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Operation Massacre

by Rodolfo Walsh, Michael Greenberg & Ricardo Piglia

1956. Argentina has just lost its charismatic president Juán Perón in a military coup, and terror reigns across the land. June 1956: eighteen people are reported dead in a failed Peronist uprising. December...


Bad Girls

by M. William Phelps

"Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers." -Allison Brennan

"Phelps's writing reads like a mystery novel." --Suspense Magazine

The crime stunned quiet Mineral Wells, Texas: 49-year-old Bob Dow shot...


Capital Punishment: An Indictment by a Death-Row Survivor

by Jodie Sinclair, Billy Wayne Sinclair & Helen Prejean

Billy Wayne Sinclair was only twenty-one when sentenced to death. Because of an accidental shooting, he spent the next forty years in prison. When the Supreme Court struck down the death penalty, Billy was re-sentenced...


One Day in September: The Full Story of the 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre and the Israeli Revenge Operation Wrath of God

by Simon Reeve

At 4:30 a.m. on September 5, 1972, a band of Palestinian terrorists took eleven Israeli athletes and coaches hostage at the Summer Olympics in Munich. More than 900 million viewers followed the chilling, twenty-hour...


Killing Time: An 18-Year Odyssey from Death Row to Freedom

by John Hollway & Ronald M. Gauthier

In 1984, John Thompson was convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of a prominent white man in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was sent to Angola Prison and confined to his cell for twenty-three hours a day....


Room 1219: The Life of Fatty Arbuckle, the Mysterious Death of Virginia Rappe, and the Scandal That Changed Hol

by Greg Merritt

Part biography, part true-crime narrative, this painstakingly researched book chronicles the improbable rise and stunning fall of Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle from his early big screen success to his involvement...


The Expanded Social Scientist's Bestiary: A Guide to Fabled Threats to, and Defenses of, Naturalistic Social Science

by D. C. Phillips

The (Expanded) Social Scientist's Bestiary addresses a number of important theoretical and philosophical issues in the social sciences from the perspective of contemporary philosophy of science. This expanded...


Forced Migration and Global Processes: A View from Forced Migration Studies

by Francois Crepeau, Delphine Nakache & Michael Collyer

Forced Migration and Global Processes considers the crossroads of forced migration with three global trends: development, human rights, and security. This expert collection studies these complex interactions...


The American Founding and the Social Compact

by Ronald J. Pestritto & Thomas G. West

The American Founding and the Social Compact is a first-rate collection of essays that examine the shared political ideas of the American Founders with a particular focus on the theory of the social compact....


Travels with Ernest: Crossing the Literary/Sociological Divide

by Laurel Richardson & Ernest Lockridge

In Travels with Ernest: Crossing the Literary/Sociological Divide, Laurel Richardson and Ernest Lockridge_accomplished sociologist and published novelist_explore the fascinating interplay between literary and...


Execution Eve

by William Buchanan

In a story reminiscent of Dead Man Walking, the murder of golf star Marion Miley enraged the nation. People were finally quieted when three men were arrested, tried and convicted. But on the night of their scheduled...


A Grim Almanac of Nottinghamshire

by Kevin Turton

In 1826, 'resurrection men' stole thirty bodies from the graveyard of St Mary's Church in Nottingham to sell to unscrupulous medical establishments in London. In 1908, Mansfield tattoist Arthur Scott attacked...


North London Murders

by Geoffrey Howse

Based on original documents, trial and inquest transcripts, personal stories and contemporary newspaper reports, North London Murders is a study of cases that have shocked both capital and country.


Jack the Ripper: The Suspects

by The Whitechapel Society

Jack the Ripper is the ultimate whodunit. The Whitechapel Murders of 1888 remain unsolved and hundreds of theories have been suggested as to the killer's identity. However, many of the suggestions naming the...


Jack the Ripper: Letters from Hell

by Stewart P Evans & Keith Skinner

The name Jack the Ripper is instantly recognised throughout the world, yet many people are unaware that the famous nickname first appeared in a letter or that this was where the whole legend of Jack the Ripper...


Hanged at Pentonville

by Steve Fielding

Over the years the high walls of London's Pentonville Prison have contained some of the most infamous criminals. Taking over from the dreaded Newgate Gaol at the turn of the century as the place of execution...


Hanged At Liverpool

by Steve Fielding

Over the years the high walls of Liverpool's Walton Gaol have contained some of the infamous criminals from the north of England. Fully illustrated with photographs, cuttings and engravings, this title is suitable...


Hanged at Durham

by Steve Fielding

For decades the walls of Durham Gaol have contained some of the country's most infamous criminals. Until hanging was abolished in the 1960s it was also the main centre of execution for convicted killers from...


Criminal Liverpool

by Daniel K Longman

Criminal Liverpool is an entertaining and informative round-up of some of the strangest, most bloodthirsty, despicable and comical crimes that took place in and around Liverpool from the Victorian era up to...


Murder on the Bluff: The Carew Poisoning Case

by Molly Whittington-Egan

In a small white house by a remote Welsh cove, a 90-year-old woman died, full of secrets, on June 27, 1968. What no-one ever guessed was that the dignified and distant old lady, who kept a liveried chauffeur...