Susan M. Guy’s latest book, “The Moonlight Mill Murders of Steubenville, Ohio” was well-researched. It contains many photos and abstracts from the Steubenville Herald Star. Susan’s background and professional career has provided her with the talent required to accurately write this story. The reader of this book will get a feel of what working in a steel mill in Steubenville was really like. The author did not downplay any of the events she found in her research. I highly recommend this book to anyone that loves any type of history. On a personal note, I met Susan when she was doing research for her first book, “Mobsters, Madams & Murder in Steubenville, Ohio-The Story of Little Chicago” At the time of the writing of the first book, I was Local Historian/Genealogist for the Schiappa Branch of the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County, Ohio. This is the library where she performed much of her research. Susan and I had many conversations about the technique she was using. I was very impressed at the scope of her research and of her writing skills in both volumes. (Sandy Day, Retired Local Historian/Genealogist for the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County, Ohio)