James Erwin & Vicki Berger Erwin - Notorious Missouri

Tuesday, May 4, 7pm CT
Left Bank Books' Facebook Live Page or YouTube Page

Left Bank Books welcomes local St. Louis authors 
James Erwin and Vicki Berger Erwin,
who will discuss their new book of local history, 
Notorious Missouri: 200 Years of Historic Crimes.
on our Facebook Live Page at 7pm CT on May 4.
Join us on our Facebook Live Page and order a copy of
from Left Bank Books to support authors and independent bookstores!
About Notorious Missouri
From the duel on Bloody Island to the Missouri Miracle kidnapping and recovery of Shawn Hornbeck, Missouri has seen its share of notorious crimes. It was home to the first western gunfight on the town square between Wild Bill Hickok and Dave Tutt. The three trials of the alleged murderer of Colonel Thomas Swope, the founder of Kansas City's Swope Park, enveloped the state. Residents also saw the killings within a few blocks of each other that inspired the songs Stagger Lee and Frankie and Johnny. Vicki Berger Erwin and James W. Erwin explore crimes, criminals and victims from the violent history of the last two hundred years in the Show Me State.
About the Speakers
Vicki Berger Erwin has been in the publishing industry for more than thirty years in various capacities, including sales, book distribution and as the owner of a bookstore in St. Charles, Missouri. She has is the author of thirty books in varied genres: picture books, middle-grade mysteries and novels, local histories and true crime.
James W. Erwin practiced law in St. Louis for thirty-seven years. He is the author of five books of local history. This is their second book together. They live in Kirkwood, Missouri.
All you need to do to participate is log in to your personal Facebook account, go to Left Bank Books' Facebook Live Page, and wait for the livestream to begin on the page (you may need to refresh the page periodically until the stream begins). You may also watch the simulcast on Left Bank's YouTube channel.
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 7:00pm
Notorious Missouri: 200 Years of Historic Crimes (True Crime) Cover Image
ISBN: 9781467146692
Availability: On Our Shelves (Note - We update this inventory once per day.)
Published: History Press - April 12th, 2021