About the book

Mayhem in 1982

The Vengeance of the Bastard

Mayhem in 1982 is rooted in the true story of Long Island’s most infamous crime spree. On Friday night, Memorial Day weekend in 1982, five Brooklyn thugs, known as the Belmont Avenue Boys,

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About the Authors

B.D. Renard, is a native New Yorker, Army veteran, retired businessman, and eight time author, who has a very personal and emotional interest in this story, as his daughter, home from college, began her very first night as the hostess at the Seacrest Diner on that fateful evening back in May of 1982 Fortunately,… Read more
John F. Nolan, now deceased, was also a native New Yorker. Following enlistment in the U.S Marine Corps, he served in the Nassau County NY Police Department for twenty four years, with fourteen of those as a supervisor in the Detective Division. Nolan completed his last nine years in the homicide Squad. Promoted to Lieutenant of Detectives,… Read more

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Excerpts from the book

Poor Boy pulled up to the door in a black, four door Fleetwood Cadillac. “Someone call a cab for a ride to Babylonia?” he laughed. As the Boys filed out, each took up a seat. – Pg 16  Read more

Poor Boy and Cobra’s female victims, saw, for the first time , other women lying naked or partially naked. At the sight of their impending fate, the new batch of lady captives… – Pg 26 Read more

Cobra was trembling. Since Anthony had picked him as the first to die. Cobra shook his head from left to right and wiggled his fingers and toes. – Pg 167 Read more