The Last Man Standing

Is Jack Daniel McCullough
By Alan R. Warren

The Last Man Standing Is Jack Daniel McCullough by Alan R. Warren is a true-crime story. A chance interview makes Alan Warren believe that Jack McCullough might just be innocent of the crimes of which he was found guilty. Two crimes – a seven-year-old girl,...

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The Pale-Faced Lie

A True Story
By David Crow

I’m going to go out on a limb here and tell you that The Pale-Faced Lie by David Crow is one of the most enlightening and entertaining true stories I have ever read. Crow’s memoir of what it was like being raised...if one can call...

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No Second Chances

By Christopher Sherrod

No Second Chances is a work of non-fiction in the criminal justice genre and was penned by author C. Kyle Sherrod. Written for adults due to its thematic content and descriptions of graphic violence, this is a true story which explains the experiences of the...

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Professional Investigation

By Emmanuel Anim-Danquah

Professional Investigation by Emmanuel Anim-Danquah is an eye-opening book on the principles of investigation, a comprehensive book that details the step-by-step rules to follow in an investigation, what to know and how to successfully conduct and complete an investigation. The author talks about the importance...

Passionate Oversights

A True Crime Story
By Charles W Massie III

Passionate Oversights is a work of true crime in the non-fiction genre, penned by author Charles W Massie III. Focusing on hard-hitting themes such as domestic abuse and psychological damage, particularly from the male victim and female abuser angle, this harrowing true-life story begins with...

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Playing Dead

A Memoir of Terror and Survival
By Monique Faison Ross

Playing Dead: A Memoir of Terror and Survival by Monique Faison Ross and Gary M. Krebs is a memoir that chronicles the author’s abusive relationship with her childhood sweetheart, an abuse that escalated from verbal and physical hurt to an attempt at murder. Monique married...

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Was Michael Jackson Murdered? You be the Judge

By Everett Watson

Was Michael Jackson Murdered? You Be The Judge is a work of non-fiction based on the life and premature death of the titular pop icon, penned by author and filmmaker Everett Watson. During the filmmaking process, Watson’s investigation and gathering of evidence prompted the creation...

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The Best New True Crime Stories

Serial Killers
By Mitzi Szereto

The Best New True Crime Stories: Serial Killers by Mitzi Szereto is a look at some of the worst serial killers of our time. We often think of certain names when we talk of serial killers – the Wests, the Moor murderers, the Yorkshire Ripper,...

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Dead Reckoning

By Caitlin Rother

Dead Reckoning by Caitlin Rother is a true-crime story. Tom and Jackie Hawks are retired, enjoying life on the ocean on their yacht named the Well Deserved. The time has come to sell it and move back to Arizona and one couple seems interested in...

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Moms of the Missing

Living the Nightmare
By Steffen Hou

Moms of the Missing: Living the Nightmare by Steffen Hou is a collection of cases in which children (and adults) were abducted and in most cases never heard from again. Hou starts this non-fiction book with the case of Alicia Kozakiewicz, a thirteen-year-old who was...

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