For the past handful of a long time, Hyannis indigenous Casey Sherman and his creating husband or wife, Dave Wedge, have been hanging out with some rather lousy guys.

Or, additional correctly, with memories of them.

The authors have created the stories of mobster Joe “The Animal” Barboza and mob manager Whitey Bulger and his Winter season Hill gang. In “The Last Days of John Lennon,” which was released in December, they advised the tale of Mark David Chapman, who shot to death the iconic Beatles frontman.

The book, published on the 40th anniversary of Lennon’s death, was unveiled with terrific fanfare — and 300,000 copies in the initially operate — in partnership with internationally recognised author James Patterson.

In this TV screen shot, a marque for "Good Morning, America" in New York City shows "The Last Days of John Lennon," which local authors Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge published with worldwide author James Patterson in December.

“We did all the investigate and wrote the initially draft and then worked with Jim to get it into his fashion,” Sherman explained, mentioning Patterson’s signature limited chapters and cliffhangers. “It was a excellent project and collaboration all around with literally the major writer in the earth.”

This week, Sherman and Wedge additional a weekly podcast, “Saints, Sinners & Serial Killers,” to their correct-criminal offense empire of textbooks, flicks and Tv miniseries.