Suzanne:  Targeted for Death is Corkin Cherubini's first work of fiction.  He draws the characters in this book from a host of social reformers he has met, brave individuals whose integrity, honesty, and sense of fair play is a odds with a power structure ruled by those intent upon ultimate control of society.

     Dr. Cherubini was awarded the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award in 1996 for his efforts to correct racial inequities in education.

     Gang Stalking:  The Threat to Humanity  is Cherubini's account of his own discovery of being targeted.   He is concerned that the majority of Americans are totally unaware of a crime that has existed unchecked for over a half century.