Non-Fiction - True Crime

I, a Squealer

The Insider's Account of the Pied Piper of Tucson Murders
By Richard Bruns

I, a Squealer: The Insider's Account of the Pied Piper of Tucson Murders by Richard Bruns is a fascinating and disturbing account of his friendship with, and ultimate betrayal of, serial killer Charles Schmid. Bruns wrote the account after the events leading up to Schmid’s...

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In DeLorean's Shadow

The Drug Trial of The Century by The Sole Surviving Defendant
By Stephen Arrington

Here is a story that every publisher and media house should be scrambling for, and it beats me that it is self-published, because it is well-written, a powerful documentary that readers would enjoy on screen. I wish to shout out to the big movie giants...

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In the Company of Evil

Thirty Years of California Crime, 1950-1980
By Michael Thomas Barry

In an absolutely great entry in the genre of true crime, In the Company of Evil: Thirty Years of California Crime, 1950-1980 by Michael Thomas Barry is a fantastic composite of some of the most notorious and interesting cases in California in the time period....

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I Am Raymond Washington

The only authorized biography of the original founder of the Crips
By Zach Fortier, Derard Barton

Over a kitchen table in 1969, in a small apartment in Los Angeles, two best friends were talking of forming their own gang. One that would become one of the most widely known and feared gangs of the modern era, the Crips. Only the three...

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Isolated Incident

Investigating the Death of Nancy Cooper
By John W. Taylor

Isolated Incident is the story of the tragic death of a young housewife and mother, Nancy Cooper. But it is also the story of small town politics and justice, and the rush to judgment that followed her murder. On a summer morning in 2008, Nancy...

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Invisible Killer

The Monster Behind the Mask
By Diana Montane,Sean Robbins

Invisible Killer, The Monster Behind the Mask is the story of how one serial killer avoided discovery until it was too late to seek justice. It is about just how manipulative and cunning he was in order to achieve his goal. There should be no...

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