When Louis R. Vitullo started as a "beat cop" with the Chicago Police Department in 1951 he couldn't have guessed the impact he would make on the history of forensics. As Sergeant and then Chief Microanalyst of the crime lab, he oversaw some of Chicago's most notorious cases, which allowed him to address flaws in… Continue reading The Power of Truth: The Life of Louis R. Vitullo and the Legacy of the Rape Kit by Tristin Engels, PsyD
Christian Romano lives his life as a con-artist, burglar, drug dealer, and a ladies' man, using his good looks to con wealthy women out of jewels and money. When he is arrested and jailed in one of the most violent jails in the U.S. (Cook County in Chicago), a steamy affair begins with a nympho… Continue reading Wired By the F.B.I. by Glenn Painter
Bar Jonah liked to break his victims. To create a fissure in their being that would last a lifetime so that when the thin-membrane scar of the crevasse was ruptured, the hydra would re-emerge and consume them once again from the inside out. At least with one victim however, he not only broke him, he… Continue reading Eat the Evidence (Book One of the Bar Jonah Trilogy) by John E. Espy, Ph.D.