Cold Case Michigan

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Blanketed by forests, dotted by lakes, crisscrossed by rivers and surrounded by Great Lakes, Michigan is a good place to hide secrets, bury bodies and stash evidence. Dig deep enough and you will unearth something sinister. Is the suicide note of a prominent Detroit physician also a confession of murder? Were inmates unlawfully released from Jackson State Penitentiary to carry out a contract killing on a politician before he could turn state’s evidence? Who silenced a fiery radio personality known as the “Voice of the People”? Did a notorious serial killer stalk women in Lansing during the 1970s? Join true crime author Tobin T. Buhk as he excavates some of the most vexing unsolved crimes in the history of the Great Lake State.
ISBN: 9781467148733
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Michigan
Series: True Crime
Images: 29
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
A connoisseur of crime, a gourmet of the ghastly, an aficionado of the atrocious, a fanatic of the felonious and a maven of misdeeds, author and researcher Tobin T. Buhk enjoys exploring the back alleys of Michigan history and shining a light on the contemptible characters and dastardly deeds hiding in its darkest corners. Cold Case Michigan is his eleventh published book. To research his first book, he spent a year as a volunteer at the Kent County Morgue. Find his speaking schedule at or take a walk on the dark side of history at his blog,
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