A pocket edition of America's founding documents. 89 pp.
Examines the 1975 robbery of over 100 safe-deposit boxes used by organized crime in Providence, a heist that was the biggest single payday in the history of the New England mob. Original. 252 pp.
Presents the true story of the world's first robbery of a moving train and the real origins of the Wild West. 248 pp.
Explores the relationship between the sports boom Detroit experienced in the 1930s and the terror brought by an organization known as the Black Legion. 327 pp.
Terry Jordan (Cleveland, Ohio) received a B.S. in Education from Taylor University and a master's in History from Cleveland State University. He has spent much of his life studying, interpreting and teaching students about the U.S. Constitution. Previously, he was the Constitution expert for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the region's largest and most closely followed daily news publication. 96 pp.