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Life in the fast lane: Road to redemption

by S D Rokkatansky

It's the 90's, and a war is being waged on the streets of Melbourne. Society is on one side fighting for their city- Tommy and his crew are on the other side with spray cans in hand. Graffiti is thier life,...

Then No One Can Have Her

by Caitlin Rother

“I couldn't stop reading Caitlin Rother's Then No One Can Have Her. It's riveting, revealing, and insightful."--Suzy Spencer, New York Times bestselling author of Wasted

She thought she had married her soulmate....


by Tom Connolly

Tom Connolly joined An Garda Síochána in 1955, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather. His early days on the force were spent in various villages and towns around Ireland, tracking petty...

Bali Undercover

by Malcolm Scott

In this follow-up to his chart-topping "Bali Raw", Malcolm Scott strips off the island’s sunny veneer to reveal its dark and dirty underbelly, taking the reader where no tourist guide ever will. Take a walk...

Bygone Punishments

by William Andrews

The history of corporal punishment provides a fascinating window into societal attitudes towards law and order, gender relationships and generational discipline as well. Although a somewhat macabre subject,...

My Defense


My Defense is a true-but-forbidden-to-tell-story that covers the lonely fight of a family father of now five mixed children, and his beloved wife, how he had to defend their children from being kidnapped and...

Seattle Justice: The Rise and Fall of the Police Payoff System in Seattle

by Christopher T. Bayley

This is the story of one of the youngest county prosecutors in the country whose mission was to finally end the system of vice and corruption that had infiltrated Seattle's police department, municipal departments,...

They All Love Jack

by Bruce Robinson

For over a hundred years, the mystery of Jack the Ripper has been a source of unparalleled fascination and horror, spawning an army of obsessive theorists and endless volumes purporting to finally reveal the...

Dark Justice

by Dianne Cooper, Ivy Valentine Pate & Alex Donawa

Dark Justice, by Pamela O'Hara writing as Dianne Cooper, is a dark, gritty, and heartbreakingly honest account of one woman’s journey through the Federal Penitentiary system. While continuously proclaiming...


by David Leslie


Carstairs, the State Hospital in Lanarkshire, Scotland, is a hospital like no other. Effectively a prison for some of the most violent and insane criminals in our society, it...

Wild Man

by Alecia Simmonds

In April 2012 a man was shot dead by police on a remote farm in New South Wales called the School of Happiness. The victim, who was high on a cocktail of drugs and who suffered from mental illness, had been...

CRACK99: The Takedown of a $100 Million Chinese Software Pirate

by David Locke Hall

The utterly gripping story of the most outrageous case of cyber piracy prosecuted by the U.S. Department of Justice.

A former U.S. Navy intelligence officer, David Locke Hall was a federal prosecutor when a...

An End To Murder: Human beings have always been cruel, savage and murderous. Is all that about to change?

by Colin Wilson & Damon Wilson

Creatively and intellectually there is no other species that has ever come close to equalling humanity?s achievements, but nor is any other species as suicidally prone to internecine conflict. We are the only...


by Sarah Rose


‘I couldn’t grieve for him. I couldn’t speak to any of my family. It was like I’d been found guilty before I could be proved innocent’

Losing a child is any mother’s worst...

The Shooting of Rabbit Wells: A White Cop, a Young Man of Color, and an American Tragedy; with a New Introduction by the Author

by William Loizeaux

What put a white cop and a black youth on a tragic collision course? This moving account is more timely than ever.

On a frigid winter’s night in 1973, William “Rabbit” Wells, a young man of mixed race, was...

Hitler's Art Thief

by Susan Ronald

The world was stunned when eighty-year old Cornelius Gurlitt became an international media superstar in November 2013 on the discovery of over 1,400 artworks in his 1,076 square-foot Munich apartment, valued...

An Uncommon History of Common Things

by John Thompson, Bethanne Patrick & Henry Petroski

Sometime about 30,000 years ago, somebody stuck a sharp rock into a split stick—and presto! The axe was born. Our inquisitive species just loves tinkering, testing, and pushing the limits, and this delightfully...

The Rising: Murder, Heartbreak, and the Power of Human Resilience in an American Town

by Ryan D'Agostino

The astonishing story of one man’s recovery in the face of traumatic loss—and a powerful meditation on the resilience of the soul


On July 23, 2007, Dr. William Petit suffered an unimaginable horror: Armed...

Dancing at Ciro's

by Sheila Weller

In 1958, young Sheila Weller was living a charmed life with her family in Beverly Hills. Her father was a brilliant brain surgeon. Her mother was a movie-magazine writer whose brother owned Hollywood's most...

Blood Justice

by Tom Henderson

In 1991, flight attendant Nancy Ludwig checked in to an airport hotel near Detroit. The next morning she was found gagged, raped, and tortured-her throat slit with such rage that she was nearly decapitated....