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The year was 1931. The Great Depression had changed the face of America. Hardworking folks who had never experienced unemployment, hunger, homelessness, and the inability to feed their families were now facing those grim realities. While some people sought public assistance to survive, others turned to a life of crime for the…
For the people that like murder mystery mixed with history you might be intrigued by this. The murder took place just outside of Eskridge, Ks. Did I mentioned it is a 100+ year old cold case in a small town. Not many small towns get a crime rate or a murder or any kind of crime like the big cities do, but that’s what makes the small town cold case so interesting. Most people grow up thinking that in small towns everyone knows each other. Well, maybe some small towns do not as much about each other as they thought.
This a small excerpt from publicity of the author about the book:
Greg Hoot: By the way, for those of you who enjoy an unsolved murder mystery, I recently authored a story called Cold Case: Murder on Eight-Mile Road, which tells of the unsolved murder of Wabaunsee County farmer, William Smale in 1903. Here’s a link to the story…maybe you can solve the 114-year old cold case. https://wabaunseecomuseum.org/2017/06/05/cold-case-murder-on-eight-mile-road/