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La Constantin

by Alexandre Dumas

First published in 1839, it recounts the semi-fictionalised story of Marie Leroux and her accomplice Claude. A history of the retribution which overtook these dastardly criminals, this tale of low morals and...


Red Aces

by Edgar Wallace

J. G. Reeder is a shabby little man with red hair and weak eyes. However, his extraordinary mind is rapier sharp. Here are three thrilling episodes torn from his casebook: Red Aces about a man who gambles high...


Cold Case Files 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981

by Ben Oakley

The new must-have true crime series from the best-selling author of the Monstrous Book of Serial Killers. For adored readers and legitimate true crime junkies all over the world, Bitesize True Crime is right...


1982: 365 Days Of True Crime, Cold Cases, Murder & Serial Killers

by Ben Oakley

This is your true crime almanac for the year 1982!

True Crime 365 is a series of books that include at least one true crime related incident for every single day of the year!

Inside this 1982 edition, you'll find...


The MONSTROUS Book of Serial Killers

by Ben Oakley

NEW Second edition of the international BESTSELLING serial killer encyclopedia. Updated for 2021!

  • A-Z Encyclopedia of 275 Serial Killers
  • 60 Extended Case Files
  • 25 True Crime Research Articles
  • Over 100 Photos...


The Feathered Serpent

by Edgar Wallace

The symbol of the feathered serpent, that South American god of several names, brings terror to a group of Londoners.


Number Six

by Edgar Wallace

Caesar Valentine is suspected of many shady things but Scotland Yard, or any other police department for that matter, can't pin any crimes on him;  so they send in an undercover operative only known as Number...


How Social Science Creates the World

by Howard Burton

This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and UC Berkeley political scientist Professor Mark Bevir, who is an internationally acclaimed expert in the theory of governance. This...


The Melody Of Death

by Edgar Wallace

A man who believes himself to be dying embarks on a daring and unprecedented scheme to ensure the financial future of his young wife.


Horseplay

by Norm Boucher

In his first true crime memoir, undercover operator Norm Boucher recounts eight months spent infiltrating Vancouver?s heroin scene, a world of paranoia, ripoffs, and violence. It is 1983 and the War on Drugs...


Silinski Master Criminal

by Edgar Wallace

A group of financial conspirators known as the Nine Bears wreak financial havoc for their own gain, and then disappear to a mysterious rendezvous known as "lolo".


The Ha Ha Case

by J. J. Connington

AS THE TRAIN glided into the wayside station, Jim Brandon lifted his well-worn suitcase and a shabby leg-of-mutton guncase down from the rack. Through the windows he caught successive glimpses of fresh-painted...


A Debt Discharged

by Edgar Wallace

ON the afternoon of March 4th, 1913, M. Trebolino, the chief of the French Detective Department, was sitting in his office in a thoughtful frame of mind. His big desk chair had been drawn to an open fire which...


The Great Diamond Syndicate

by Nicholas Carter

Nick Carter stands for an interesting detective story. The fact that the books in this line are so uniformly good is entirely due to the work of a specialist. The man who wrote these stories produced no other...


The Man Without a Conscience

by Nicholas Carter

Nick Carter stands for an interesting detective story. The fact that the books in this line are so uniformly good is entirely due to the work of a specialist. The man who wrote these stories produced no other...


The Story of Cole Younger

by Cole Younger

Missouri guerrilla, Confederate officer, bank robber, notorious outlaw, Wild West showman—Cole Younger’s life was the stuff of myth and legend. 

Known for intelligence and coolness under pressure, he published...


Cold Case North

by Michael Nest, Deanna Reder & Eric Bell

Missing persons. Double murder? Métis leader James Brady was one of the most famous Indigenous activists in Canada. A communist, strategist, and bibliophile, he led Métis and First Nations to rebel against...


The Science and Art of Interviewing

by Kathleen Gerson & Sarah Damaske

Qualitative interviewing is among the most widely used methods in the social sciences, but it is arguably the least understood. In The Science and Art of Interviewing, Kathleen Gerson and Sarah Damaske offer...


Lightning Logo

by Jolanta Gębka

The content is about the perpetrator's love for a woman working in a grocery store, adding a lot of imagination in terms of twists.


Knowings and Knots