Susan M. Guy
Four authors from the Tri State Writers Society participated in the Mary H. Weir Public Library Authors Event today. Left to right: David A. George, Susan M. Guy, Angel M. and Mitzi Probert. Approximately, twenty-five authors participated in the event, which was a great success. A wonderful day for all!
It’s almost time for the Ohioana Book Festival. Come and enjoy a fun-filled day at the Sheraton Columbus meeting 100 Ohio authors, who will be selling their books. I will be there, along with a number of other HISTORY PRESS/ARCADIA PUBLISHING authors. We will be signing copies of our books from 10:00 until 4:30. Hope to see you there on Saturday, April 25th.
MAIN STREET MUSEUM, TORONTO, OHIO, on LABOR DAY WEEKEND, Saturday and Sunday, during the 38th Annual Festival of the Arts.
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, on Wednesday, September 30, 2015, at 6:30, in New Philadelphia, Ohio.
The man buried in this unmarked grave plot wasn’t famous and he didn’t do anything remarkable in his lifetime; but the moment they started throwing the dirt on his coffin, something happened that made his funeral front-page news in the Steubenville Herald-Star. Find out what happened in my book, Mobsters, Madams and Murder in Steubenville, Ohio. (The Story of Little Chicago). Published by The History Press.
IN 1922, JEFFERSON COUNTY, OHIO LED THE NATION IN PROHIBITION OFFICER MURDERS: MOST OF THEM STILL UNSOLVED
Gambling, prostitution and bootlegging have been going on in Steubenville for well over one hundred years. Its Water Street red-light district drew men from hundreds of miles away, as well as underage runaways. The white slave trade was rampant, and along with all the vice crimes, murders became a weekly occurrence. Law enforcement seemed to turn a blind eye, and cries of political corruption were heard in the state capital. This scenario replayed itself over and over again during the past century as mobsters and madams ruled and murders plagued the city and county at an alarming rate. Newspapers nationwide would come to nickname this mecca of murder “Little Chicago.”