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Audacious Scoundrels

by Steven L. Piott

During the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century a growing number of ordinary citizens had the feeling that all was not as it should be. Men who were making money made prodigious amounts, but this new...

Silent Lightning

by Goddard,Daniel

Sometimes, all you have are your dreams. When those dreams are shattered, it often takes great courage and determination to carry on. Born in Missouri, Daniel Goddard spent his childhood moving from town to...

My Favourite Crime

by Deni Ellis Béchard

Personal and political essays on topics ranging around the globe, from Afghanistan to the author's own troubled family.

Lying Lips and Deceitful Tongues

by Isabella Petersen

This is the story of a woman stricken with grief by the unexpected loss of her husband. Unbeknownst to her, this grief, which she suppressed because she was a "very strong and fearless person," became very vulnerable...


by Cedric Westbrook

In a society where poverty is more normal than not, gang life offers the security home life doesn?t. It?s the new family. So when someone violates your family, violence follows. But what if the violator is your...

Mostly Guilty

by Michael Challinger

A book for the general reader rather than lawyers, this often tongue-in-cheek account of Michael Challinger's interactions with the criminals he defends gives a first-hand account of the quirky nature of human...

The Rise of a Street General

by Michael "Turtoe" Stewart

The Rise of a Street General provides a unique and fascinating look into a gang member's journey to rise to the top. Starting with his initiation into the gang in 1975, this story chronicles his wars with rival...

I Walked Alone

by Head" Whitcomb,Robert "Big

The Hate Factories of AmericaIn the past fifty-seven years, Robert "Big Head" Whitcomb has spent over thirty-five years incarcerated in the state prison system and the federal prison system.He saved seven correctional...

Why We Love Pirates

by Rebecca Simon

For Fans of True-Life Pirate Stories

"Only someone who has lived in the shadows chasing faded pirates for an age, and is blessed with creativity, can pull off a book of this high caliber." ?Wreck Watch Magazine...

Watching the Devil Dance

by William Toffan

The unbelievable true story of Canada?s first known spree killer, told by a veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

In June 1966, Matthew Charles Lamb took his uncle?s shotgun and wandered down Ford Blvd...

Escape from Treasure Island

by William Morris

A true story of a young marine who escaped from a level 5 military prison on an island called Treasure Island. In the military, he graduated number one in his class; his future seemed bright. After his first...

The Port of Missing Men

by Aaron Goings

In the early twentieth century so many dead bodies surfaced in the rivers around Aberdeen, Washington, that they were nicknamed the “floater fleet.” When Billy Gohl (1873–1927), a powerful union official,...

Tiger Wars

by Al Cimino

Discover the shocking story of Joe Exotic versus Carole Baskin, as seen on the Netflix phenomenon, Tiger King.

The global smash-hit Netflix documentary mini-series, Tiger King, introduced viewers to the weird,...

America's First Female Serial Killer

by Mary Kay McBrayer

The Making of a Female Serial Killer

"In America's First Female Serial Killer, McBrayer offers us a complex--and terrifying--portrait of a killer who seemed almost doomed from birth." --Kate Winkler Dawson, author...

A Convict's Life Brick by Brick

by David Lugo

A thrilling story of a sexually abused boy who grew up too fast. He's taken to a brothel at age thirteen and discovers his love for smoking fetish. He grows to become a notorious, wild gang member and convict...


by Jess Bravin

In the early 1950s, Lynette Fromme's world was more or less a paint-by-numbers existence that millions of other suburban children were living in Southern California. Red-haired, freckled, and convivial, she...

American Animals

by Eric Borsuk


?One of the most esoteric and far-fetched crimes in 21st-century annals.? ?The Hollywood Reporter

?A rare book heist that Danny Ocean may have applauded?except for one mistake.?...

A Drug Addict's Choice

by Brian Painter

Tammy and Nick are two hardcore partying free spirits that will take you on a ride through their twisted world of addiction. Anything from alcohol to heroin takes them on a ride in this action-packed true story...

Crazy White Man

by Richard Morenus

The author was a businessman from New York who got tired of the “Big City” life and was unhappy for some time. He decided to move as far away from that environment. Taking only his dog, some gear, and an...

The Last Train Robber

by W.C. Jameson

One of the most colorful parts of American History is the time of train robberies and the daring outlaws who undertook them in the period covering from just after the Civil War to 1924. For decades, the railroads...