Nate Hendley appears on AHC

Two interviews with Nate Hendley appear today on the American Heroes Channel. A year ago in New York city Last year Nate was in the hustle and hype of New York City being interviewed for the Mafia series by The American Heroes Channel. He spoke about gangsters Dutch Schultz and Al Capone, “who are not considered heroes, in case anyone wondered,” says Nate. If you subscribe to AHC, you may be able to catch the…

Allow me to introduce: Nate Hendley

In the retrospective of Five Rivers’ decade of publishing, one of the first authors to join our cadre was crime-writer and investigative journalist, Nate Hendley. I met Nate in 2009 through an introduction from Paul Lima. After Altitude Publishing closed its doors, several of Nate’s books were orphaned, and he and I discussed the possibility of re-issuing updated versions of them. Those books included: Al Capone: Chicago’s King of Crime; Dutch Schultz: the Brazen Beer Baron…

The Boy on the Bicycle

July 1, 2018, Five Rivers releases Nate Hendley’s in-depth, expose, The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction in Toronto.  The story chronicles the wrongful conviction of Ron Moffatt in the mid-20th century, and his subsequent exoneration. Sadly, although Mr. Moffatt received an apology, he never received any kind of compensation for the egregious harm he suffered because of police bungling. We are pleased to reveal the cover created by Five Rivers’ artistic…

Nate Hendley’s crime bio, Al Capone coming in audio

Nate Hendley’s hugely popular biography, Al Capone: Chicago’s King of Crime, will be available in the early fall of 2018 as an audiobook. Narrated by John Campagna, the biography is a concise, well-researched overview about this most renowned and infamous of gangster, Al Capone. John Campagna brings to the audio production a considerable body of experience, with a very resonant baritone voice, good enunciation and cadence. Al Capone, Chicago’s King of Crime, presently ranks 332 on Amazon’s books…