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After Hour AM / Deeper Cuts Author of "The Murder of Richard Jennings: The True Story of New York's

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On this addition of After Hours AM / Deeper Cuts Hour 1. We talk about our big event coming up at the world famous Palmer House in sauk center mn. We also cover creepy imaginary friends and your kids!! Hour 2. We talk with author Michael J. Worden. Mike, is "The Murder of Richard Jennings: The True Story of New York's First Murder for Hire." More about Mike "Michael Worden is a police sergeant and author who has redefined the genre of true crime with his new book, The Murder of Richard Jennings, by delving into the case with a unique, fresh approach. He began researching several true historical crimes in the fall of 2009, and has demonstrated an almost obsessive need to obtain information. "These historical crimes are fascinating slices of our history," Worden recently said about his research. "I want to tell the story of the crime in a way that no one else has. The whole picture needs to be presented - the back story, the crime, the aftermath, and even follow the players in the years after they faded from the headlines." Worden wants to ensure that his books are historically accurate and relevant while also being entertaining and fun to read. "The books, including the first one (The Murder of Richard Jennings - now in print) will be thoroughly documented and noted," he said. He continued, "but I am doing that in a way which is not dry and boring. I don't want readers falling asleep the first five pages into the book. I don't want them to be able to put it down!" Michael also has said that his books are unique because he is seeking out the locations of crime scenes, execution sites, burial sites, and other locations relevant to the various crimes, and reexamining the cases from a unique point of view as a police detective. He is also stubbornly seeking out images and portraits of the people involved."

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