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The Making of a Serial Killer: The Real Story of the Gainesville Murders in the Killer's Own Words

by Danny Rolling & SONDRA LONDON

The man convicted of the vicious murders of five college students in Gainesville, Florida, discusses his motivations and actions in commiting the crimes, reflects on what made him into a killer, and his struggle...


Killer Fiction: Stories that Convicted the Ex-Cop of Murder

by SCHAEFER SCHAEFER & SONDRA LONDON

Including a foreword by a woman who once dated him, the perverse, violent stories, poetry, and fantastic scribblings of a man convicted in 1972 of murdering two women chart the killer's extreme pathology.


The Great Train Robbery: The Myth of The Ulsterman

by Jim Morris

The true origins of the plot for the Great Train Robbery will never be know for sure, there are too many twists and turns that its difficult to see what is fact and what is legend. The popular legend has it...


Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Bolton

by Glynis Cooper

Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Bolton takes the reader on a sinister journey through centuries of local crime, meeting villains of all sorts along the way. There is no shortage of harrowing incidents of...


Respecifying Lab Ethnography: An Ethnomethodological Study of Experimental Physics

by Philippe Sormani

Respecifying Lab Ethnography delivers the first ethnomethodological study of current experimental physics in action, describing the disciplinary orientation of lab work and exploring the discipline in its social...


The Poetics of Crime: Understanding and Researching Crime and Deviance Through Creative Sources

by Michael Hviid Jacobsen

The Poetics of Crime is an invitation to reconsider and reimagine how criminological knowledge may be creatively and poetically constructed, obtained, corroborated and applied. Departing from the conventional...


Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Staffordshire & The Potteries

by Nicholas Corder

In Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Staffordshire and the Potteries the chill is brought close to home as each chapter investigates the darker side of humanity in notorious cases of murder, deceit and pure...


Gangs

by Tony Thompson

Organised crime is now the country's third biggest industry. The number of gangland murders, shootings and kidnappings, along with the levels of drug trafficking, people smuggling and money laundering, have...


Australian Tragic: Gripping Tales From the Dark Side of Our History

by Jack Marx

A compelling collection of tales from Australia's dark heart - of catastrophe and misfortune, intrigue and passion, betrayal and tragedy.

AUSTRALIAN TRAGIC ranges across our past and our present: the heartbreaking...


Trial of H.H. Crippen

by Filson Young

In The Trial of H H Crippen, Filson Young compiles the transcript of one of the most famous murder trials of the early 20th century. Young gives us a clear image of the quiet, considerate doctor, and why such...


To Encourage the Others

by David Yallop

The Murder Case that Shook a Generation

On 2nd November 1952, two teenagers were trapped by police on a warehouse roof. In the course of what the national press were to describe as 'a Chicago-style gun battle',...


The Day the Laughter Stopped

by David Yallop

The true story behind the 'Fatty Arbuckle' Scandl

David Yallop is no stranger to controversy. The impact of his investigations in such bestsellers as In God's Name, Beyond Reasonable Doubt and To Encourage the...


Deliver us from Evil

by David Yallop

The murders, the arrest, the trial. First world publication of the full story.

David Yallop is the investigative writer whose previous books, including the bestselling To Encourage the Others and Beyond Reasonable...


Beyond Reasonable Doubt?

by David Yallop

On 17th June, 1970, in a small farming district, south of Auckland, New Zealand, Harvey and Jeanette Crewe were shot and killed in the lounge of their home. Five months later, a neighbour, Arthur Allan Thomas,...


To the Ends of the Earth

by David Yallop

ON Friday 27th June 1975 a young Venezuelan burst from a Paris apartment straight into the world's headlines.

He left for dead four men. He had previously blithely lobbed a grenade into a crowded cafe, attempted...


Pin Action: Small-Time Gangsters, High-Stakes Gambling, and the Teenage Hustler Who Became a Bowling Champion

by Gianmarc Manzione

"The Color of Money" meets "The Big Lebowski." Pin Action is an inspiring and improbable story of transcendence, redemption, survival and one of the greatest, forgotten sports legends in New York City sports...


The Cult of Violence

by John Pearson

John Pearson knows more about the Krays than anyone alive. Legend, starring Tom Hardy, was based on his book The Profession of Violence and it was Pearson who exposed the Boothby connection in 1994. In 1967...


The Profession of Violence

by John Pearson

The classic, bestselling account of the infamous Kray twins, now a major film, LEGEND, starring Tom Hardy.

Reggie and Ronald Kray ruled London's gangland during the 1960s with a ruthlessness and viciousness that...


Murder in Brentwood

by Mark Fuhrman & Vincent Bugliosi

For audiences of the popular FX television series The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, based on Jeffrey Toobin's The Run of His Life and starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., John Travolta, David Schwimmer,...


Great Train Robbery - The Three who Escaped Justice: A Question of Alibis?

by Jim Morris

Three of the great train robbers were never brought before a court. Why not? That's the simple question. And there are times when the simple question has a simple answer - but it is avoided by all observers...