News and investigations / True crime

New Releases

icon Subscribe to feed

Browse

Best Selling

New Releases

Our Selection

Awards

 

Category

Delete True crime

 

Language

English (2013)

French (41)

German (133)

Spanish (160)

Italian (241)

 

Protection

All (2013)

DRM Free (49)

DRM (1964)

More options

Murder in the City

by Wilfried Kaute & Tom L. Dunne

When night falls on New York, the shadows are everywhere and death wears many faces. How the victims leave their bodies is deeply personal, but the witnesses to their death and the factors that brought it about...


Dock Boss

by Neil G. Clark

?At a time when New York City’s booming waterfront industry was ruled by lawless criminals, one gangster towered above the rest and secretly controlled the docks for over thirty years. Dock Boss: The Story...


Chasing Diana: Perception vs. Reality

by Jack Firestone & Robin Firestone

TAGLINE: While vacationing in Paris, the lives of an American family collide with the fatal automobile crash of the world’s most beloved Princess. INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY.

Princess Diana was killed on August...


The Grim Sleeper

by Christine Pelisek

Christine Pelisek – petite, blonde, Canadian – seems the least likely reporter to have broken the story on the longest running serial killer west of the Mississippi. But in 2008 she did just that with her...


Stop! Armed Police!

by Stephen Smith

Join veteran crime-fighter Stephen Smith on a journey through the dark and dangerous world of the Metropolitan Police specialist firearms command from its inception in 1966, when the cold-blooded murder of three...


Killing for You

by Keith Elliot Greenberg

Killing For You is True Crime veteran Keith Elliot Greenberg's shocking, authoritative account of a brutal double murder.

A KILLER PLOT

Twenty-six-year-old actor Daniel Wozniak was unemployed, facing eviction,...


Murder In Matera

by Helene Stapinski

"Tantalizing" NPR

“A thrilling detective story… Stapinski pursues the study of her family’s criminal genealogy with unexpected emotional results.” — Library Journal

A writer goes deep into the...


The Art of Cooperative Intelligence

by Mark D Grissom

The success of our society is absolutely dependent upon cooperation-based activities, and environments. Regardless of who you are, how you contribute to society, or where you live, almost every important outcome...


Ian Brady

by Alan Keightley

Since May 1966 when Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were sentenced to life imprisonment at Chester Assizes the British public has been absorbed and horrified by the Moors Murders. Ian Brady has often been aptly described...


Don't Forget Maude: The Tale of Two Sisters

by Catherine Kenney Wilcoxson, Christopher P.E. Wilcoxson & Paul W Wilcoxson

All choices, good ones and bad, create change. Not unlike a

ripple in a pond, the choices often have unforeseen and farreaching

effects, even beyond distant spans of time. The

kinAll choices, good ones and bad,...


Don't Forget Maude

by Catherine Kenney Wilcoxson, Christopher P.E. Wilcoxson & Paul W Wilcoxson

All choices, good ones and bad, create change. Not unlike a

ripple in a pond, the choices often have unforeseen and farreaching

effects, even beyond distant spans of time. The

kinAll choices, good ones and bad,...


The Border Outlaws

by James W. Buel

An authentic history of the desperate adventures of the four Younger Brothers has become a necessity.

Their lives require no romantic or exaggerated shading to make the narrative remarkable. Their deeds are as...


The Art of Cooperative Intelligence

by Mark D Grissom

The success of our society is absolutely dependent upon cooperation-based activities, and environments. Regardless of who you are, how you contribute to society, or where you live, almost every important outcome...


The Grim Sleeper: The Lost Women of South Central

by Christine Pelisek

The definitive book on the hunt to find the most ruthless serial killer in Los Angeles' history, told by the fearless reporter who broke the story


AMERICAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM INC: Rogue Prosecutions in an Era of Mass Incarceration

by Fred Eghobor

Civil society flourishes when its people – young or old, black or white or brown – can trust that justice will be dispensed without fear or favor.

The United States is only about 5 percent of the world’s...


The Pierre Hotel Affair: How Eight Gentlemen Thieves Plundered $28 Million in the Largest Jewel Heist in History

by Daniel Simone & Nick Sacco

The startling and sensational true story of the most famous unsolved heist in American history: the theft of $28 million in jewels from the Pierre Hotel. New York City, 1972.

Bobby Comfort and Sammy “the Arab”...


Undaunted

by Matthew Sandusky

The Jerry Sandusky case had little to do with football and everything to do with the insidious danger that comes from those we willingly hand our children over to because we trust them. In this unflinching memoir...


Fast Eddie

by Eddie Maher

9.30am on 22 January 1993. The moment in crime history that one of Britain's most audacious thefts ever took place and the legend of 'Fast Eddie' was created. This is the story of how Securicor guard Eddie Maher...


American Kingpin: The Epic Hunt for the Criminal Mastermind Behind the Silk Road

by Nick Bilton

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER. The unbelievable true story of the man who built a billion-dollar online drug empire from his bedroom—and almost got away with it

 

In 2011, a twenty-six-year-old libertarian programmer...


Ugly Prey: An Innocent Woman and the Death Sentence That Scandalized Jazz Age Chicago

by Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi

An Italian immigrant who spoke little English and struggled to scrape together a living on her primitive family farm outside Chicago, Sabella Nitti was arrested in 1923 for the murder of her missing husband....