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    Triumph of Justice: Closing the Book on the O.J. Simpson Saga by Daniel Petrocelli & Peter Knobler    Violent Obsession: The Stalker Next Door- The amazing true story of lust, fixation, courage and survival by Jackie Eigner & Simon Gullifer    Adnan's Story: The Search for Truth and Justice After Serial by Rabia Chaudry    Prove 'Em Innocent: The Art & Science of Workplace Investigations by John A. Velke III    The Witness: Unfolding the Anatomy of a Killer by Wanda Draper PhD & Collin A. Stuta MFA    American Heiress: The Wild Saga of the Kidnapping, Crimes and Trial of Patty Hearst by Jeffrey Toobin    The Angel: The Egyptian Spy Who Saved Israel by Uri Bar-Joseph    Trials of the Century: A Decade-by-Decade Look at Ten of America's Most Sensational Crimes by Mark J. Phillips & Aryn Z. Phillips    If You Only Knew by M. William Phelps    Who Bombed the Hilton? by Rachel Landers    The Life of a Scilly Sergeant by Colin Taylor    Fish Farm by Louis Romano    The Panama Papers: Breaking the Story of How the Rich and Powerful Hide Their Money by Bastian Obermayer & Frederik Obermaier    Framed: Why Michael Skakel Spent Over a Decade in Prison For a Murder He Didn by Robert F. Kennedy    Mountain Madness: A True Story of Murder, Guilt, & Innocence by Jimmy Dale Taylor & Donald G. Bross    The Wicked Boy: The Mystery of a Victorian Child Murderer by Kate Summerscale    Cyberspies: The Secret History of Surveillance, Hacking, and Digital Espionage by Gordon Corera    Repeat Offender: Sin City's Most Notorious Criminal and the Cop Who Caught Him by Bradley Nickell    Tong Wars: The Untold Story of Vice, Money, and Murder in New York's Chinatown by Scott D. Seligman    The Jolly Roger Social Club: A True Story of a Killer in Paradise by Nick Foster    Confessions of a Serial Alibi by Asia McClain Chapman    She Said She Didn't Know by Teena Lewis    The President Street Boys: Growing Up Mafia by Frank Dimatteo    A Killing in Amish Country: Sex, Betrayal, and a Cold-blooded Murder by Gregg Olsen & Rebecca Morris    The Morans by Andrew Fraser    In Any Case by Andrew Fraser    Access to Excess by Andrew Fraser    The Australian Book of Great Trials: The cases that shaped a nation by Jeremy Stoljar    True Crime and Punishment: Heists: Gripping Exposes of the World's Most Notorious Robberies by Joseph Cummins    The Law of the Razor by Larry Writer    The Australian Book of True Crime by Larry Writer    The Devil Man by Edgar Wallace    We Are Not Such Things: The Murder of a Young American, a South African Township, and the Search for Truth and Reconciliation by Justine Van Der Leun    Fountain Valley 1972 by Esq. Michael A. Joseph    Victorian Convicts: 100 Criminal Lives by Helen Johnston & Barry Godfrey & David J. Cox    Into the Lion's Mouth: The True Story of Dusko Popov: World War II Spy, Patriot, and the Real-Life Inspiration for James Bond by Larry Loftis    Karl-Ludwig Sand: Celebrated Crimes by Alexandre Dumas    Derues: Celebrated Crimes by Alexandre Dumas    American Mafia: A History of Its Rise to Power by Thomas Reppetto    A Good Month for Murder: The Inside Story of a Homicide Squad by Del Quentin Wilber    The Sixteenth Rail: The Evidence, the Scientist, and the Lindbergh Kidnapping by Adam Schrager    A Storm In The Blood by Jon Fink    I Have Life: Alison's Journey as told to Marianne Thamm by Marianne Thamm    Murder in Auburn by Gary Winstead    Summary of The Billion Dollar Spy: by David E. Hoffman | Includes Analysis by Instaread Summaries    Summary of The Devil in the White City: by Erik Larson | Includes Analysis by Instaread Summaries    Summary of Mr. Mercedes: by Stephen King | Includes Analysis by Instaread Summaries    Summary of A Spy Among Friends: by Ben Macintyre | Summary & Analysis by Instaread Summaries    What Killed Jane Creba: Rap, Race, and the Invention of a Gang War by Anita Arvast    SAS: With the Maquis in Action with the French Resistance: June - September 1944 by Ian Wellstead

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Blood Lust

Blood Lust by Sheila JohnsonHis Victims Were Uncounted. . .

From the time he was a teenager, Jeremy Bryan Jones had let his violent passions run wild: attacking, raping, and mutilating. Then, in Mobile County, Alabama, Jones's rampage was stopped. But no one knew how many bodies were in his past.

His Evil Was Unmeasured. . .

Convicted and sentenced to die for the brutal murder of Lisa Nichols, an Alabama mother of two children, Jones shocked authorities with the story of his life--and his claims of snuffing out over a dozen victims in thirteen years. But was he telling the truth, or was he simply taunting his captors?


Sheila Johnson24 Apr 2014$5.99

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Blood Money: Bikies, terrorists and Middle Eastern gangs

Blood Money: Bikies, terrorists and Middle Eastern gangs by Clive Small & Tom GillingA meticulously researched and revealing expose of the new players in organised crime.
Clive Small &
Tom Gilling
17 Dec 2012$22.72

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Blood Money: The Du Pont Heir and the Murder of an Olympic Athlete

Blood Money: The Du Pont Heir and the Murder of an Olympic Athlete by Carlton SmithThe story of an Olympic wrestler allegedly murdered by the wealthy heir to the Du Pont fortune, Blood Money takes readers inside the bizarre owrld of a multi-millionaire, and lays bare the brutal shooting and tense police siege that riveted the nation.
Carlton Smith16 Feb 2016$8.99

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Blood on the Altar

Blood on the Altar by Tobias Jones

One Sunday morning in 1993 a 16-year-old girl named Eliza Claps goes missing from a church in the centre of Potenza, Italy. Shortly before her disappearance, Elisa had met Danilo Restivo, a strange local boy with a fetish for cutting women's hair on the back of buses. Elisa's family are convinced that Resitvo is responsible for their daughter's disappearance, but he is protected by local big-wigs: by his Sicilian father, by a doctor with links to organised crime, by a priest who had vices of his own. Years went by and Elisa's family could find only false leads.

2002, and Restivo is now living...

Tobias Jones16 Nov 2014$10.19

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Blood on the Streets: A-Z of Glasgow Crime

Blood on the Streets: A-Z of Glasgow Crime by Robert JeffreyFor more than a hundred years, Glasgow has been right up there in the major league of big-city crime. From Madelaine Smith and Oscar Slater, by way of the Bridgeton Billy Boys and the Norman Conks, through to modern villains like Paul Ferris and Tam McGraw, Glasgow's streets have spawned a succession of fascinating tales of true crime. Even in the twenty-first century, as the new Glasgow polishes a growing reputation for sophistication and culture, blood still gets spilled on the streets and scams of one kind or another are always in the pipeline. The A-Z of Glasgow Crime is a compelling journey...
Robert Jeffrey19 Aug 2012$2.90

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Blood on the Tracks: A History of Railway Crime in Britain

Blood on the Tracks: A History of Railway Crime in Britain by David Brandon & Alan BrookeWith their enthusiasm for, and knowledge of, Britain's railways, this book perfectly brings together the authors' interests in social history and the history of crime, both subjects on which they have a number of published titles to their credit, ensuring that the reader will find this title an enthralling read.
David Brandon &
Alan Brooke
26 Jun 2014$4.36

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Blood Ransom: Stories from the Front Line in the War against Somali Piracy

Blood Ransom: Stories from the Front Line in the War against Somali Piracy by John BoyleFor the first time in history, the navies of every superpower on the planet have united against a common enemy ? a couple of thousand rag tag underfed men and boys. Crammed together in tiny open boats,they range up to a thousand miles from their home shores. Armed with ancient AK47s and rocket propelled grenades, they scour the western Indian Ocean. No-one knows how many simply die at sea. But occasionally these modern-day pirates hit the jackpot, seizing vessels and crews that will be ransomed for millions of dollars. This is a war that's estimated to cost the world economy $18 billion every...
John Boyle18 Apr 2015$19.99

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Blood Relation

Blood Relation by Eric Konigsberg

A New Yorker writer investigates the life and career of his hit-man great-uncle and the impact on his family.

Growing up in a household as generic as Midwestern Jews get, author Eric Konigsberg always wished there was something different about his family, something exotic and mysterious, even shocking. When he was sent off to boarding school, he learned from an ex-cop security guard that there was: His great-uncle Harold, in prison in upstate New York, was a legendary Mafia enforcer, suspected by the FBI of upwards of twenty murders.

Konigsberg had uncovered a shameful, long-hidden family secret....

Eric Konigsberg23 Mar 2014$12.99

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Blood Secrets: Chronicles of a Crime Scene Reconstructionist

Blood Secrets: Chronicles of a Crime Scene Reconstructionist by Rod Englert & Kathy Passero

Blood Secrets reveals how forensic experts read the story of a murder told in the traces of blood left behind, providing crucial evidence that has helped convict criminals who might have otherwise walked free.

When Rod Englert began his career in law enforcement, virtually no police force in the world knew how to correctly examine blood spatter. He spent years studying and testing how blood behaves, pioneering a vital new tool that is now a part of any criminal investigation. In Blood Secrets he demonstrates how detectives and forensic experts use blood-spatter analysis to solve real cases.


Rod Englert &
Kathy Passero
16 May 2015$30.99

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Blood Sisters

Blood Sisters by Roelien Schutte & Eileen de Jager & Ilse SalzwedelEileen de Jager and Roelien Schutte's occupation is somewhat unusual, to say the least. These two sisters clean up the biohazardous waste left behind after people have died - washing, scrubbing, sanitising and incinerating. It is a macabre, grisly job that few people want to do and even fewer can physically and emotionally endure. Eileen and Roelien have been doing this work for almost four years in South Africa. This is their story.
Roelien Schutte &
Eileen de Jager &
Ilse Salzwedel
16 Apr 2012$13.19

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Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis, and the Quest to End Baseball'sSteroid Era

Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis, and the Quest to End Baseball'sSteroid Era by Tim Elfrink & Gus Garcia-RobertsThe definitive and dramatic story of the Alex Rodriguez and Biogenesis scandal, written by the reporters who broke and covered the story

On January 29th, 2013, an exposé by Miami New Times reporter Tim Elfrink set the sports world on fire. Elfrink revealed that a Miami clinic, Biogenesis, had been supplying illegal performance enhancing drugs - PEDs - to many of the nation's top baseball stars. One name stood out among all the others: Alex Rodriguez, the highest-earning player in the game.

Over the next year and more the story would unravel with incredible details about tanning salon robberies,...

Tim Elfrink &
Gus Garcia-Roberts
5 Nov 2014$17.00

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Blood Stain

Blood Stain by Peter LalorThe true story of Katherine Knight, the mother and abattoir worker who became Australia's worst female killer. A must for true crime fans.
Peter Lalor17 Jun 2015$18.17

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Blood Trail

Blood Trail by Steven Walker & Rick ReedIncludes killer's confession

Slaughter On A Shoestring

On October 29, 1997, hooker Andrea "Slick" Hendrix's, beaten, naked body was discovered in a roadside ditch near Stewartsville, Indiana. With no leads for police to follow, the case eventually went cold, but it wouldn't stay that way. In 2003, sadistic sexual predator Joseph W. Brown claimed to have strangled Hendrix with his favorite murder weapon: a shoelace from a woman's size-8 shoe.

Hard Luck

Ginger Gasaway, 53, met Brown at a Gambler's Anonymous meeting. She didn't know that when she took up with him, she was gambling with her life. On...

Steven Walker &
Rick Reed
11 Mar 2015$5.99

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Blood Will Out: The True Story of a Murder, a Mystery, and a Masquerade

Blood Will Out: The True Story of a Murder, a Mystery, and a Masquerade by Walter Kirn

An In Cold Blood for our time, a chilling, compulsive story of a writer unwittingly caught in the wake of a grifter-turned-murderer.

In the summer of 1998, Walter Kirn—then an aspiring novelist struggling with impending fatherhood and a dissolving marriage—set out on a peculiar, fateful errand: to personally deliver a crippled hunting dog from his home in Montana to the New York apartment of one Clark Rockefeller, a secretive young banker and art collector who had adopted the dog over the Internet. Thus began a fifteen-year relationship that drew Kirn deep into the fun-house world of an outlandish,...
Walter Kirn23 Jan 2014$15.95

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Blood Will Tell: A Shocking True Story of Marriage, Murder, and Fatal Family Secrets

Blood Will Tell: A Shocking True Story of Marriage, Murder, and Fatal Family Secrets by Carlton Smith

They Were The Perfect Family. . .

For twenty years, Ken and Kristine Fitzhugh and their two sons had lived lives of comfortable middle-class normality in the university town of Palo Alto, California. Then came the shocking news that Kristine Fitzhugh was dead, the victim of a terrible accident... By the time the Palo Alto Police Department looked closer at the death of Kristine Fitzhugh, there could be only one conclusion. Someone had murdered Kristine in her own home, inflicting a series of horrific blows to the back of her head, and then cleaned up the mess to make it look like an accident....

Carlton Smith6 May 2015$10.99

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Blood+Death: The Secret History of Santa Muerte and the Mexican Drug Cartels

Blood+Death: The Secret History of Santa Muerte and the Mexican Drug Cartels by John Lee Brook
John Lee Brook18 Mar 2016$14.95

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Bloodhound in Blue: The True Tales of Police Dog JJ and His Two-Legged Partner

Bloodhound in Blue: The True Tales of Police Dog JJ and His Two-Legged Partner by Adam David Russ

He was born in rural Missouri, and it was immediately clear that he was different from the rest. He caught his first criminal when he was just two years old. By his sixth birthday, he had located burglars, rapists, drug dealers, missing children, and murderers—including Utah's most wanted criminal. Known to friends as JJ, to law enforcement as Michael Serio's partner, and by captured criminals as "that damned dog," Jessie Jr. was an exceptionally talented bloodhound, baying like a sea lion that had swallowed a fog horn. Before JJ, few police departments in the West used bloodhounds, and none...

Adam David Russ27 Jun 2013$19.99

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Bloodletters and Badmen

Bloodletters and Badmen by Jay Robert NashA narrative encyclopedia of American criminals from the pilgrims to the present.
Jay Robert Nash27 Jun 2015$28.99

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Bloodsworth: The True Story of One Man's Triumph over Injustice

Bloodsworth: The True Story of One Man's Triumph over Injustice by Tim JunkinCharged with the rape and murder of a nine-year-old girl in 1984, Kirk Bloodsworth was tried, convicted, and sentenced to die in Maryland's gas chamber. From the beginning, he proclaimed his innocence, but when he was granted a new trial because his prosecutors improperly withheld evidence, the second trial also resulted in conviction. Bloodsworth read every book on criminal law in the prison library and persuaded a new lawyer to petition for the then-innovative DNA testing.

After nine years in one of the harshest prisons in America, Kirk Bloodsworth was vindicated by DNA evidence. He was pardoned...

Tim Junkin22 Feb 2014$13.95

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Bloody Dawn: The Story of the Lawrence Massacre

Bloody Dawn: The Story of the Lawrence Massacre by Thomas GoodrichOn August 21, 1863, William Quantrill led 400 Confederate irregulars to a rise on the outskirts of Lawrence, Kansas. For two years, the 3,000 inhabitants of this prosperous frontier community had managed to escape the Civil War which raged in the East. At Quantrill's command, the horrors of that war were brought directly into their homes. The attack began at dawn. When it was over, more than 150 townsmen were dead and most of the settlement burned to the ground. In Bloody Dawn, Thomas Goodrich considers why this remote settlement was signaled out to receive such brutal treatment. He also describes...
Thomas Goodrich6 Oct 2012$11.99

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