Alice de Sturler


Nic H. Vidocq is the pen name I used for the book about the Zeigler case. My real name is Alice de Sturler and I blog over at

My next book is called "The Substitute Lead Singer" and it will be uploaded here soon.

Cheers, Alice

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Zeigler, through Vidster's eyes
Price: Free! Words: 19,370. Language: English. Published: April 17, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » True Crime » Murder
Christmas Eve 1975 in a dark furniture store: was it a robbery gone bad or premeditated quadruple murder? And if it was all planned, why were the victims' dead bodies treated differently? With bloody shoe prints not matching William Thomas Zeigler, is there any chance that we overlooked something? An eBook explaining a wrongful conviction.

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  • A Fine Woman on April 10, 2012

    An unexpected gem found via the blog of author Jill Paterson. Well written with a good pace, the author describes the life of a strong, well-educated and provided for German lady who, after realizing what her country is doing, starts to help the Jewish people escape from the concentration camps. Her life and sacrifices, her impossible character and her cleverness, her love and ethics, will ask from you: what would you have done? Two thumbs up!
  • The Value of Life on April 10, 2012

    This one really made me think about what I would do, who I'd ask for help, and who would actually stand by me. I read this in one session. Good pace and the character development gets better with each page. There are some issues with changing fonts and it probably could use another editing round. Looking forward to more books by this author. Two thumbs up!
  • A Plunder by Pilgrims on April 27, 2012

    I liked this book and look forward to more in this series. You can just see Gage drag himself out of bed, a bit unkept maybe and the sigh when he talks to the teen. But his better side gets the upper hand. The book is well written and fast paced. Well done!
  • Bubba and the Dead Woman on May 06, 2012

    I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this book. Bubba is an absolutely fabulous character! I can see the eye rolling of Officer Gray in my head. His mother is a deliciously wicked thinking woman with a fancy for embellishing the truth. You have to read this book. Not because it is free or because I tell you to. You must read it because it you don't you just might miss out on an author who'd be on your favourite list. I know she's on mine now!