Made in America

By Michael Marra

Prequel to Ghost: Where Truth and Fiction collide, Made in America explores the formative years of the man of whom was said, “I never expected to ‘meet’ a man with a license to kill”. Born into a deeply religious Italian family, six-year-old Michael Marra declared...

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Disguised Blessings

A Wife's Story of Her Wall Street Husband Turned Bank Robber
By Jeanne Callahan Trantel

Disguised Blessings: A Wife's Story of Her Wall Street Husband Turned Bank Robber by Jeanne Callahan Trantel is the non-fiction autobiography of a woman whose marriage was built on a foundation of lies. From the outside looking in, there is very little that would lead...

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Tinderbox

The Untold Story of the Up Stairs Lounge Fire and the Rise of Gay Liberation
By Robert W. Fieseler

Tinderbox is a work of non-fiction in the true-crime sub-genre and was penned by author Robert W. Fieseler. Written for adult audiences due to graphic content, sexual situations, violence, language and discriminatory explicit language, this work is subtitled ‘The Untold Story of the Up Stairs...

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The Lindbergh Kidnapping Suspect No. 1

The Man Who Got Away
By Lise Pearlman

On March 1, 1932, Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr. was abducted from his crib in his parents' New Jersey home. His nanny, Betty Gow, was the first to notice his disappearance. This stirred a massive hunt for baby Charles and the kidnapper(s). The Lindbergh Kidnapping Suspect...

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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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