Non-Fiction - True Crime

From Boy To Blue

Becoming One Of America's Finest
By Steve Warneke

If you want to know what it feels like to be a cop, to understand police procedures and their commitment, coupled with their fine sense of accountability, then reading Steve Warneke’s memoir will be best for you. From Boy To Blue: Becoming One Of America's...

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Failure of Justice

A Brutal Murder, An Obsessed Cop, Six Wrongful Convictions
By John Ferak

Failure of Justice: A Brutal Murder, An Obsessed Cop, Six Wrongful Convictions by John Ferak is a riveting true crime read. This real life story revolves around the murder of a Nebraska widow in 1985 and the tumultuous and twisty case that ultimately led to...

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Federal Prison Handbook

The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Bureau of Prisons
By Christopher Zoukis

Convicted of a federal crime and heading to Federal Prison is a horrific prospect, made even more so when the newly convicted person doesn’t know what to expect, but with the aid of Federal Prison Handbook - The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Bureau...

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FRUSTRATED WITNESS!

The Untold Story of the Adam Walsh Case
By Willis Morgan

I found Frustrated Witness!: The Real Untold Story of the Adam Walsh Case by Willis Morgan absolutely fascinating. I used to love watching America’s Most Wanted and was surprised when John Walsh, the host’s own son, was murdered. Since I was young at the time,...

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Finding Bethany

A True Crime Memoir
By Glen Klinkhart

Fifteen-year-old Glen Klinkhart finds himself unable to reconcile his emotions of guilt and anger over his sister Dawn's atrocious murder. All he knew is that he needed to find justice for his sister's death, and others like it. Glen Klinkhart enters the Alaskan State Police...

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Frock Off

Living Undisguised
By Jo Dibblee

The saying goes that clothing maketh the man, but all too often, clothing serves as armor and disguise, hiding the pain and heartbreak of derailed human lives. Jo Dibblee knows all about hiding. As Frock Off: Living Undisguised chronicles, some of her earliest lessons in...

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