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Killers, con artists and thieves - as well as their fortunate survivors - are featured in this true crime compendium.
A Chilean author reconstructs the details of four significant 20th-century murders orchestrated by Chilean women.
A chilling journey inside the mind and crimes of Larry Gene Bell and the desperate effort to identify and catch him.
McGowan examines the stories of women who disappeared without a trace in 1990s Ireland.
An investigative reporter seeks answers for two mysterious deaths at the Spreckels Mansion.
A sobering assessment of the separate and decidedly unequal legal regimes that govern the juvenile justice system.
Love recounts how he hid his prison break from his wife and others until the authorities busted him decades later.
Explores the successes and failures of our probation system in this blend of memoir and sociological treatise.
Former federal prosecutor Gleeson chronicles his efforts to bring Gambino family crime boss John Gotti to justice.
Activist Kruzan debuts with a stirring account of her harrowing experience as a victim of child sex trafficking.
This book based on the long-running podcast will terrify you while making you laugh out loud.
Delves into the death of April Kauffman and the dark world inhabited by her husband, a doctor accused of arranging her…
A haunting, profound investigative memoir about the disappearance of Bonner's sister.
A colorful, well-researched biography of the tough-talking, gender-defying bandit Pearl Hart.
The surreal and sordid saga of Jeffrey Epstein, from Brooklyn boyhood to Manhattan jailhouse death.
Brown recounts her uncompromising and risky investigation of Jeffrey Epstein's underage sex trafficking operation.
The tragic story of George Junius Stinney Jr., the youngest person executed in the U.S. during the 20th century.
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