BOOK REVIEW > REVIEWER'S BOOKWATCH, WILLIS BUHLE'S BOOKSHELF: "Trilogy: Three True Stories of Scoundrels and Schemers"

: A simply fascinating read for anyone with an interest in criminology, governmental scandals, and social science research projects, "Trilogy: Three True Stories of Scoundrels and Schemers" is a fully detailed and dramatic reveal of a once national alarming scandal that in this era of Trump had faded from the collective memory of the country. While a unique and highly recommended for personal, professional, community, and college/university library collections, it should be noted for students, academia, and non-specialist general readers that "Trilogy: Three True Stories of Scoundrels and Schemers" is also readily available in a digital book format (Kindle, $5.00).

Editorial Note: Peggy Adler is the author of "Peggy's Puzzles", Volumes One and Two, (BearManor Media, 2023),"Pallenberg Wonder Bears - From the Beginning" (BearManor Media, October 2022); the pictorial history "Images of America CLINTON" (Arcadia Publishing, 2019); five titles for New York City publishers (The John Day Company & Franklin Watts). She has also illustrated two dozen books and provided art for the Bronx Zoo; the Humane Society of the United States; Little, Brown & Company; the Journal of Theoretical Biology; the Journal of Algebra; the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; and World Scientific Publishing.  Additionally, She organized and hosted the 2015 Edgar Rice Burroughs Bibliophile Convention (aka Dum Dum), which ran for four days in Clinton, Connecticut and was attended by members of the Burroughs' family and the staff of ERB, Inc, along with authors and illustrators of Burroughs related books and almost 100 bibliophiles, who came from all over North America to celebrate his genius.  In 2019, her book "Images of America Clinton" won a Literary Award Competition sponsored by the Connecticut Society of Genealogists as Best Research Publication and two years earlier, Marquis Who's Who presented her with their Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. Previous honors include the 2001 General Richard G. Stilwell Award by the Association of Former Intelligence Officers for her work with their New England Chapter.
– Willis M. Buhle, Reviewer

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