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  • See No Evilby Ron Felber

    Biteback Publishing 2013; US$ 17.49

    See No Evil is based on the life story of a Jewish kid from the Bronx who, through his childhood defence of a bullied young boy, became a trusted friend and, later, physician to New York mafia dons, while simultaneously securing and maintaining a career as a high-flying surgeon at home among the city?s chattering classes. The doctor was forced to... more...

  • The Weaselby Adrian Humphreys

    HarperCollins Canada 2013; US$ 13.99

    In the world of organized crime, the bosses grab the headlines. But a crime family has many working parts and the young mobster known as The Weasel was the epitome of a crucial, invisible cog—the soldier, the muscle, the driver, the gopher. By a quirk of fate, Marvin Elkind—The Weasel—was placed in the Toronto foster home of a tough gangster family,... more...

  • The Weaselby Adrian Humphreys

    HarperCollins Canada 2013; Not Available

    In the world of organized crime, the bosses grab the headlines. But a crime family has many working parts and the young mobster known as The Weasel was the epitome of a crucial, invisible cog—the soldier, the muscle, the driver, the gopher. By a quirk of fate, Marvin Elkind—The Weasel—was placed in the Toronto foster home of a tough gangster family,... more...

  • Getting Away With Murder - The Kray Twins were convicted of four murders but in reality the deaths numbered tenby Lenny Hamilton; Craig Cabell

    John Blake Publishing 2006; US$ 8.74

    One time jewel thief Lenny Hamilton is still a well-known character in the East End. Respected for actually castigating the Kray brothers on television while they were still alive, he wrote his autobiography, Branded by Ronnie Kray, which detailed Lenny?s own life and the night when Ronnie Kray branded him with red-hot pokers. Lenny was an outspoken... more...

  • The Bundy Murdersby Kevin M. Sullivan

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2009; US$ 25.00

    Theodore Bundy was one of the more infamous, and flamboyant, American serial killers on record, and his story is a complex mix of psychopathology, criminal investigation, and the U.S. legal system. This in-depth examination of Bundy's life and his killing spree that totaled dozens of victims is drawn from legal transcripts, correspondence and interviews... more...

  • The Silent Donby Scott M. Deitch

    Barricade Books 2007; US$ 9.99

    The Silent Don: The Criminal Underworld of Santo Trafficante Jr. exposes the life and ruthless times of one of America's most powerful and feared mob bosses. With a criminal empire that stretched from the Gulf Coast throughout the Caribbean, Trafficante was linked to drug trafficking, plots to kill Fidel Castro, and the assissination of JFK. Scott... more...

  • Warrior Kingsby Noel Razor Smith

    Andrews UK 2010; US$ 8.99

    It was the long hot summer of 1976, and a 15-year-old Noel Smith, testosterone jangling, was among many south London kids keen to stamp their mark on the world and find an identity and a sense of belonging. Rock ’n’ roll music of the ’50s had gripped his imagination and, adopting the dress, hairstyle and dance moves, a Teddy boy was... more...

  • Survived by Oneby Robert E. Hanlon; Thomas V Odle

    Southern Illinois University Press 2013; US$ 29.95

    On November 8, 1985, 18-year-old Tom Odle brutally murdered his parents and three siblings in the small southern Illinois town of Mount Vernon, sending shockwaves throughout the nation.  The murder of the Odle family remains one of the most horrific family mass murders in U.S. history. Odle was sentenced to death and, after seventeen years on... more...

  • Comparative Histories of Crimeby Barry Godfrey; Clive Emsley; Graeme Dunstall

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 50.95

    This book aims to both reflect and take forward current thinking on comparative and cross-national and cross-cultural aspects of the history of crime. Its content is wide-ranging: some chapters discuss the value of comparative approaches in aiding understanding of comparative history, and providing research directions for the future; others address... more...

  • Ageing, Crime and Societyby Azrini Wahidin; Maureen Cain

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 53.95

    The relationship between ageing and crime has been a much neglected issue, the focus rather being on youth. This books aims to redress this imbalance, bringing together a group of leading authorities to address key issues on the subject of crime and ageing, considering older people as both victims and perpetrators of crime, and looking too at conditions... more...