The Lynching of Peter Wheeler

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Author says racism, undue media influence and biased law enforcement not bound by region or time In her 2014 book The Lynching of Peter Wheeler, the second in a series of four historical true crime books, author and former forensic scientist Debra Komar investigates two cases of murder, revealing one killer. On January 27, 1896, 14-year-old Annie Kempton was murdered in her home in Bear River,…

Nova Scotia legislature congratulates Debra Komar on her most recent book

Nova Scotia legislature congratulates Debra Komar on her most recent book

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Nova Scotia Premier and MLA for Annapolis, Stephen McNeil, recently moved Resolution 1304 on the floor of the provincial House, which congratulated Goose Lane Editions‘ author Debra Komar on her latest book, The Lynching of Peter Wheeler, and wished her lasting success in the remainder of her book series. The resolution received unanimous consent and appears in the Hansard, the official record of the Nova Scotia…