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1920’s Steubenville Police Chief, Blaine Dawson Carter and Prohibition Dry Agent, John Cole

Steubenville Police Chief, Blaine D. Carter, was fired in the 1920's, from his job. Mob rule was hard to overcome in the days of Prohibition. Some people had to take a fall. He was one of them.

Steubenville Police Chief, Blaine D. Carter, was fired in the 1920’s, from his job. Mob rule was hard to overcome in the days of Prohibition. Some people had to take a fall. He was one of them.

Prohibition Dry Agent, John Cole, had a colorful life. His story is told in Mobsters, Madams & Murder in Steubenville, Ohio

Prohibition Dry Agent, John Cole, had a colorful life. His story is told in Mobsters, Madams & Murder in Steubenville, Ohio

OHIOANA BOOK FESTIVAL 2015 PICTURES

OHIOANA BOOK FESTIVAL 2015 PICTURES

Picture 1: History Press Authors at the Ohioana Book Festival 2015 at the Columbus Sheraton Hotel in Columbus, Ohio. April 25, 2015

OHIOANA BOOK FESTIVAL 2015 PICTURES

Picture 2: Left to right: Panel mediator (name unknown); True crime authors, Sandra Gurvis, Jane Ann Turzillo, Susan M. Guy and Richard O. Jones.

BOOK SIGNING at TREASURE ISLAND FLEA MARKET on SATURDAY, DEC. 20th

I’ll be setting up a table at the Treasure Island Flea Market on Saturday, December 20, 2014, from 9:00 a.m until 4:00 p.m., so that anyone who has had trouble finding the book, will have a chance to purchase it.  Come on out to the flea market and browse.  Don’t forget to pick up your signed copy of “Mobsters, Madams and Murder in Steubenville, Ohio (The Story of Little Chicago).

27th ANNUAL BUCKEYE BOOK FAIR IN WOOSTER, OHIO ON NOVEMBER 1ST

Sue-bookfairThe 27th annual Buckeye Book Fair will be held on Saturday, November l, 2014 at Fisher Auditorium in Wooster, Ohio.  I was honored with an invitation to attend this event and will be among one hundred Ohio authors, photographers and illustrators to do so.  This is Ohio’s largest book fair and should be quite an experience.

This Unmarked Grave in Brooke Cemetery Holds a Sad Story

The young girl in this unmarked grave at Brooke Cemetery led a short, sad life on Water Street in Steubenville, Ohio. Her death was mysterious and ugly, but listed as a suicide.  At least she’s blessed with a beautiful view from her final resting place.  Read Mae’s short, short story in the upcoming book, Mobsters, Madams and Murder in Steubenville, Ohio (The Story of Little Chicago), by Susan M. Guy.View from Mae's grave