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by Anthony Sadler
On 21 August 2015, Ayoub al-Khazzani boarded a train in Brussels bound for Paris. Khazzani's mission was clear- he had an AK-47, a pistol, a box cutter, and enough ammunition to obliterate the 554 passengers on the crowded train. But as he began
by Anthony Sadler
"On 21 August 2015, Ayoub al-Khazzani boarded a train in Brussels bound for Paris. We now know that he was an ISIS terrorist. Khazzani's mission was clear- he had an AK-47, a pistol, a box cutter, and enough ammunition to obliterate the 554 ...
A celebration of LGBTQ+ icons
by Dan Jones
<DIV>Featuring beautifully illustrated portraits and profiles, <B>50 Queers Who Changed the World </B>is a tribute to some of the most inspirational people of all time. <BR /><BR /> LGBTQ people are some of the coolest in history – ...
by Laura Thompson
An authoritative account of the Lucan case, which has remained etched on the psyche of a fascinated and appalled public for 40 years. On 7 November 1974, a nanny named Sandra Rivett was bludgeoned to death in a Belgravia basement. A second ...
by Laura Thompson
An authoritative account of the Lucan case, which has remained etched on the psyche of a fascinated and appalled public for 40 years. Revised and updated following the death of Lady Lucan. 'Sensational. The most minutely researched and ...
by Ann Rule
The Inside Story Of A Homicide Squad
by Del Quentin Wilber
In a true crime cross between James Ellroy and David Simon's <i>The Wire</i>, <i>A Good Month for Murder</i> follows twelve homicides, three police-involved shootings and the furious hunt for an especially brutal killer in Washington D.C. ...
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by Mona Anderson
The original and all-time classic of high-country station life in New Zealand Mount Algidus, the author's home, was one of the great high-country sheep stations of Canterbury, New Zealand. It occupied a mountain range between two ice rivers and
by Tim Watson-Munro
<b>From the author of the extraordinary memoir, <i>Dancing with Demons</i> </b> DRUG LORDS. DEVIANTS. BLACK WIDOWS. HIT MEN. RIOT GIRLS. MASS MURDERERS. PSYCHOS. No one gets closer to Australia's craziest characters than 'Doc' Tim Watson-Munro,
How outlaw motorcycle gangs became the world's biggest criminal empire
by Ross Coulthart
Following the astonishing revelations in the bestselling <i>Dead Man Running</i>, comes this forensic examination of the global future of organised crime - now being operated on a massive scale by outlaw motorcycle gangs. ...
by Robin Bowles
This collection of stories centres on the idea of 'accidental death', and the upheaval caused in the lives of those who lose a loved one in this way. Several of the cases examined here turned out, on investigation, not to be accidents at all. ...
A Journalist's War with Organised Crime
by Russell Findlay
<p>Russell Findlay spent decades taking on the most dangerous men in Scotland’s criminal underworld. Organised crime clans such as the Daniels, Lyons and McGoverns were unmasked by Findlay and his colleagues at the <i>Sunday Mail </i>and ...
A working dog's life in the high country
by Corey Mosen
The highly illustrated, heartwarming story of conservation heroes, dog Ajax and his handler Corey, who traverse remote parts of the South Island tracking kea nests. ...
by Matthew Condon
The gripping finale to <i>Three Crooked Kings </i>and <i>Jacks and Jokers</i> brings to a close Matthew Condon's best-selling true-crime trilogy. In 1983, the soon-to-be-knighted Police Commissioner Terry Lewis continues to turn a blind eye to
by Bruce Bennett
<p>The brutal and compulsive true tale of two cops attempt to cleanse a New York neighbourhood of crime in a heroin epidemic </p><p>Welcome to Alphabet City, Manhattan's most crime-ridden neighbourhood with murder, rape and violence hitting ...
by Richard Davenport-Hines
A dazzling reconstruction of the Profumo Affair which brings to life Sixties England and uncovers the shocking truth behind the scandal. Britain in the early 1960s was dominated by the legacy of two world wars. Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, ...
by Paula Heelan
'Photography helped me view the bush differently. The flat, dry, barren landscape I first saw was replaced with a kaleidoscope of colour, magnificent light and texture from red dirt to sapphire skies – long roads, small towns and ...