Brief update on the Zeigler Case
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by Alice
6d ago
DNA testing on all the evidence pieces in the case of William Thomas Zeigler is still ongoing. Tommy had a health scare earlier in the year. However, he is recovering and in his messages, sounds upbeat and positive. The last bit of news is that a new judge will be handing the case, Circuit Judge […] The post Brief update on the Zeigler Case appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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The Mystery of Treefall Manor by J.S. Savage
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by Alice
1w ago
Thanks to this this blog I found J.S. Savage‘s debut and it is a gem. The Mystery of Treefall Manor is the first Inspector Graves mystery and I hope that many will follow. We are in 1926, in the UK. The prologue starts strong. A maid, Jayne Brown, demands to see wealthy, successful business man, landowner, and […] The post The Mystery of Treefall Manor by J.S. Savage appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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Remembering Andrew Dean Elam
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by Alice
2w ago
Andrew Dean Elam (March 3, 1970 – June 17, 1989) was 19 years old when his life ended. The Desert Sun (Tu) June 20, 1989 called Andrew an “exceptionally” bright young man whose death was senseless. Andrew and his parents had been jogging in the San Jacinto Mountains. He returned to the car to walk […] The post Remembering Andrew Dean Elam appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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The Cesare Aldo Series by D.V. Bishop
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by Alice
3w ago
I am excited about this new Historical Fiction series by D.V. Bishop. It is set in the sixteenth century in Florence, Italy, and at the time Duke Alessandro de Medici ruled it. The first book, City of Vengeance, came out in 2021. The cover caught my eye in the bookstore. Having been to Florence, the […] The post The Cesare Aldo Series by D.V. Bishop appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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Shawna Beth Garber: case cleared
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by Alice
1M ago
The McDonald County Sheriff’s Office in Missouri has released a statement that brings the case of Shawna Beth Garber to an end. The case is now cleared by exception as the suspect in her murder passed away. “It is believed that Talfey Reeves (deceased as of November 15, 2021), picked Shauna up from the Tanglewood/Ginger […] The post Shawna Beth Garber: case cleared appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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Clay and Bones by Lisa Bailey
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by Alice
2M ago
The photograph on the dustcover and the book blurbs on the back give the reader the impression that this book is completely dedicated to forensic sciences, in particular forensic sculpting. It looks like a book that will take us through several unsolved cases where the skills of the author, Lisa Bailey, helped bring them to […] The post Clay and Bones by Lisa Bailey appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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Remember Christopher Daniel Myles
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by Alice
2M ago
During the summer of 1979, Christopher Daniel Myles (Sept 30, 1962 – June 4, 1979) was found murdered in a vineyard near Hughes and Nebraska avenues, Caruthers, Fresno County, California. He was sixteen years old and still in high school. I found a few articles in the newspaper archives from the Fresno Bee and the […] The post Remember Christopher Daniel Myles appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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Women Who Murder by Mitzi Szereto
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by Alice
3M ago
“Women Who Murder: An International Collection of Deadly True Crime Tales” is the latest book by Mitzi Szereto. Women who kill. We all know a few either from true crime or fiction. Myra Hindley, Mary Ann Cotton, Bellatrix Lestrange, and Annie Wilkes. In this book, we have globe-covering stories and authors. We go from the […] The post Women Who Murder by Mitzi Szereto appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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Donald Cedric Faul (Nov 24, 1950 – Jan 25, 1981)
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by Alice
3M ago
Donald Cedric Faul was stabbed to death near New Orlean’s riverside Moon Walk around 6am on January 25, 1981, New Orleans, Louisiana. Donald had stab wounds to the chest and back, according to then-Coroner Frank Minyard. Stabbed at least nine times, he died at the scene. According to the friend who was with him, the male […] The post Donald Cedric Faul (Nov 24, 1950 – Jan 25, 1981) appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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The Winter List by S. G. MacLean
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by Alice
4M ago
The next installment in one of my favorite historical fiction series did not disappoint. In fact, it made me love the series more. I always wanted to know more about Lady Anne Winter, a Royalist spy from the Damian Seeker series, and in this book, we see more of her personality. But let us start […] The post The Winter List by S. G. MacLean appeared first on Defrosting Cold Cases ..read more
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