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Press Release for The Launch of the Portuguese edition of Illusion of Invincibility
Sep 14, 2020

Press Release for The Launch of the Portuguese edition of Illusion of Invincibility

 

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PRESS RELEASE

07.09.2020 

 

The Incas Reconquer Latin America: The Illusion of Invincibility now available in Portuguese 

(Offenbach/Langenfeld) Building on the success of their top title "The Illusion of Invincibility: The Rise and Fall of Organizations - Inspired by the Incas of Peru" launched in the US market in 2019, GABAL authors Andreas Krebs and Paul Williams are now proud to announce the publication of the Portuguese edition. Available in book, e-book and audio book form, the new edition will be released on September 17th by GABAL partner Ubook Publishing, Rio de Janeiro, entitled "A Ilusão da Invencibilidade”.

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The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns book review at The Crime Review
Sep 6, 2020

The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns book review at The Crime Review

Book review for The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns

 

"If you are a hardcore true crime fan and looking to learn about a selection of cases you likely have not encountered, this collection definitely includes some interesting stories!" - The Crime Review

https://thecrimereview.com/2020/09/06/review-the-best-new-true-crime-stories-small-towns-edited-by-mitzi-szereto-best-new-true-crime-2/

Mitzi Szereto interview at Gotham City
Aug 28, 2020

Mitzi Szereto interview at Gotham City

Mitzi Szereto discusses true crime in an interview at Gotham City.

http://welcomebacktopottersville.blogspot.com/2020/08/interview-with-mitzi-szereto.html

Mitzi Szereto podcast interview on Madame Perry's Salon
Aug 26, 2020

Mitzi Szereto podcast interview on Madame Perry's Salon

Mitzi Szereto discusses her new book The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns on Madame Perry's Salon podcast.

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/madameperryssalon/2020/08/27/true-crime-in-small-towns-with-mitzi-szereto

The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns book review at Madame Perry's Salon
Aug 23, 2020

The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns book review at Madame Perry's Salon

The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns book review at Madame Perry's Salon.

"Shed the idyllic images of small town life, simple and safe in quiet rural areas. Leaving the big cities and urban hotspots behind? Better take your window grills with you. Bizarre crimes from small towns all around the world – Wales, the United States, Trinidad and Tobago, and more – will have the reader checking the locks and jumping at every sound." - Madame Perry's Salon

 

What's Good to Read book review for The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns
Aug 14, 2020

What's Good to Read book review for The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns

The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns book review in What's Good to Read!

"Definitely a book for any true crime reader. A detailed, well researched and well put together collection."

http://www.whatsgoodtoread.co.uk/the-best-new-true-crime-stories-small-towns-by-mitzi-szereto-review/

NB Magazine book review of The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns
Aug 11, 2020

NB Magazine book review of The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns

"A well curated and considered collection comprising some well written essays/stories that explore the origins of each crime; the investigation, subsequent trial – when the culprit was caught, and the traumatic effect on the community – the aftermath.... These stories get to the human cost behind the terrible events that suddenly vault a small town into the public gaze." -  Paul Burke, NB Magazine

 

Read the complete review at:

https://nbmagazine.co.uk/paul-burkes-august-crime-round-up/

Library Journal review of The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns
Aug 7, 2020

Library Journal review of The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns

The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns in Library Journal

 

"International writers focus on the impact of crime on close-knit communities. Many stories illustrate the intergenerational effects and lasting trauma of chronic poverty and sexual abuse. Stories such as Szereto’s “I Kill for God,” about Isaac Zamora, who murdered six people in 2008 in Skagit County, WA, emphasize the failure of mental health-care systems to diagnose and treat adequately those with psychological disorders. Exploring a tragic case in Posorja, Ecuador, Tom Larsen laments that environments marked by endemic corruption often give rise to vigilante justice. Anthony Ferguson’s profile of Snowtown, Australia, where in 1999 four killers murdered 12 victims, examines the phenomenon of “dark tourism,” in which small towns where murders have occurred develop a macabre reputation that makes community healing difficult."

Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine review of The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns
Aug 3, 2020

Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine review of The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns

"These well-researched, globe-trotting, bite-sized tales are perfect for a lazy summer afternoon – especially at a time when it’s much safer to travel through the pages of a book." - Dean Jobb, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

Link to The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns book review:

https://www.elleryqueenmysterymagazine.com/the-crime-scene/stranger-than-fiction-august-2020/

Mitzi Szereto interview on Chatting With Sherri
Jul 23, 2020

Mitzi Szereto interview on Chatting With Sherri

Mitzi Szereto returns to Chatting With Sherri to talk about true crime and her new book The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns.

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2020/07/23/chatting-with-sherri-welcomes-back-author-mitzi-szereto