“An amazing, wildly inventive collection of short stories. Full of killer-dialogue and surprising, entertaining twists, Michael Druxman has written a winner!” – Thomas B. Sawyer, author of the bestselling thriller No Place To Run.
HISTORY TELLS US:
In 1888, the elusive serial killer, Jack the Ripper, terrorized the Whitechapel District of London. Scotland Yard was baffled. But, that same year, Jack met his match when he crossed paths with the dreadfully evil …really awful…Count Dracula.
On July 22, 1934, notorious bank robber John Dillinger was shot “dead” by the FBI in front of Chicago’s Biograph Theater. But, on September 17, 1941, in Miami Beach, Florida, John Dillinger met with former “King of Chicago,” mobster Al Capone, to plan the biggest heist of his career.
In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson completed the Louisiana Purchase with France’s Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. The price was four cents per acre. But, in 2011, Napoleon decided that he wanted his land back.
Master storyteller Michael B. Druxman turns history and literature topsy-turvy in six unforgettable tales.
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