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Publication Order of Edward Humes Environmental Books

Eco Barons (2009)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Force of Nature (2011)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Garbology (2012)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Edward Humes True Crime Books

Buried Secrets A true story of Serial Murder, Black Magic, and Drug-Running on the U.S. Border (1990)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Buried Secrets: A True Story of Serial Murder (1991)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Murderer with a Badge (1992)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mississippi Mud (1994)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
No Matter How Loud I Shout (1996)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mean Justice (1999)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Inside the Snitch Tank (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Burned (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of History Books

Over Here (2006)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Door to Door (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Social Science Books

School of Dreams (2004)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Monkey Girl (2007)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Edward Humes Food Books

A Man and His Mountain (2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Edward Humes Medical Books

Baby ER (2000)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

About Edward Humes

A Pulitzer-prize winning writer and journalist, the American author Edward Humes is highly regarded for his distinctive style of writing. Well known for his attention to detail, he really manages to get to the heart of what it is that he’s reporting on, allowing the reader to really feel is if they’re gaining a full understanding of it. Publishing a large number of non-fiction titles, he completely invests himself in what it is that the book’s about for its duration, delving right to its core. This is why he’s become so prolific over the years, with many of his peers and contemporaries alike singing his many praises. It has also led to him becoming a lot more prominent within his field, with his voice being a highly sought after one in the industry.

Looking at a whole range of different subjects, from the military to the ongoings of a trial, he has covered a wide number of bases. Not only that, but he also has a selection of true crime novels within his backlog of work as well, many of them leaving no stone unturned either. This has all led to the successful writing career that he currently has today, something which will continue for some time to come.

Early and Personal Life

Born and raised in Philadelphia in the United States, Edward Humes was always keen on both reading and writing. Going on to attend Hampshire College he would continue this fascination, all the while nurturing and refining this passion. This would all pay off after he left college as he would go on to receive a Pulitzer for his work in journalism, giving him a name and profile that continues to be respected.

Speaking passionately on a number of different subjects, he has managed to make his voice heard with a considerable amount of success. Writing over thirteen non-fiction books and counting, he has also taught at Whitney High School located in Cerritos, California. It was his work here that inspired him to writer ‘School of Dreams’ in 2004, as he lives with his wife, the journalist Donna Wares, whilst continuing to write from his home in Southern California.

Writing Career

Publishing his first full book in 1992, Edward Humes would initially publish the title ‘Murderer With A Badge’, which would focus on ‘The Secret Life of Rogue Cop’. Following this would be a collection of true crime titles, along with in-depth investigations on contemporary issues facing society. Prior to all this he would write articles and essays, which was where he gained his Pulitzer prize from in 1989 for investigating the United States military. With a lot more to come yet, his writing career grows from strength-to-strength with a lot more to follow in the near future.

Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair With Trash

First released through the Avery publishing outlet, this would be published in April 2012 as a stand-alone piece. Working as a non-fiction title, it provides a straightforward and direct piece of reporting from Edward Humes as a journalist. Providing a straightforward message that is straight to the point and direct, it’s a visceral and intelligent title from the prolific reporter.

Essentially providing a clear analysis of the waste industry as a whole, this title doesn’t shy away from providing a message as well. Knowing exactly what he wants to say, Edward Humes really manages to create a strong and vivid look at where the American waste industry is headed. Not only that, but it also provides a powerful and robust template for anyone outside of America as well, with this book clearly having a large amount of international appeal too. Stating the facts too, Humes has a clear passion for the details too, which makes this book a lot more genuine and powerful because of it.

With the average American producing approximately 102 tons of garbage over the course of an entire lifetime, along with $50 billion in riches being squandered. This is just the beginning though, as Edward Humes pays closer inspection to what it is that’s driving all this excessive waste and how it can possibly be averted. Talking to workers throughout the waste disposal industry, he aims to get to the heart of the matter, looking at what can be done to make the process all the more effective. Looking at the future too, Humes manages to paint a vision of where the industry should be heading, in order to be better and more environmentally productive. Providing a template for a more cost efficient industry, this really is a book that manages to provide a full and vivid portrait of the waste industry as a whole.

Mean Justice

Originally published in 1999, this would be a stand-alone title relating a true story, with Edward Humes getting behind the scenes. Released through the ‘Pocket Books’ publishing label, it would manage to lay bare all the details of the cases and their many injustice. Telling it in a matter of fact manner, it definitely shows Humes at his most potent and visceral here, telling the individuals stories with both passion and power.

Providing a no holds barred look at the world of criminal justice reform, this goes behind the scenes on local community initiatives. Examining the key details, it leaves nothing out when looking at what can go wrong with such programs and how they fail. Speaking to key figures that have been effected by program, it seeks to bring the issues to light and how they can be avoided in the future. Offering a message about society at large too, it really manages to say something about the potential negative impact that these cases can have.

Taking place in Bakersfield in California, this looks at a group of highly savvy and skilled prosecutors who stepped in to save the town from being crime ridden. Congratulated by the community at large, it would seem that everything was ideal on the surface, but it soon transpired that many of the people punished were in fact innocent. Journeying to the heart of it all, Edward Humes meets the victims of these tough policies, and how they affected good people who got caught up in conspiracies of lies. With these policies extending across America as well, Humes examines the fundamental flaws in this system, and what happens when innocent people have their life taken from them. Will they ever get their peace of mind? Can they possibly hope to overturn the system? What happens when the town dispenses their mean justice?

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