True Crime

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  1. Book ImageWhere the Money Is: True Tales from the Bank Robbery Capital of the World

    Gordon Dillow, William J. Rehder

    "With the style and pacing of a good novel...should become a standard in the genre."—Publishers WeeklyMore

  2. Book ImageTill Death Us Do Part: A True Murder Mystery

    Vincent Bugliosi, Ken Hurwitz

    "Bugliosi, the quintessential prosecutor, has written a crime book that should be read by every lawyer and judge in America."—F. Lee BaileyMore

  3. Book ImageA Mind for Murder: The Education of the Unabomber and the Origins of Modern Terrorism

    Alston Chase

    "With its unusual emphasis and sometimes surprisingly personal tone, this may become the definitive Kaczynksi volume."—Publishers WeeklyMore

  4. Book ImageHelter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders

    Vincent Bugliosi, Curt Gentry

    The #1 True Crime Bestseller of All Time—7 Million Copies SoldMore

  5. Book ImageThe Stranger Beside Me: Ted Bundy: The Classic Story of Seduction and Murder

    Ann Rule

    The Twentieth Anniversary Edition

    "As dramatic and chilling as a bedroom window shattering at midnight." —New York TimesMore

  6. Book ImageOne of Ours: Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing

    Richard A. Serrano

    Abandoned by his mother as a child, betrayed by the army, enraged at the government's tactics at Waco, Timothy McVeigh undertook to avenge what the far right sees as the undoing of America. While the militias and fanatics ranted, McVeigh alone decided to act. He believed he was starting a revolution, but what he did was galvanize a nation against the very hatred he espoused.More

  7. Book ImageFatal Justice: Reinvestigating the MacDonald Murders

    Jerry Allen Potter, Fred Bost

    For every reader of Joe McGinniss's Fatal Vision, here at last is the complete story.More

  8. Book ImageThe Making of a Detective

    Harvey Rachlin

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  9. Book ImageThe Crimes of Patriots: A True Tale of Dope, Dirty Money, and the CIA

    Jonathan Kwitny

    The Crimes of Patriots will reveal how an obscure Australian bank, Nugan Hand Ltd., came to occupy the central position in a vast network of drug transactions, fraud, secret arms deals, and covert intelligence operations.More

  10. Book ImageVicious Circles: The Mafia in the Marketplace

    Jonathan Kwitny

    “[Vicious Circles is] eminently readable, indeed fascinating…[A] courageous, brilliant exposé.” —ChoiceMore

  11. Book ImageMay God Have Mercy: A True Story of Crime and Punishment

    John C. Tucker

    In some states by law, in others by tradition, judges imposing a sentence of death complete the grim ritual with the words, "May God have mercy on your soul."More

  12. Book ImageMissing Beauty: A True Story of Murder and Obsession

    Teresa Carpenter

    Originally published in 1989, this true crime thriller brilliantly reconstructs one of the most extensive murder investigations in recent years the disappearance of Robin Benedict, a beautiful commercial artist and moonlighting prostitute, and her relationship with the suspect, the eminent Dr. William Douglas.More

  13. Book ImagePublic Enemies: The Mayor, The Mob, and the Crime That Was

    George Walsh

    Both William O'Dwyer, the 104th mayor of New York City, and Frank Costello, prime minister of the underworld, were immigrants, and there the similarity might have ended, except for the televised Kefauver hearings on organized crime in 1951 that linked them forever.More

  14. Book ImageVictorian Studies in Scarlet: Murders and Manners in the Age of Victoria

    Richard D. Altick

    "Of course I do not wish for murders," a character in a nineteenth-century novel remarks, "but when there is one, why, I like it. It is human nature." Human nature it is indeed, and murder has always fascinated mankind. Never, however, was the absorption more tireless, never was the shudder of terror closer to enjoyment than in the Victorian era.More

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