Thieving Pilgrims. Bootlegging fishermen. Murderous Methodists. Cape Cod, a place where even the president of the United States can't hide.
In Cape Cod Confidential, veteran journalist Evan J. Albright unearths more than four centuries of peculiar crime and scandal in America's Vacationland. "The combination of crime and olde Cape Cod exerts a strong attraction for the public," writes New York Times bestselling author Paul Kemprecos in his foreword. "Maybe it is the lonely beaches, the cloaking fogs, or that, despite its growth, there are parts of the Cape where no one can hear you scream."