Tom Brennan - True Crime - 2001 - 192 pages
Drawn from police files, eyewitness accounts, and news reports, these stories introduce extreme criminals in an extreme land.
Ann Rule - True Crime - 1993 - 560 pages
The story of a southern belle gone wrong presents the shocking tale of Patricia Vann Radcliffe Taylor Allanson, who tried to murder members of her own family to get what she wanted
David Jacobs - Fiction - 2000 - 409 pages
Twentysix stories of women who killed are collected here in this lurid anthology of femme fatales gone insane, wives who chopped up their husbands, and women who acted out ...
Paula Moore - History - 2009 - 203 pages
The murder of 18-year-old Ovida "Cricket" Coogler in 1949 launched a series of court inquiries and trials that would reshape the direction of New Mexico politics and expose ...
Ken Englade - True Crime - 1997 - 368 pages
Reveals how the investigation into the 1977 disappearance of Chicago heiress Helen Brach unearthed a scandal in the world of equestrian sports
Dave Shampine - History - 2010 - 125 pages
It was the summer of 1968, and she had been driving for days. Irene Izak, a young French teacher from Scranton, Pennsylvania, was headed toward a new job and the promise of a ...
George Anastasia - True Crime - 1999 - 287 pages
Drawing from legal testimony and interviews, the author examines the trial of lawyer Thomas J. Capano for the murder of Anne-Marie Fahey, a tale of politics, wealth, arrogance ...