Joe Lockhart
Joe Lockhart

Wonderfully Blessed, Highly Favored, Deeply Loved by the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit
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This book is all about my life experiences. The first part of my life was very terrible and very negative. Since I became a believer in Jesus Christ, I've been positive and successful in all walks of life. I hope you ponder from these experiences.
 
Tales of Jack the Ripper
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1888: A killer stalks the streets of London's Whitechapel district, brutally--some would say ritualistically--murdering women. With each slaying, the killer grows bolder, his crimes more extreme. So far, there have been five victims (that we know of): Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes, and Mary Jane Kelly. The story of Jack the Ripper captured lurid headlines and the public's imagination, and the first fictionalization of the Ripper killings, John Francis Brewer's The Curse Upon Mitre Square appeared in October of 1888, mere weeks after the discovery of Jack's first victim. Since then, hundreds of stories have been written about Bloody Jack, his victims, and his legacy. Authors ranging from Marie Belloc Lowndes to Robert Bloch; from Harlan Ellison to Maureen Johnson; from Roger Zelazny to Alan Moore have added their own tales to the Ripper myth. Now, as we arrive at the quasquicentennial of the murders, we bring you a few tales more. From the editor who brought you The Book of Cthulhu comes Tales of Jack the Ripper, featuring new fiction by many of today's darkest dreamers, including Laird Barron, Walter Greatshell, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Ed Kurtz, Joseph S. Pulver Sr., Stanley C. Sargent, E. Catherine Tobler, and many more.
 
The Gay Man's Guide to Growing Older
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Based on media representations alone, you might think that the average age of American gay men is approximately 28. But the fact is, the gay population is aging at the same rate as the general population, with one in five over the age of 60. And while the heterosexual population is awash with representations of seniors, the gay population has virtually nothing in the way of older role models. John Lockhart provides a series of memorable snapshots of aging gay American men in these interviews crossing all regional, financial, and ethnic boundaries. The men reflect on a broad spectrum of issues: sex, spirituality, self-image, finances, health, and retirement living. A straightforward and practical book, The Gay Man's Guidet to Growing Older gives gay men a touchstone for planning their years as vital, productive, passionate seniors. Marketing Plans:National Advertising: The AdvocateAwareness Campaign: Gay Over 50 Clubs, Gay PsychotherapistsA former lobbyist, John Lockhart, 68, is a dedicated runner. Since 1986 he has been a Gay Games Gold Medal-winner in the marathon, half-marathon, and 10K race. A visit to an 82-year-old friend he had not seen in 20 years sparked the idea for The Gay Man's Guidet to Growing Older , Lockhart's first book. Lockhart makes his home in San Diego, CA.
 
Clark's Fork Valley (Images of America Series)
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Many of the great icons of western American history left their mark on Carbon County while living in or traveling through the natural byway that is Montana’s Clark’s Fork Valley. The Apsáalooke, or Crow, people called the valley home for centuries. The Lewis and Clark expedition recorded and named the valley’s river in 1806. In 1807–1808, John Colter, the discoverer of Yellowstone Park, explored the southern end of the valley. The Rocky Mountain Fur Company and adventurers like Jedediah Smith, Joe Meek, and Thomas Fitzpatrick soon followed. In 1864, Jim Bridger blazed the Bridger Trail through the valley. Chief Joseph and his band of Nez Perce followed the valley north from Yellowstone Park during their 1877 flight toward Canada. Calamity Jane and Caroline Lockhart, a noted author and literary rival of Zane Grey, once called the valley home, and Buffalo Bill Cody and John “Liver-Eating” Johnston visited it frequently.
 
Cobra Killer: Gay Porn, Murder, and the Manhunt to Bring the Killers to Justice
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In Cobra Killer, authors Andrew E. Stoner and Peter A. Conway tell for the first time in full detail the twisted story of a pair of young, aspiring gay adult film producers whose quest for fame at any cost leads to the gruesome murder of the man who stands in their way, gay porn entrepreneur Bryan Kocis.News of the killing of the forty-four-year-old (stabbed twenty-eight times, his throat slashed to near decapitation) in his suburban home sends shock waves through the bucolic Pennsylvania town. Neighbors were horrified to hear about the murder but equally astonished to learn that Kocis ran a small but thriving online porn operation from his home.The murder investigation leads police and prosecutors to the far reaches of the country, from Virginia to New York City, to Las Vegas, and ultimately to a nude beach in San Diego, where investigators facilitate an incredible clandestine suspect surveillance. The manhunt nets Harlow Cuadra and his lover Joseph Kerekes, both former military men, turned male models, turned hustlers, turned porn producers, who finally land at the bottom of a deadly conspiracy.Cobra Killer takes readers into the sometimes alluring, sometimes dangerous and often surprising world of gay porn and the deceit, schemes, and ultimate betrayals lying underneath the fantasy.
 
Nightmare Stalkers & Dream Walkers
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Winner of the P & E Readers Poll 2013 - 2nd place for best anthology of the year.Welcome to the dreaded night realm... lingering just beneath your eyelids, where the hellish things borne of fear eagerly await your arrival.Prepare to be whiplashed to the darkest regions of 32 wicked minds, and forced to stare into their collective abyss. This world is chock-full of the stuff dreams are made of, but more than likely, if you find yourself in the minds of one of these authors, you’ll awaken to a nightmare. This fear you’re experiencing is like a virus, it will spread to every inch of your body, sending not only a chill down your spine but reaching into the very depths of your soul… You’ll journey to the darkest corners of these author’s minds, as you confront the living, breathing entity that is fear.Edited by Suzie Lockhart & Bruce Lockhart 2nd.
 
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