GARY’S BOOKS

True Crime

True Crime

Perfect Husband

Perfect Husband: The True Story of the Trusting Bride Who Discovered Her Husband Was a Coldblooded Killer.

  • Hardcover
  • Kindle

(Pocket Books; Crossroad Press)

An intruder's bullet brought their storybook marriage to a shattering end, revealing a tangled web of greed and depravity that shook the city of Daytona Beach to its core.

Finder

Finder: The True Story of a Private Investigator

  • Hardcover
  • Kindle

(Crown; Crossroad Press)

Marilyn Greene, self-taught sleuth, was known as “The Number One Finder of Missing Persons". Gary's book drew actresses to Marilyn's “strong woman" role–including Jessica Lange, Cher, Sally Field, Bette Midler, Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandan and Kathleen Turner.

Fatal Dosage

Fatal Dosage: The True Story of a Nurse on Trial for Murder

  • Paperback
  • Kindle

(Bantam; Crossroad Press)

The dramatic true story of one nurse’s courageous battle against the medical establishment.  Later adapted to a CBS movie, staring Patty Duke.

Across the Border: The True Story of the Satanic Cult Killings in Matamoros, Mexico

Across The Border: The True Story of the Satanic Cult Killings in Matamoros, Mexico

  • Paperback
  • Kindle

Black Magic, Drugs, and Death. The most hideous mass murder since Helter Skelter. Exposes the grisly details of this brutal cult—and reveals how such an atrocity could happen today.

Without Mercy

Without Mercy: Obsession and Murder Under The Influence

  • Hardcover
  • Paperback
  • Kindle

(Pocket Books; Crossroad Press)

She was a hard-working, cheerful waitress at the IHOP. One of the nicest people you'd ever want to know. But she loved too much. Drank too much. And ended up being the first woman in South Florida to be sentenced to the Electric Chair.

Into Their Own Hands

Into Their Own Hands

  • Paperback
  • Kindle

(Bantam Books; Crossroad Press)

Shocking True Stories of Citizens Who Took The Law . . . Into Their Own Hands. Stories of ordinary citizens who become victims of crimes and not only get mad — they get even. A thought-provoking look at the American criminal justice system.