360 books (18 pages) in this category
by Virginia Vallejo
The shocking, sensational memoir of Virginia Vallejo, Pablo Escobar's famous lover. Soon to be the major film <i>Loving Pablo</i> starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, released worldwide early 2018. ...
by Ann Rule
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William Cyril Moxley and the Moorebank Killings
by Peter Corris
William Cyril Moxley was hanged at Sydney’s Long Bay Gaol in 1932 – the first execution in New South Wales for eight years. His crime was the brutal rape and murder of 21-year-old Dorothy Ruth Denzel and the vicious beating and killing of her ...
Tougher than the Krays, Frank and his boys on gangland, crime and doing time
by David Fraser
Drawing on exclusive final interviews with Frank, and with unprecedented access to his closest relatives, <i>Mad Frank and Sons</i> follows his rise from a small kid stealing to put food on the table to a feared and respected West End crime lord
Camorra, mafia, 'ndrangheta: the rise of the Honoured Societies
by John Dickie
Love, Death and Money at the Heart of Organised Crime
by Federico Varese
A compelling new account of life inside the mafia around the world. What is it like to belong to the mafia? How do you join? What does it do to your loved ones? How do you make it to the top? And what happens if you break the rules? ...
by Harold Schechter
The strange and terrible story of Alfred Packer, alleged man-eater and legend of 19th-century America's Western frontier. In February 1874 Alfred Packer staggered out of the Colorado mountains and into the Los Pinos Indian agency. Snowbound and
by Jeff Guinn
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by HASTINGS DAVID
'Dreadful murder at Opunake', said the Taranaki Herald, 'Shocking outrage', cried the Evening Post in Wellington when they learned in November 1880 that a young woman called Mary Dobie had been found lying under a flax bush near Opunake on the ...
The chilling expose of our secret nuclear shame and betrayal of our troops and country
by Frank Walker
The Boston Gangsters Who Pulled Off the World's Greatest Art Heist
by Stephen Kurkjian
by James Morton
Maximum security - the toughest classification in the Australian prison system - exerts a powerful fascination. Housing the nation's worst criminals, the so-called 'intractables', these facilities are settings of violence and despair. Just how ...
by Matthew Thompson
<b>"A Gonzo portrait of the Mad Max of Supermax" </b><b>Andrew Rule, author of <i>Underbelly</i></b> Meet BADNE$$. He's the enigmatic, impulsive, exasperating, destructive, big-hearted Aussie outlaw who stole millions of dollars in daring bank
Disturbing cases of doctors who kill
by Robert M Kaplan
The Hippocratic Oath commands all doctors to 'first do no harm' - what then makes a doctor cross that line to murder? A fascinating study of doctors on the wrong side of the law. ...
by Paul French
January, 1937- Peking is a heady mix of privilege and scandal, lavish cocktail bars and opium dens, warlords and corruption, rumours and superstition - and the clock is ticking down on all of it. In the exclusive Legation Quarter, the ...
Inside Australia's biggest manhunt - a detective's story
by Clive Small
A true insider's story of the Backpacker Murders from the detective who led the team that arrested Ivan Milat. ...
by Sinclair McKay
The case Arthur Conon Doyle could not solve. The murder of Mary Emsley in 1860 gripped the nation and confounded the best detectives for years. ...
by Allan Hall
ON 28 AUGUST 1984, JOSEF FRITZL, DRUGGED HIS TEENAGE DAUGHTER ELISABETH WITH ETHER AND IMPRISONED HER IN A SOUNDPROOF UNDERGROUND BUNKER, BEHIND EIGHT LOCKED DOORS. Four twenty-four years, he raped and abused her, never letting her or three ...
by Cameron White
the rise, fall and ultimate redemption of a wannabe player in the global narcotics business. Cameron White wasn?your archetypal drug dealer. He juggled a successful career as a talent and literary agent with an equally successful career as a ...
by Howard Marks
<b>The last pill and testament from Britain's most famous and well-love drug smuggler</b> <b>"Told with trademark wit and charm." <i>Press and Journal</i></b> <b>"He is such a good writer ... Some of the descriptions in <i>Mr Smiley</i> of the