True Crime

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    A Cold-Blooded Business
    Adultery, Murder, and a Killer's Path from the Bible Belt to the Boardroom
    By Marek Fuchs
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In 1959, Olathe, Kansas was made famous by the murder of the Clutter family and Truman Capote's ground-breaking book on the crime, In Cold Blood. But fewer know that Olathe achieved notoriety again in 1982, when a member of Olathe's growing Evangelical Christian population, a gentle man named David Harmon,... [READ MORE]
    The Encyclopedia of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List
    Over Fifty Years of Convicts, Robbers, Terrorists, and Other Rogues
    By Duane Swierczynski
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In 1949, a crime reporter looking for a way to fill a column published the nation’s ten worst criminals as classified by the FBI: two accused murderers, four escaped convicts, a bank robber, and three “confidence men.” In addition to the stark black and white photos that accompanied the article, the... [READ MORE]
    The Shooting of Rabbit Wells
    A White Cop, a Young Man of Color, and an American Tragedy; with a New Introduction by the Author
    By William Loizeaux
    (Arcade Publishing)
    What put a white cop and a black youth on a tragic collision course? This moving account is more timely than ever.On a frigid winter’s night in 1973, William “Rabbit” Wells, a young man of mixed race, was shot and killed by a white policeman named William Sorgie outside a bar in Bernardsville, New Jersey.... [READ MORE]
    FBI Handbook of Crime Scene Forensics
    The Authoritative Guide to Navigating Crime Scenes
    By Federal Bureau of Investigation Federal Bureau of Investigation, Foreword by Jacqueline Fish
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Guidance and procedures for safe and efficient methods from the FBI’s Laboratory Division and Operational Technology Division.The FBI Handbook of Crime Scene Forensics is the official procedural guide for law enforcement agencies, attorneys, and tribunals who wish to submit evidence to the FBI’s Laboratory... [READ MORE]
    Greentown
    Murder and Mystery in Greenwich, America's Wealthiest Community
    By Timothy Dumas
    (Arcade Publishing)
    The first edition of Greentown helped reopen one of America’s most shameful unsolved murder cases, the savage slaying of fifteen-year-old Martha Moxley in an exclusive enclave of Greenwich, Connecticut, the night before Halloween 1975. Soon after Martha’s body was discovered, attention focused on members... [READ MORE]
    Mafia Cop
    The Two Families of Michael Palermo; Saints Only Live in Heaven
    By Richard Cagan
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Detective Michael Palermo built his career on his unique ability to inhabit two worlds at once: the world of law enforcement and the underworld of New York’s crime family organizations. Palermo participated in over two thousand arrests while maintaining close relationships with the kingpins of organized... [READ MORE]
    A Cold-Blooded Business
    Adultery, Murder, and a Killer's Path from the Bible Belt to the Boardroom
    By Marek Fuchs
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In 1959, Olathe, Kansas, was made famous by the murder of the Clutter family and Truman Capote’s groundbreaking book on the crime, In Cold Blood. But fewer know that Olathe achieved notoriety again in 1982, when a member of Olathe’s growing Evangelical Christian population, a gentle man named David Harmon,... [READ MORE]
    The Johns
    Sex for Sale and the Men Who Buy It
    By Victor Malarek
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Each year, more than 800,000 women and children are lured, tricked, or forced into prostitution to meet an apparently insatiable demand, joining an estimated 10 million women already ensnared in the $20 billion worldwide sex trade. To date, most research on the subject has focused on the various issues... [READ MORE]
    Getting Away With Murder
    The True Story Behind American Taliban John Walker Lindh and What the U.S. Government Had to Hide
    By Richard D. Mahoney
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Getting Away With Murder is an explosive investigation into the death of an American hero, the strange case of the “American Taliban,” and why we never got the truth about either—until now. When John Walker Lindh was arrested in November 2001, Americans were shocked to learn that one of our own had fought... [READ MORE]
    The Shooting of Rabbit Wells
    A White Cop, a Young Man of Color, and an American Tragedy
    By William Loizeaux
    (Arcade Publishing)
    What put a white cop and a black youth on a tragic collision course? On a frigid winter’s night in 1973, William “Rabbit” Wells, a young man of mixed race, was shot and killed by a white policeman named William Sorgie outside a bar. The shooting stunned the placid, prosperous communities of New York.... [READ MORE]
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