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The Mob and the City: The Hidden History of How the Mafia Captured New York

by C. Alexander Hortis & James B. Jacobs

Forget what you think you know about the Mafia.  After reading this book, even life-long mob aficionados will have a new perspective on organized crime.

Informative, authoritative, and eye-opening, this is the...


A Time to Attack

by Matthew Kroenig

Iran's advanced nuclear program may be the world's most important emerging international security challenge. If not stopped, a nuclear-capable Iran will mean an even more crisis-prone Middle East, a potential...


Deadly Vows: The True Story of a Zealous Preacher, A Polygamous Union and a Savage Murder

by Leif M. Wright

Sean Goff was a dynamic Pentecostal minister who was already running his own church by the age of twenty-two. He had wed a pliable teenager and bent her to his will, eventually convincing her to agree to his...


Blood Brotherhoods: A History of Italy's Three Mafias

by John Dickie

MAFIA. CAMORRA. ’NDRANGHETA.

The Sicilian mafia, known as Cosa Nostra, is far from being Italy’s only dangerous criminal fraternity. The country hosts two other major mafias: the camorra from Naples; and,...


Bloody Justice

by Anita Arvast

On the night of April 7, 2006, eight members of the motorcycle gang the Bandidos were killed execution style and left in a farmer's field near London, Ontario. The brutal slaying, the largest mass killing in...


The Savage City

by T. J. English

In the early 1960s, uncertainty and menace gripped New York, crystallizing in a poisonous divide between a deeply corrupt, cynical, and racist police force, and an African American community buffeted by economicdistress,...


Rewilding the World

by Caroline Fraser

A gripping account of the environmental crusade to save the world’s most endangered species and landscapes—the last best hope for preserving our natural home

Scientists worldwide are warning of the looming...


Fatal Embrace

by Cris Barrish & Peter Meyer

When Anne Marie Fahey, beautiful, ambitious secretary to the Governor of Delaware, disappeared in June of 1996, all eyes immediately turned to Thomas Capano, the high-powered attorney with whom Anne Marie had...


I Would Find a Girl Walking

by Kathy Kelly & Diana Montane

What made me kill and kill again?

I can't answer that except like this...

Culled from interviews with the lead investigator and the victims' families, and exclusive access to the killer, this is a revealing,...


Joan of Naples: Celebrated Crimes

by Alexandre Dumas

Celebrated as one of the masters of historical fiction, Alexandre Dumas, pere wrote such masterworks as The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. His series Celebrated Crimes delved into eight historical...


Secrets from the Grave

by Maria Eftimiades

He was a beloved family physician and a ruthless doctor of death who almost got away with murder.

It was a friendly hunting trip-- two men kicking back, shooting at clay pigeons on campgrounds near rural Montrose,...


Do One Green Thing

by Mindy Pennybacker & Meryl Streep

If you can only read and reference one green thing, make it this book:  an easily comprehensible, clearly presented source for green living and conservation. Everything you need to know is right here at your...


The World in Prismatic Views

by Chary Rangacharyulu & Emmanuel Haven

This is one of the few unique books that explicitly explores what the common methodologies are across disciplines that stretch from the humanities to the exact sciences. The goal is to compare and contrast the...


Jacks and Jokers

by Matthew Condon

Continuing on from the bestselling Three Crooked Kings, Jacks and Jokers opens in 1976. Terry Lewis, exiled in western Queensland, is soon to be controversially appointed Police Commissioner. As for the other...


Secuestrada (Kidnapped): Una historia de la vida real

by Leszli Kalli

Para los cuarenta y seis ocupantes del avión Fokker 50 de Avianca, que volaba de Bucaramanga a Bogotá, el 12 de abril de 1999 se convirtió en una pesadilla. Guerrilleros encapuchados secuestraron el avión...


The Lynching of Peter Wheeler

by Debra Komar

At 2:21 am on September 8, 1896, authorities in Nova Scotia killed an innocent man. Peter Wheeler - a "coloured" man accused of murdering a white girl - was strung up under a porch with a slipknot noose. The...


"Yellow Kid" Weil: The Autobiography of America's Master Swindler

by J.R. Weil & W.T. Brannon

Everywhere the Yellow Kid looks he sees money—too bad it's yours.


Trials of Passion: Crimes in the Name of Love and Madness

by Lisa Appignanesi

This book journeys into the heart of dark passions and the crimes they impel. When passion is in the picture, what is criminal, what sane, what mad or simply bad?

Brighton, 1870: A well-respected spinster infuses...


April 16th: Virginia Tech Remembers: Virginia Tech Remembers

by Roland Lazenby

A gripping, emotional account of the worst school shooting in United States history, told by those who lived through it

Monday, April 16, 2007 started like any other Monday at Virginia Tech, with professors...


The Bounds of Reason: Game Theory and the Unification of the Behavioral Sciences

by Herbert Gintis

Game theory is central to understanding human behavior and relevant to all of the behavioral sciences—from biology and economics, to anthropology and political science. However, as The Bounds of Reason demonstrates,...