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Hangman: The Life and Crimes of Gerard John Schaefer Paperback – October 19, 2016
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Newton's first book under his own name was Monsters, Mysteries and Man (1979), a survey of unexplained phenomena for younger readers. While 216 of Newton's published books have been novels--including westerns, political thrillers and psychological suspense--he is equally known for nonfiction, primarily true crime and reference books.
Newton's Encyclopedia of Serial Killers (Facts on File, 2000) is currently in its second edition. His history of the Florida Ku Klux Klan, The Invisible Empire (2001), won the Florida Historical Society's 2002 Rembert Patrick Award for Best Book in Florida History. His Encyclopedia of Cryptozoology was named as one of twelve books on the American Library Association's 2006 list of Outstanding Reference Sources. His western, Hanging Judge, was a finalist in the 2010 Western Writers of America's Spur Awards. His western, Manhunt, won the 2010 Peacemaker Award from the Western Fictioneers, and his novel, Avenging Angels, was a finalist in the same category, and was also a finalist for the 2011 Best Original Mass Market Paperback for the Western Writers of America's Spur Awards. His western, Blood Trails, was nominated for the 2011 WWA Spur Awards for Best Western Novel. His western West of the Big River: The Avenging Angel was a finalist in the 2014 Peacemaker Awards for Best Western Novel by the Western Fictioneers.
Michael Newton is a member of the Western Fictioneers and International Thriller Writers. He lives in Indiana.
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The world will never know the actual number of his murders or the location of the remains of many of his victims. While working in law enforcement, he picked up two teenage girls who were hitchhiking and subjected them to horror before they managed to escape.
Schaefer was tried and convicted for the deaths of two girls. There was never sufficient evidence to bring him to trial for several other murders to which he was connected.
Schaefer went to his grave proclaiming his innocence while simultaneously boasting of his crimes.
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Author obviously researched the facts and presented them objectively