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Lizzie Didn't Do It!

by William Masterton

On August 4, 1892, an elderly couple living in Fall River, Massachusetts, was slaughtered with a hatchet. Their daughter, Lizzie Borden, was first accused of the crime, then tried for it, and acquitted of it...


101 Interesting Facts on Britain's True Life Crimes

by Mike Gray

Are you interested in true life crime? Would you like to find out more about some of the most highly publicised crimes ever committed in Great Britain? Are you curious about the UK's most notorious murderers,...


Victorian Murders: Mysteries of Police and Crime

by Major Arthur Griffiths & Arthur Rackham

Victorian Murders contains all the most shocking cases of murder from Victorian true-crime classic Mysteries of Police and Crime. The author knew many of the greatest detectives of the day, and, as a result,...


Victorian Csi

by William A Guy, David Ferrier & William R Smith

The first edition of William A Guy's Principles of Forensic Medicine was published at the start of Victoria's reign; the final edition, from which these selections derive, was published towards the end, just...


The Sociology of Knowledge in a Time of Crisis: Challenging the Phantom of Liberty

by Onofrio Romano

The speed of social dynamics has overtaken the speed of thought. Adopting a dialectical perspective towards reality, social theory has always detected faults in the dominant social pattern, foreseeing crises...


The Valentino Affair: The Jazz Age Murder Scandal That Shocked New York Society and Gripped the World

by Colin Evans

Few of silent film heartthrob Rudolph Valentino’s adoring fans knew that he got his start by trying to escape a dirty secret. The lurid tale began in 1912 when notorious playboy Jack de Saulles made headlines...


Food in Film: A Culinary Performance of Communication

by Jane Ferry

First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Gentlemen Bootleggers: The True Story of Templeton Rye, Prohibition, and a Small Town in Cahoots

by Bryce T. Bauer

During Prohibition, while Al Capone was rising to worldwide prominence as Public Enemy Number One, the townspeople of rural Templeton, Iowa—population just 418—were busy with a bootlegging empire of their...


Manhunters: Criminal Profilers and Their Search for the World's Most Wanted Serial Killers

by Colin Wilson

Author Colin Wilson opens this illuminating psychological discussion with the development of the 1977 Behavioral Science Unit, which was set up in order to answer the many questions surrounding serial killers:...


HELLBOUND: The Sadistic Sex Murders Of Harvey Glatman

by Edward S. Sullivan

Harvey Glatman was, from his teenage years onward, obsessed with ropes and bondage, pornography, and a burning desire to dominate women through fear. Inspired by his huge collection of bondage art and photography...


A Mix of Murders: Fifteen Historic English Cases from the Twentieth Century

by Grahame Farrell

A Mix of Murders forms Grahame Farrell's exciting debut within the true-crime genre, and treats the reader to fifteen in-depth accounts of 20th Century murders. Researched meticulously, and possessing a clear,...


Gaslight Villainy: True Tales of Victorian Murder

by Grahame Farrell

Hot on the heels of A Mix of Murders, Gaslight Villainy forms Grahame Farrell's second volume of gripping true-murder cases. But where A Mix of Murders covers the Twentieth Century, Gaslight Villainy treats...


Boston Mob

by Marc Songini

The New England Mafia was a hugely powerful organization that survived by using violence to ruthlessly crush anyone that threatened it, or its lucrative gambling, loansharking, bootlegging and other enterprises....


Lizzie Didn't Do It; Emma Did!

by Elaine E. Watson

On a hot summer day in August of 1892, a double murder took place in Fall River, Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Borden were killed in their own home by a person or persons unknown who attacked them with...


Getting Life: An Innocent Man's 25-Year Journey from Prison to Peace

by Michael Morton

He spent twenty-five years in prison for a crime he did not commit. He lost his wife, his son, and his freedom. This is the story of how Michael Morton finally got justice—and a second chance at life.

On August...


Jack of Jumps

by David Seabrook

Between 1959 and 1965, eight prostitutes were murdered in West London by a serial killer. These murders were the most notorious unsolved crimes of the twentieth century. This book reconstructs the investigation...


An Accidental Anarchist: How the Killing of a Humble Jewish Immigrant by Chicago's Chief of Police Exposed the Conflict Between Law & Order and Civil

by Walter Roth

It was a bitter cold morning in March, 1908. A nineteen-year-old Jewish immigrant traversed the confusing and unfamiliar streets of Chicago–a one-and-a-half-hour-long journey–from his ghetto home on Washburne...


The Future of Cities

by Andrew Blowers, Chris Hamnett & Philip Sarre

This collection of readings draws on material from a wide range of sources - from the past and present and from literature and technology - and is concentrated on the areas which seem most relevant to the planning...


A Geography of Urban Places

by Robert G. Putnam, Frank J. Taylor & Philip K. Kettle

This book presents a selection of readings to present varied opinions, approaches and reports from various international professional journals. Among the journals represented are: Regional Science Association...


Tales from the Terrific Register: The Book of Pirates

by Cate Ludlow

One hundred and eighty-five years ago, the Terrific Register thrilled its readers with tales of Turkish princes and wicked thieves, black-hearted murderers, wicked massacres and the boldest criminals ever to...