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Book Trailer Spotlight: The Wicked Wives by Gus Pelagatti

The Wicked Wives Gus Pelagatti Noir Suspense/Thriller Mill City Press ABOUT THE WICKED WIVES When I was an eight year old boy I overheard adults in my South Philadelphia neighborhood discussing 17 disenchanted and unfaithful neighborhood wives who murdered their husbands for insurance money, love and lust. This was a fascinating topic for an eight year old boy eavesdropping on adult conversation. The adults were discussing the true story of Philadelphia’s infamous 1938 murder scandals. My fascination led to obsession. I knew that I had to write about these wicked wives someday. After I became a trial lawyer in 1964,
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Author Interview: Gus Pelagatti & THE WICKED WIVES

Gus Pelagatti is a practicing trial lawyer with over 47 years of experience trying civil and criminal cases including homicide.  He’s a member of the Million Dollar Advocate Forum, limited to attorneys who have been recognized as achieving a standard of excellence as a trial expert.  He has spent years researching the true story of the 1938 insurance scam murders, interviewing judges, lawyers, police and neighbors involved in the trials. Gus was born and raised within blocks of the main conspirator’s tailor shop and the homes of many of the wives convicted of murdering their husbands. His latest book is
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Pump Up Your Book Blog Tour: Interview with Alicia Singleton, author of ‘Dark Side of Valor’

We have a wonderful interview today with Alicia Singleton, author of the suspense novel, Dark Side of Valor (Simon & Schuster).  This is Alicia’s last stop on her virtual book tour this month, but she will be back in June!  If you would like to review her book or host her in some other way, email Dorothy at thewriterslife(at)gmail.com.  Enjoy the interview! ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Born and raised in Philadelphia, the Howard University graduate embraced the written word at an early age. She credits this to her loving, older sister whom, while they were youngsters, made the author eat lotion on a
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