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The Oddball Crew Behind the $17 Million Loomis Fargo Theft
by Jeff Diamant
<div>The bizarre true story of the criminals behind the second-largest bank heist in American history.One night in a small North Carolina town, a down-on-his-luck guard at Loomis Fargo manages to steal $17 million-literally more than one ton of ...
Van Diemen’s Land
by Paul Collins
<DIV>Alexander Pearce and seven of his fellow convicts escaped from gaol in 1822 into one of the most unique and beautiful places on earth – the Tasmanian wilderness. This classic Australian story details the men’s attempt to free ...
Inside the Meth Fiefdoms, Rebel Hideouts and Bomb-Scarred Party Towns of Southeast Asia
by Patrick Winn
An expose of Southeast Asia's criminal underworld in the 21st century and its surprising links to the West. ...
by James Patterson
<b><b>Two true-crime cases from the hit TV series <i>Murder is Forever</i></b></b><br><b><i></i><br>HOME SWEET MURDER</b>-<b> </b>Lawyer Leo Fisher and his wife Sue are enjoying a quiet Sunday dinner at home. Until a man in a suit rings at their
A Year On The Killing Streets
by David Simon
The bestselling true crime classic from the creator of <i>The Wire</i>, is now a canon ...
Sinister Secrets and Truths Untold: The Portland Hair Salon Murders
by Leonie Wallace
by Brian Eha
How Money Got Free ...
by Lis Wiehl
New York Times bestselling author and former federal prosecutor Lis Wiehl uses new research and first-hand interviews to tell the heart-pounding story of Charles Manson&rsquo;s horrific crimes, the painstaking investigation that followed, ...
by Thea Astley
Leverson, the narrator at the centre of these stories, calls himself a 'people freak'. Seduced by north Queensland's sultry beauty and unique strangeness, he is as fascinated by the invading hordes of misfits from the south as by the old ...Audio Book
by Taylor Edison
The moving true story of a little girl with Asperger syndrome, controlled and abused by the one person she called her friend. Taylor had always struggled to make friends – she felt ‘different'. Taylor never knew her father and her ...
Behind the Bars of Bali's Most Notorious Prison
by Paul Conibeer
I Survived Kerobokan is the harrowing story of an innocent man jailed in Bali's infamous Kerobokan Prison. Paul Conibeer, a tourist, had his wallet and phone stolen by street kids and was falsely imprisoned for ten months after being unable to ...
Solving Killer Cases from My Life Fighting Crime
by Detective Lt. Joe Kenda
by Joanna Connors
‘More chilling than a horror film and more thought provoking than an HBO doc … I Will Find You is at once hard to read and even harder to put down' CosmopolitanThe powerful, unflinching and deeply humane story of a journalist's quest
One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer
by Michelle McNamara
With introduction by Gillian Flynn, a compelling true crime account of the Golden State Killer - the elusive serial rapist turned murderer who terrorised California for over a decade - from Michelle McNamara, the gifted journalist who died ...
by Mick Gatto & Tom Noble
"Mick Gatto.<br> Gambler.<br> Underworld veteran.<br> Melbourne gangland survivor.<br> <br> Mick Gatto in his bestselling autobiography finally reveals the man behind the headlines.<br> <br> Gatto's unique position—of knowing all the ...
by Alan Keightley
'Provides a disturbing and unique insight into the man himself - and the nature of evil.' DAILY MAIL Since May 1966 when Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were sentenced to life imprisonment at Chester Assizes the British public has been absorbed and
by Jerome F Buting
Over his career, Jerome F. Buting has spent hundreds of hours in courtrooms representing defendants in criminal trials. When he agreed to join Dean Strang as co-counsel for the defense in State of Wisconsin v. Steven A. Avery, he knew a tough ...
by Andrew Fraser
A compelling, jaw-dropping collection of stories from Andrew Fraser's high-profile career as a criminal defence lawyer. ...
by Fox Butterfield
The United States currently holds the distinction of housing nearly one-quarter of the world's prison population. But our reliance on mass incarceration, Fox Butterfield argues, misses the intractable reality- <i>As few as 5 percent of American ...
by Kathryn Casey
On a cold January morning, the killer executed Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse in broad daylight. Eight shots fired a block from the Kaufman County Courthouse. Two months later, a massacre. The day before Easter, the couple slept. ...