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Crime: Its Cause and Treatment

by Clarence Darrow

True-crime fans and readers interested in the history of American jurisprudence should definitely add Crime: Its Cause and Treatment to their must-read list. Penned by famed lawyer Clarence Darrow, this penetrating...


The Pirates' Who's Who: Giving Particulars of the Lives and Deaths of the Pirates and Buccaneers

by Philip Gosse

Can't get enough of high-seas adventure? Dip into this fascinating biographical record of some of the most scandalous scallywags history has ever known. This exhaustively researched volume provides details about...


The Story of the Outlaw: A Study of Western Desperado

by Emerson Hough

Though born in Iowa, author Emerson Hough moved to rural New Mexico and practiced as a frontier lawyer there for many years. Along the way, he met some very interesting characters, including many of the Wild...


The Borgias: Celebrated Crime

by Alexandre Dumas

Nobody has ever detailed history's most ruthless rulers and tyrants with as much flair and passion as French writer Alexandre Dumas. This gripping exposition of the Borgias, the Italian clan that earned notoriety...


Managing Change for Safety & Health Professionals: A Six Step Process

by David F. Pierce

Pierce helps you take control of the dizzying process of effecting changing procedures, processes, and attitudes in your company's safety and health program and then position your operations for continuous improvement....


Jihad in Brooklyn: The NYPD Raid That Stopped America's First Suicide Bombers

by Sam Katz

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Final Confession: The Unsolved Crimes of Phil Cresta

by Brian P. Wallace, Bill Crowley & Dennis Lehane

A chronicle of the daring, meticulously planned, and ingenious high-stakes heists (including the second Brinks robbery in Boston) pulled off by mastermind thief Phil Cresta, a career criminal who was also a...


Murder on the Rails: The True Story of the Detective Who Unlocked the Shocking Secrets of the Boxcar Serial Killer

by William Palmini & Tanya Chalupa

When a down-on-his-luck Vietnam veteran is bludgeoned and stabbed to death in his campsite close to a railroad crossing, Detective Sergeant Bill Palmini has a gut feeling that this is just the tip of the iceberg....


The Spin Doctor: Hero or Cold-Blooded Killer?

by Kirk Mitchell

When Kurt Sonnenfeld calls police to report his young, beautiful wife is dying with a bullet in her head, he alleges she shot herself. Police think otherwise. Prosecutors claim that hidden behind the façade...


Tyburn: London's Fatal Tree

by Alan Brooke & David Brandon

Tyburn is synonymous with the idea of execution. The authors tell the story of how Tyburn came to be the place of execution and of the rituals and spectacle associated with the deaths of many people. They provide...


County Durham Murder & Crime

by Paul Heslop

This book features fifteen historic criminal cases that not only shocked the area but made headlines across the country. Paul Heslop was a policeman in the Northumbria force. His experience of the criminal justice...


Swansea Murders

by Geoff Brookes

Swansea has a dangerous past. It was a seaport where the world came to trade, where the world confronted remote small-town Wales and Swansea confronted the unknown. The grim and bloody events in this book reveal...


Channel Island Murders

by Nicola Sly

Although an idyllic setting, where violent crime is thankfully rare, the Channel Islands have a shadier side. Contained within the pages of this book are twenty-five historic cases of murder committed in the...


The Mammoth Book of Prison Breaks

by Paul Simpson

True stories of prison breaks including those of Frank Abagnale, whose story is told in Catch Me If You Can; Henri Charrière who claimed to have escaped from the supposedly inescapable Devil's Island - the...


The Strange Case of the Mad Professor: A True Tale of Endangered Species, Illegal Drugs, and Attempted Murder

by Peter Kobel

It was one of the biggest scandals in New York University history. Professor John Buettner-Janusch, chair of the Anthropology Department, was convicted of manufacturing LSD and Quaaludes in his campus laboratory....


My Trade

by Andrew Marr

How do you decide what is a 'story' and what isn't? What does a newspaper editor actually do all day? How do hacks get their scoops? How do the TV stations choose their news bulletins? How do you persuade people...


Mafia: The Government's Secret File on Organized Crime

by None

Some time in the early 1960s, during the golden age of organized crime in America—the era that would inspire The Godfather; Goodfellas, and even The Sopranos—federal investigators pulled every known piece...


Devil's Game

by Robert Dreyfuss

The first complete account of America's most

dangerous foreign policy miscalculation: sixty years of support for Islamic fundamentalism

Devil's Game is the gripping story of America's misguided efforts, stretching...


America: Who Really Pays the Taxes?

by Donald L. Barlett

A disturbing, eye-opening look at a tax system gone out of control.

Originally designed to spread the cost of government fairly, our tax code has turned into a gold mine of loopholes and giveaways manipulated...


Not Lost Forever

by Carmina Salcido & Steve Jackson

Twenty years ago, one man's murderous rampage destroyed his own family . . . and devastated a community. Now the only survivor—his daughter—tells her story at last.

On April 14, 1989, for reasons still debated...