The Who Murdered? book series is one of the most interesting ever published. It combines murder, suspense, cold case, celebrity and true crime venues as it solves some of history’s greatest mysteries. When the series is completed it will feature six individual volumes revealing the naked truth that history’s most famous deaths were not natural. Each volume requires years to research, document and cite as information that has been hidden for decades is fully investigated. Each murder suspect is screened for motive, means and opportunity as both the murderer and the method are revealed. These books make great gifts and conversation pieces, and are a must have for that special “someone” on your list.
Who Murdered? Book Series
Books That Debunk History
No author in history has done more digging into the dark forces at work behind Elvis Presley fame than author Steve Ubaney. In volume I of his six volume book series Mr. Ubaney probed every part of Presley’s mysterious death, FBI involvement, and the sinister forces at work during the final days of his career. You’ll find this one hard to put down.
It's time to investigate FDR’s mysterious death in a way that no one else ever has. Grab your thinking cap and join author Steve Ubaney in volume II of his six volume Who Murdered? book series as he probes every part of FDR's checkered death. Newly discovered medical evidence cracks the case wide open.
Five years after Who Murdered Elvis? we dug deeper. Ten years of investigation is now complete. This book goes beyond the knowledge of Elvis being made a federal agent by President Nixon. It goes beyond the knowledge of Elvis’ father, doctor, chief of security and his girlfriend suspecting foul play. The truth just got bigger.
Who Murdered Diana?
No person in the history the royal family captured our hearts like Princess Diana. She was the epitome of charm and grace, but not everyone loved her. She was constantly looking over her shoulder. In fact, days before her “accident” she told a close friend she was being threatened and she predicted her own murder.