Non-Fiction - True Crime

Everywhere Nowhere

No One really Dies as Long as You're Alive
By Daniel J Marco,Barbara Saint John

Everywhere Nowhere: No One Really Dies As Long As You Are Alive by Daniel J Marco and Barbara Saint John is a true crime story. Daniel Marco lost his son when he was murdered for a laptop. There were no witnesses to the crime, but...

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Hunted

Zodiac Killer Series Book 1
By Mark Hewitt

Hunted by Mark Hewitt is Book 1 in the Zodiac Killer Series. This is the true story of an investigation into the Zodiac Killer, a killer who has never been caught, never been identified, despite taunting the police for years. Thousands of men were investigated...

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The Writer With No Hands

By Matthew Alford

The Writer With No Hands by Matthew Alford is a true account of an investigation into the death of Hollywood screenwriter, Gary Devore. Matthew Alford has managed to get hold of a file that had never been seen before, the report on the autopsy for...

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Murder in the Delta

The Emmett Till Story
By Michael Joseph Miller

Murder in the Delta: The Emmett Till Story should strike a chord in your memory. The notorious murder investigation has been mentioned in no less than ten prominent civil rights' movies and documentaries. Several books have been written about the crime and subsequent investigation, yet...

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Murder & Misconduct

By Cheryl Fagan

Murder & Misconduct by Cheryl Fagan is a heartbreaking non-fiction piece, a well-written true crime dating back to 1898. In the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, six people were murdered in Australia. Pat Kenniff was convicted and hanged for the crimes while his...

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Bloodstains and Ball Gowns

My Life as a Crime Scene Cleaner
By Donna Nayler

Bloodstains and Ball Gowns: My Life as a Crime Scene Cleaner is a non-fiction occupational memoir written by Donna Nayler. In the very private and secret world of crime scene clean-up, Donna’s job at any crime scene is to observe her surroundings and speak for...

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Not The Body

A story of pain, degradation, intrigue, corruption, spirituality and Love
By Shirlie K Plomer

Not The Body by Shirlie K. Plomer is almost too unbelievable to be true crime or memoir. Several times I checked the category under which it was listed to be sure I hadn’t made a mistake: surely it was fiction. But no, no mistake. Not...

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Prisoner 4374

By A.J. Griffiths-Jones

Prisoner 4374 by AJ Griffiths-Jones is a true story based on historical fact. The identity of Jack the Ripper has long been wondered at, and many names have found their way into the frame. For more than 100 years, Dr Thomas Neill Cream was in...

Justice Perverted

How The Innocence Project at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism Sent an Innocent Man to Prison
By William B. Crawford

Justice Perverted: How The Innocence Project at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism Sent an Innocent Man to Prison by William B Crawford is a true story. Anthony Porter was convicted of a brutal double murder in 1983. The victims were Marilyn Green and Jerry...

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Bullet Riddled

The First S.W.A.T. Officer Inside Columbine...and Beyond
By Grant Whitus,Thom Vines

Sometimes an author speaks so clearly and so honestly, the reader feels body-punched by the truth. Grant M. Whitus honors us with his gut-pummeling book, Bullet Riddled: The First S.W.A.T. Officer Inside Columbine…and Beyond. The down-to-earth authenticity embedded in his gritty voice starts immediately with...

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