Non-Fiction - True Crime

The Shawcross Letters

My Journey Into The Mind Of Evil
By John Paul Fay, Brian Whitney

The Shawcross Letters: My Journey Into The Mind Of Evil by John Paul Fay and Brian Whitney is a disturbing true crime story, told through a series of letters and interviews. Arthur Shawcross is one of the most evil of all killers and his interviewer,...

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My Brother's Keeper

A Thirty-Year Quest To Bring Two Killers To Justice
By Chris Russo Blackwood

My Brother's Keeper by Chris Russo Blackwood is one man’s story of 'A Thirty-Year Quest to Bring Two Killers to Justice.' Ted Kergan was launched into action from the minute he was told his brother was missing and was presumed to be dead. Two people...

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Shotgunned

The Long Ordeal of a Wounded Cop Seeking Justice
By Dana Owen

So often, too often, we read stories about corruption in the police force, or question whether a cop did the right thing when he shot someone he believed was a threat to himself or others. We shake our heads wondering what to think about these...

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California's Deadly Women

Murder and Mayhem in the Golden State 1850–1950
By Michael Thomas Barry

California's Deadly Women: Murder and Mayhem in the Golden State 1850–1950 by Michael Thomas Barry tells the tales of exactly that. Crime stories fill our newspapers from cover to cover these days, but things were no different years ago. In the century between 1850 and...

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In DeLorean's Shadow

The Drug Trial of The Century by The Sole Surviving Defendant
By Stephen Arrington

Here is a story that every publisher and media house should be scrambling for, and it beats me that it is self-published, because it is well-written, a powerful documentary that readers would enjoy on screen. I wish to shout out to the big movie giants...

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Gangs and the Military

Gangsters, Bikers, and Terrorists with Military Training
By Carter F Smith

I read Gangs and the Military: Gangsters, Bikers, and Terrorists with Military Training by Carter F. Smith in order to learn more about this phenomenon as research for a work of fiction I have planned. I wanted to learn about the gangs associated with spreading...

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Raw Deal

The Untold Story Of NYPD's "Cannibal Cop"
By Gil Valle, Brian Whitney

If you are at all up on your current events, chances are good that you’ve heard of Gil Valle, the so-called cannibal cop. In Raw Deal, we get to meet the man himself. His childhood, his life, career and marriage. The whole man, not just...

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Executive Hoodlum

Negotiating on the Corner of Main and Mean
By John Costello with Larry Elder

Executive Hoodlum: Negotiating on the Corner of Main and Mean by John Costello with Larry Elder is a thought-provoking and engaging true story like nothing I’ve ever really read before. Personally, I always veer towards non-fiction stories, but as I read this book, I found...

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Murder In The County

50 True Stories of the Old West
By Denele Campbell

Murder in The County by Denele Campbell is a collection of 50 True Stories of the Old West. Some people think that Arkansas was nothing to do with the Old West, but it was firmly up there with places like Texas. And crime abounded, from...

A Special Kind Of Evil

The Colonial Parkway Serial Killings
By Blaine L. Pardoe, Victoria R. Hester

A Special Kind of Evil by Blaine L. Pardoe and Victoria R. Hester is a look back at the Colonial Parkway Serial Killings. A team of true-crime authors, father and daughter, are bringing these cold cases back to life in the hope that new evidence...

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