This book is divided into four sections: “Murder and Mayhem,” “Sedition and Corruption,” “Arson,” and “Wicked Diseases.” In this book you will learn about a man who called himself “the Adolf Hitler of America,” and a man who dismembered his murder victims and burned them in a stove designed for burning wood, and the fire in a mental institution that killed Zelda Fitzgerald and others wo were drugged and locked in their rooms, as well as other wicked events and people. This is Marla Hardee Milling’s third book. She is an Asheville free-lance writer with over 800 articles published in a variety of periodicals.
Charleston, South Carolina: The History Press, 2018. 144 pages with a Foreword by Joshua P. Warren, an Index, a Bibliography, and lots of photos. Trade paperback