Non-Fiction - True Crime

Con Artistry

How to Spot and Deal with a Con Artist to Avoid the Different Types of Scams
By Edwin Piers, Instafo

Toward the end of Con Artistry by Edwin Piers, Instafo, the author states: “A con artist is only as great as its victim”. How very true, and one might add that the less informed the victim, the greater the con artist’s chances of success. That’s...

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Lucky

A Scar is Born Book 1
By Christian Cipollini

Lucky (A Scar is Born Book 1) by Christian Cipollini is a comic book. It's 1929 and Salvatore Lucania is about to meet his fate. A brutal attack leaves him disfigured and this is the turning point, the point that turns him from plain Mr....

Cradle of Crime

A Daughter's Tribute
By Luellen Smiley

Luellen Smiley’s Cradle of Crime: A Daughter's Tribute is a narrative account of a hidden family history. The narrator of the story is hounded by her fear of her father, but after watching the documentary of Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel’s life, her father’s best friend, hearing...

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Murdered In Malaysia

The Altantuya Story
By E.S. Shankar

Murdered In Malaysia: The Altantuya Story by E.S. Shankar is a true crime tale that explores the murder of the twenty-eight-year-old Mongolian Dr. Altantuya Shaariibuu on October 28, 2006. Who actually killed this brilliant woman and for what reason? Much has been made of the...

Unsafe On Any Campus?

College Sexual Assault and What We Can Do About It
By Sam Staley

What happens when the “no means no” philosophy of physical relationships is ignored? Can the victim be seriously considered a “victim” of sexual assault? What is the difference between sexual assault and rape? How do we regain ownership of our own bodies and minds in...

Good Girls on Bad Drugs

Addiction Nonfiction of the Unhappy Hookers
By Mark Mathew Braunstein

Good Girls on Bad Drugs: Addiction Nonfiction of the Unhappy Hookers by Mark Mathew Braunstein is a true story. Set near to two of the largest casinos, this is the tale of the girl-next-door, the women who become hooked on heroin, coke, crack and opioids,...

From Boy To Blue

Becoming One Of America's Finest
By Steve Warneke

If you want to know what it feels like to be a cop, to understand police procedures and their commitment, coupled with their fine sense of accountability, then reading Steve Warneke’s memoir will be best for you. From Boy To Blue: Becoming One Of America's...

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Contract Killer

The Making of a Murderer
By Rodney Timms

You pretty much have to live in the bush or the desert these days not to hear of yet another mass murder or killing spree, sadly, and increasingly, committed by teenagers. What is going on here and why does it happen? What is going on...

The Boy Who Loved Girls

The Memoir of a Boy on His Dangerous Journey
By Robert McNally

The Boy Who Loved Girls: The Memoir of a Boy on His Dangerous Journey by Robert McNally is a unique memoir that captures the youth of insurance auditor Robert McNally in colorful prose. He is the guy who escaped being drafted into military service in...

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A Bat in the Belfry

The True Story of the Boston Belfry Murderer
By B.A. Ellis

A Bat In The Belfry by B.A. Ellis is a stunning historical novel depicting one of the greatest crimes and trials in the late nineteenth century. Fire ravages Boston in 1872, demolishing a large portion of the city. The following year another fire takes place...