Bob Stewart is the author of four nonfiction books and has reported news events for popular magazines (People, Time, Life, and Latina). He has written two plays presented by the Aggie Players at Texas A&M University and two scripts for series television while pursuing a career in journalism. He was associate producer for Switched at Birth, a mini-series based on the baby switch in Florida. He has been managing editor of The Bryan Daily Eagle, The Laredo Times and the Marshall News-Messenger. He wrote a daily television column for the San Antonio Light before pursuing a career as a free-lance reporter/writer/author. In 1998, he joined the staff of PEOPLE Magazine.
No Remorse is the true story of Texas serial killer Kenneth McDuff who was convicted of murder, then paroled when the Supreme Court struck down the death penalty, only to go on a killing spree.
Revenge Redeemed is the true story of a Kentucky couple whose only child was killed by a drunk driver. They rehabilitated the man who killed their son and today he lives next door to them.
Sacrifice: The Drug Cult Murder of Mark Kilroy is the bizarre true story about Mexican drug smugglers who killed a University of Texas pre-med student as a human sacrifice while he was in Mexico on spring break.
Man to Man: When the Woman You Love Has Breast Cancer with co-author Andy Murcia, the husband of entertainer Ann Jillian.
Stewart worked such national stories for PEOPLE as the Oklahoma City bombing, the Branch Davidian standoff, the murder of Tejano singer Selena, the murder of students at schools in Pearl, Mississippi, Jonesboro, Arkansas, and Columbine in Denver, Colorado and the execution of Karla Faye Tucker.
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A village idiot with a taste for murder.
A juror fresh out of law school.
An ignored trial error.
Attorney G.W. Chism follows the letter of the law, and the man he sentenced to death fifteen years before walks free, setting into motion a demonic killer’s revenge.
In a deadly chess match of good versus evil, Deputy Sheriff Nancy Neff and Minister Luke Oeding plunge into the world of the South Texas drug cult and come face to face with Palo Mayombe, the darkest of the hidden religions. When Cindi Neff is kidnapped, Nancy and Luke race to save her from the clutches of the malevolent cult before she is sacrificed in an Easter Sunday Palo Mayombe ritual.
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