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At the turn of the 20th Century, serial killer J. Frank Hickey flees NYC for Buffalo after murdering a little newsboy in Central Park. He was not Hickey’s first victim. While in Buffalo the short, bookish, bespectacled alcoholic Hickey becomes involved in a saloon brawl and is arrested by Detective Jim Sullivan. While in his jail cell dead drunk, he loudly brags about kill At the turn of the 20th Century, serial killer J. Frank Hickey flees NYC for Buffalo after murdering a little newsboy in Central Park. He was not Hickey’s first victim. While in Buffalo the short, bookish, bespectacled alcoholic Hickey becomes involved in a saloon brawl and is arrested by Detective Jim Sullivan. While in his jail cell dead drunk, he loudly brags about killing the newsboy, but recants the following morning when sobered up. He is ultimately let go. For the next nine years by his own count there are 11 more male child/teen victims. The latest is a seven year old missing child of Syrian immigrants whose body cannot be found despite the killer’s multiple written confessions. Hickey sends a series of postcards to the police chief telling him precisely where to find the boy’s body, but the chief inexplicably ignores these, resulting in prolongued grief, widespread fear, and public ridicule. Based on the actual historical characters, “The First Ward: His Lips Forgot The Taste Of Truth” is Volume 4 of a 5 Volume series of stand-alone books whose main characters are friends since childhood from Buffalo’s Irish First Ward: — cops, politicians and thugs — men whose lifelong relationships allow for even the most egregious crimes to go “unsolved” and unpunished. Millionaire Fingy Conners leaves a wake of countless dead and maimed in a 50-year career that finds him ultimately the Chairman of the Democratic Party of New York State. Conners wielded absolute power in Buffalo for half a century, owning the police, the politicians, the clergy, and even publisher William Randolph Hearst, who all cast a blind eye and lend a helping hand in the commission and cover up of his brazen crimes and wrongdoings. Brothers Alderman John P. Sullivan and Detective Sergeant Jim Sullivan grapple with life’s tragedies while aiding and abetting their criminal associates and causing strife in their own families. The women of The First Ward, acting as moral center, try and make sense of this pre-suffrage world in which they have little choice or voice, dominated and controlled as it is by men.


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At the turn of the 20th Century, serial killer J. Frank Hickey flees NYC for Buffalo after murdering a little newsboy in Central Park. He was not Hickey’s first victim. While in Buffalo the short, bookish, bespectacled alcoholic Hickey becomes involved in a saloon brawl and is arrested by Detective Jim Sullivan. While in his jail cell dead drunk, he loudly brags about kill At the turn of the 20th Century, serial killer J. Frank Hickey flees NYC for Buffalo after murdering a little newsboy in Central Park. He was not Hickey’s first victim. While in Buffalo the short, bookish, bespectacled alcoholic Hickey becomes involved in a saloon brawl and is arrested by Detective Jim Sullivan. While in his jail cell dead drunk, he loudly brags about killing the newsboy, but recants the following morning when sobered up. He is ultimately let go. For the next nine years by his own count there are 11 more male child/teen victims. The latest is a seven year old missing child of Syrian immigrants whose body cannot be found despite the killer’s multiple written confessions. Hickey sends a series of postcards to the police chief telling him precisely where to find the boy’s body, but the chief inexplicably ignores these, resulting in prolongued grief, widespread fear, and public ridicule. Based on the actual historical characters, “The First Ward: His Lips Forgot The Taste Of Truth” is Volume 4 of a 5 Volume series of stand-alone books whose main characters are friends since childhood from Buffalo’s Irish First Ward: — cops, politicians and thugs — men whose lifelong relationships allow for even the most egregious crimes to go “unsolved” and unpunished. Millionaire Fingy Conners leaves a wake of countless dead and maimed in a 50-year career that finds him ultimately the Chairman of the Democratic Party of New York State. Conners wielded absolute power in Buffalo for half a century, owning the police, the politicians, the clergy, and even publisher William Randolph Hearst, who all cast a blind eye and lend a helping hand in the commission and cover up of his brazen crimes and wrongdoings. Brothers Alderman John P. Sullivan and Detective Sergeant Jim Sullivan grapple with life’s tragedies while aiding and abetting their criminal associates and causing strife in their own families. The women of The First Ward, acting as moral center, try and make sense of this pre-suffrage world in which they have little choice or voice, dominated and controlled as it is by men.

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