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  • A Book of Remarkable Criminalsby H. B. Irving

    The Floating Press 2014; US$ 3.99

    Are you fascinated by the nefarious figures in history who have opted to walk a darker path in life? Armchair criminologists will take devilish delight in this gruesome collection of true-crime tales. The volume brings together concise biographies of depraved, delusional, and just plain evil louts, ne'er-do-wells and murderers, along with gripping... more...

  • The Twelfth Victimby Linda M. Battisti; John Stevens Berry

    Addicus Books 2014; US$ 9.99

    In 1958, nineteen-year-old Charles Starkweather gained notoriety as one of the nation's first spree killers. He murdered eleven people in Nebraska and Wyoming. After a week on the run, he was arrested, later convicted, and sentenced to die in the electric chair.   Starkweather's girlfriend, Caril Fugate, fourteen, was with him throughout the murder... more...

  • Journey to Chernobylby Glenn Cheney

    Chicago Review Press 2007; US$ 13.99

    Glenn Cheney arrived in Kiev during those first days when the Soviet Union ceased to exist and Ukraine was reborn. Almost immediately he found himself talking with scientist, journalist, refugees, engineers, top-level government officials, doctors, environmentalists, parents of sick children and people living just a few kilometers from the Chernobyl... more...

  • Strange Case of the Mad Professorby Peter Kobel

    Lyons Press 2013; US$ 25.99

    It was one of the biggest scandals in New York University history. Professor John Buettner-Janusch, chair of the Anthropology Department, was convicted of manufacturing LSD and Quaaludes in his campus laboratory. He claimed the drugs were for an animal behavior experiment, but the jury found otherwise. B-J, as he was known, served two years in prison... more...

  • Devil's Right Handby M. William Phelps

    Lyons Press 2013; US$ 15.99

    From the author who brought you the shocking true story that inspired Arsenic and Old Lace and the New York Times Bestseller Nathan Hale: The Life and Death of America's First Spy comes the horrific legacy of death and destruction in the gunmaking Colt family during the 19th Century, a legacy largely remembered for a lurid murder case that... more...

  • King of the Bootleggersby William A. Cook

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2008; US$ 25.00

    As a pharmacist turned lawyer turned master prohibition era bootlegger, George Remus is now remembered as one of the most notorious figures of the American prohibition. Even though he was a lifelong teetotaler, Remus built one of the nation's largest illegal liquor empires with little regard to disguises or secrecy. This biography tells the complete... more...

  • The Man Who Was Jekyll and Hydeby Rick Wilson

    The History Press 2015; US$ 8.74

    He was a respected cabinet-maker and councillor by day - but Deacon William Brodie changed into a sinister, thieving monster when darkness fell on the old city of Edinburgh. Cleverly employing his respectable reputation to access the richest members of society before stealing from them as a masked burglar, he used the resulting illicit money to fund... more...

  • Broadmoor - My Journey Into Hellby Charlie Bronson; Lorraine Etherington

    John Blake Publishing 2015; US$ 7.28

    THE CLOSEST PLACE ON EARTH THAT YOU WILL GET TO HELL - Charlie BronsonBroadmoor: My Journey Into Hell documents the story of long-term prisoner Charlie Bronson and his five-year stay at Britain's most notorious mental hospital, Broadmoor. His journey has, until now, never been told.In the winter of 1979, aged just twenty-seven, the inmate who would... more...

  • The Guvnor Tapes - Lenny McLean's Unpublished Stories, As Told By The Man Himselfby Peter Gerrard; Lenny McLean

    John Blake Publishing 2007; US$ 7.28

    "The Guv'nor" was a classic book that started an entire genre. It was the original and incredible true story of the world's greatest hard man, Lenny McLean. Ever since it was published, fans of Lenny have been clamouring to know more and more about this legendary figure. Now, at last, Lenny's co-author Peter Gerrard has gathered together the stories... more...

  • Klandestineby Pate McMichael

    Chicago Review Press 2015; US$ 21.99

    Pate McMichael is an award-winning journalist. His stories have been published in Atlanta magazine, Saint Louis magazine, Zócalo Public Square , and elsewhere. He lives in Madison, Georgia. more...