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  • Assassinations and Conspiraciesby Rodney Castleden

    Omnipress 2010; US$ 2.99

    Assassinations shake the world. They are a major threat to political stability ?and they always have been. They shock society to its foundations. The assassins may be political activists, rivals, idealists, social campaigners or cold-blooded hitmen. Some are genuinely altruistic,seeking the salvation of their country;some are ruthless power-grabbing... more...

  • At the Hands of a Strangerby Lee Butcher

    Kensington 2012; US$ 5.99

    I didn't kill them for any satisfaction. It was distasteful. It was dreadful. Of course, I was able to do it because of my general rage against society. Meredith Emerson was a recent college graduate who disappeared while taking her beloved dog, Ella, for a hike on Georgia's Blood Mountain on New Year's Day, 2008. Cheryl Dunlap was a nurse whose body... more...

  • Aus der Dunkelkammer des Bösenby Mark Benecke; Lydia Benecke

    Bastei Entertainment 2011; US$ 8.10

    Mark Benecke präsentiert in diesem E-Book ein Sammelsurium des Schrecklichen. Mit Co-Autorin und Psychologin Lydia Benecke steigt er in die Abgründe der menschlichen Seele hinab, gemeinsam entschlüsseln sie die Hintergründe spektakulärer Verbrechen und bringen Details ans Tageslicht, die erschrecken und faszinieren. Was geht zum Beispiel in einem... more...

  • Australia's Most Murderous Prisonby James Phelps

    Random House Australia 2015; US$ 22.47

    BEHIND THE WALLS OF GOULBURN JAILAn unprecedented spate of murders in the 1990s - seven in just three years - earned Goulburn Jail the ominous name of 'The Killing Fields'. Inmates who were sentenced or transferred to the 130-year-old towering sandstone menace declared they had been given a death sentence. Gang alliances, power plays, contracted hits,... more...

  • The Australian Crime File 2by Paul B. Kidd

    Echo Publishing 2013; US$ 9.99

    More stories from the biggest-ever collection of Australian true crime. From the annals of our criminal history - and as featured on Paul B. Kidd's top-rating radio segement 'Crime File' - comes another collection of Australian true crime stories, from high-proifile murder cases to crimes of he macabre and bizarre. more...

  • The Australian Crime File 3by Paul B. Kidd

    Echo Publishing 2012; US$ 9.99

    Hours more entertaining reading from the biggest ever collection of true crime stories by Australia's most popular crime historian, Paul B. Kidd. more...

  • Author Unknownby Don Foster

    Henry Holt and Co. 2014; US$ 8.99

    From the professor who invented literary forensics--and fingered Joe Klein as the author of Primary Colors --comes the inside story of how he solves his most challenging cases Don Foster is the world's first literary detective. Realizing that everyone's use of language is as distinctive as his or her DNA, Foster developed a revolutionary methodology... more...

  • The Bad Nurseby Sheila Johnson

    Kensington 2015; US$ 1.99

    Murder By Medicine In the small southern town of Ider, Alabama, everyone knew Karri Willoughby as a devoted nurse, loving wife, and mother of two small children. When she was accused of killing her stepfather Billy Junior Shaw with a fatal injection of the anesthetic Propofol, outraged friends and family rallied to her defense. Overnight Karrie... more...

  • Badlandsby Paul French

    Penguin Books Ltd 2012; US$ 3.18

    The Badlands, a warren of narrow hutongs in the eastern district of pre-communist Peking, had its heyday in the 1930s. Home to the city's drifters, misfits and the odd bohemian, it was a place of opium dens, divebars, brothels, flophouses and cabarets, and was infamous for its ability to satisfy every human desire from the exotically entertaining to... more...

  • The Ballad of Danny Wolfeby Joe Friesen

    McClelland & Stewart 2016; US$ 24.95 US$ 18.50

    The harrowing story of the life and death of the man who founded and ran the first and largest Aboriginal street gang.      In 2008, Danny Wolfe, a Winnipeg Aboriginal man, was 31-years-old and awaiting trial on two counts of first-degree murder in at the Regina Correctional Centre. In spite of his young age, it wasn't his first time behind bars... more...