Killers Keep Secrets

The Golden State Killer's Other Life
By James Huddle

Killers Keep Secrets: The Golden State Killer's Other Life by James Huddle is an honest and raw account of James’s life as the brother-in-law of the Golden State Killer, Joseph James DeAngelo. James starts off by explaining how DeAngelo became a part of the...

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The Rise And Fall Of A 'Casino' Mobster

The Tony Spilotro Story Through A Hitman's Eyes
By Frank Cullotta, Dennis N. Griffin

In writing The Rise And Fall Of A 'Casino' Mobster: The Tony Spilotro Story Through A Hitman's Eyes, Frank Cullotta seeks to set the record straight regarding his association with Tony Spilotro, with help from co-author Dennis N. Griffin. Anthony (Tony) Spilotro was the Chicago...

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The Best New True Crime Stories

Partners in Crime
By Mitzi Szereto

Mitzi Szereto has done it again in The Best New True Crime Stories: Partners in Crime, the fifth anthology of true crime stories focusing on partners doing the deeds. The stories take us from Germany to the US, back to London before landing on East...

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The Girl I Never Knew

Who Killed Melissa Witt?
By LaDonna Humphrey

The Girl I Never Knew: Who Killed Melissa Witt? is a work of non-fiction in the true crime and thriller subgenres by LaDonna Humphrey. As the title suggests, the work focuses on the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Melissa Witt, and the answers to...

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Hunting Charles Manson

The Quest for Justice in the Days of Helter Skelter
By Lis Wiehl

In August 1969, a pair of savage murders stunned Los Angeles and the world. The Tate-LaBianca murders left seven dead and an entire city consumed by fear and paranoia. Lis Wiehl sets out to examine the events in Hunting Charles Manson: The Quest for Justice...

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Immunity for Murder

The Veronica Taft Story
By David M. Beers

Veronica Taft was a twenty-three-year-old woman who lived in New York with her four children. She worked nights and paid her boyfriend, Charles, to babysit the children. On December 30th, 2010, Veronica got back from work a little after 7:00 am. Veronica wasn’t feeling well,...

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The Injustice System

It Could Happen to You
By Ronarose Train

Before I even read The Injustice System by Ronarose Train, my perceptions of the fairness of the judicial system weren’t positive. Oh, how this biography supported my misgivings and how unfortunate for Sam Gray, falsely accused of major financial crimes, that he believed justice would...

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Psychology of Horror Villains, Victims, and Survivors.

Movie Edition Vol. I
By S. L. Yarbrough

Psychology of Horror Villains, Survivors, and Victims: Volume 1 Movie Edition by S. L. Yarbrough delves deep into the psyche of numerous fictional and non-fictional characters. The book has sections with a mental affliction as their main theme, so for instance, if the mental disorder...

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Under a Full Moon

The Last Lynching in Kansas
By Alice Kay Hill

Alice Kay Hill’s sad and tragic Under a Full Moon is set in the early settler times of the American Mid-West. It is a story of pioneering times, of hardships, and ordinary folk attempting to make a living off the land. These were hard times,...

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Scrapped: Justice and a Teen Informant

The Real Story of Heidi Allen's Kidnapping
By Lisa A. Peebles and John O'Brien

In Scrapped: Justice and a Teen Informant, Lisa A. Peebles and John O'Brien investigate the abduction of Heidi Allen on the early morning of Easter - April 3, 1994 - from the store where she worked. Despite no evidence linking them to the crime, two...

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