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Recko, Corey 1974-

Works: 3 works in 13 publications in 1 language and 1,786 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Noir fiction  Detective and mystery fiction  Fiction 
Roles: Author
Classifications: HV6533.N4, 364.15230922
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Publications about Corey Recko
Publications by Corey Recko
Most widely held works by Corey Recko
Murder on the White Sands : the disappearance of Albert and Henry Fountain by Corey Recko( Book )
9 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 158 libraries worldwide
Albert Jennings Fountain -- Enter Albert B. Fall and other men of note -- The disappearance -- Pat Garrett summoned -- Assistance from Fall -- Decision in the sheriff's contest -- Exit John Fraser -- William B. Sayers -- Ed Brown -- Indictments -- Shootout at Wildy Well -- The trial -- Jack Maxwell testifies -- Garrett takes the stand -- The prosecution closes -- The defense and rebuttal -- Closing arguments and the verdict -- In conclusion -- Epilogues
A spy for the Union : the life and execution of Timothy Webster by Corey Recko( Book )
3 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 81 libraries worldwide
"Timothy Webster was for a time the Union's top spy, but his career came to an abrupt end when, in 1862, he was betrayed by fellow spies and became the first spy executed in the Civil War"--
Death of a kootch show girl by Corey Recko( Book )
1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
"It’s Halloween night 1953, the last night of the carnival in rural Ohio, and a stripper turns up dead. Tom Davis, the chief of police, orders the carnies to stay in town while he investigates, but there are no leads to Mary’s killer—no fingerprints on the murder weapon, no blood but Mary’s at the scene, no foreign hairs or fibers—no clues of any kind. Brian Stockton, a reporter for the local paper, hopes this will be his break into the big time, so he begins to investigate as well. But, alas, the killer’s identity eludes him, too. As tensions build, the carnies become paranoid, pointing fingers at each other. Could it be the owner, Bill Harris, the one who discovered the body? Or was it perhaps Gino Guglielmo, the man who runs the kootch show and has a nasty temper? Was it the eccentric clown, Otto Radowski, a man with dark secrets in his past and who just happens to have Mary’s cat? And how did the killer manage to commit such a violent act without leaving a single speck of evidence? Mary certainly wasn’t killed by a ghost…or was she?"--back cover
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