HARPE (HARP) BROTHERS
A BLOODY SAGA
OF
FRONTIER SERIAL KILLERS

I. Who Were the Harpes?
II. The Gory Career of the Harpes
III. Motivations of the Harpe Brothersí Crimes
IV. A Selected Bibliography of Writings on the Harpes
V. Necrology of Those Killed by the Harpes
VI. Kenneth Tucker
Author of

Books

Eliot Ness and the Untouchables:
The Historical Reality
and
the Film and Television Depictions
, 2nd ed.
Soon to be available as an ebook from Google and other ebook readers


A Kentucky Colonel in Darkest Africa
Currently available or soon to be available as an ebook for Kindle and other ebook readers


The Old Lit Professorís Book of Favorite Readings
Currently available or soon to be available as an ebook for Kindle and other ebook readers


I Pray the Lord My Soul to Keep
Currently available or soon to be available as an ebook for Kindle and other ebook readers


The Madonna of Shadows and Darkness
Currently available or soon to be available as an ebook for Kindle and other ebook readers


A Spider Spinning Daydreams (short story)


The Fall of the House of Spade
Currently available or soon to be available as an ebook for Kindle and other ebook readers


Wilderness of Tigers:
A Novel of the Harpe Brothers and Frontier Violence
Currently available or soon to be available as an ebook for Kindle and other ebook readers


The Grave and the Figure Eight: A Myth Reborn

Currently available or soon to be available as an ebook for Kindle and other ebook readers


A Kentucky Colonel in King Arthur's Court and The Swamp Maiden of Venus.

Currently available or soon to be available as an ebook for Kindle and other ebook readers


Shakespeare and Jungian Typology. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2003.

Currently available as a Google ebook and soon to be available for other ebook readers


Eliot Ness and the Untouchables. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2000.

John Marston, A Reference Guide. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1985. [Out of Print]

A Bibliography of Writings by and About John Ford and Cyril Tourneur. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1975. [Out of Print]

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