joined me to talk about his three books, To Hell I Must Go, which follows an 1897 murder which was investigated by his own Great Grandfather, Killing Women, the story of Michigan serial killer Don Miller, and A Slayer Awaits which follows the double murder of Howard and Myra Herrick, and convicted killer Nealy Buchanon’s case from the scene, to an appeal before the United States Supreme Court.
Carl Denaro was twenty years old in 1976 when he was ambushed while in a parked car in Flushing, NY. At first the police thought it was a drug deal gone wrong. Then he was told he was shot by David Berkowitz, the Son of Sam. Carl talks about his story of survival and why he believes Berkowitz wasn’t the one who shot him. Show notes at johnstampwriter.com.