The Best New True Crime Stories

Small Towns
By Mitzi Szereto

The blurb of The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns by Mitzi Szereto had me hooked. We’ve been told nothing bad happens in small towns. You can leave your doors unlocked and your windows wide open. We picture peaceful hamlets with a strong sense...

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The Poison Of Money

Inside The Torrio Family
By Joe Torrence

The Poison of Money: Inside The Torrio Family is a deep, profound struggle between power and spirituality. This is why Joseph, the protagonist, is believable and sympathetic. This novel by Joe Torrence is a brilliant coming of age tale that invites you to consider...

The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 1

The Facts of the Case
By Michael F. Cole

The Zodiac Revisited, Volume 1: The Facts of the Case is a nonfiction, true crime book written by Michael F. Cole. The story of the Zodiac Killer is an exceptional one in the pantheon of serial killers. His saga is a mystery that remains unsolved...

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Tinderbox

The Untold Story of the Up Stairs Lounge Fire and the Rise of Gay Liberation
By Robert W. Fieseler

Tinderbox is a work of non-fiction in the true-crime sub-genre and was penned by author Robert W. Fieseler. Written for adult audiences due to graphic content, sexual situations, violence, language and discriminatory explicit language, this work is subtitled ‘The Untold Story of the Up Stairs...

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The Lindbergh Kidnapping Suspect No. 1

The Man Who Got Away
By Lise Pearlman

On March 1, 1932, Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr. was abducted from his crib in his parents' New Jersey home. His nanny, Betty Gow, was the first to notice his disappearance. This stirred a massive hunt for baby Charles and the kidnapper(s). The Lindbergh Kidnapping Suspect...

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The Last Man Standing

Is Jack Daniel McCullough
By Alan R. Warren

The Last Man Standing Is Jack Daniel McCullough by Alan R. Warren is a true-crime story. A chance interview makes Alan Warren believe that Jack McCullough might just be innocent of the crimes of which he was found guilty. Two crimes – a seven-year-old girl,...

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The Pale-Faced Lie

A True Story
By David Crow

I’m going to go out on a limb here and tell you that The Pale-Faced Lie by David Crow is one of the most enlightening and entertaining true stories I have ever read. Crow’s memoir of what it was like being raised...if one can call...

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The Best New True Crime Stories

Serial Killers
By Mitzi Szereto

The Best New True Crime Stories: Serial Killers by Mitzi Szereto is a look at some of the worst serial killers of our time. We often think of certain names when we talk of serial killers – the Wests, the Moor murderers, the Yorkshire Ripper,...

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The Senator's Son

The Shocking Disappearance, The Celebrated Trial, and The Mystery That Remains a Century Later
By Charles Oldham

I was surprised when I found out that The Senator’s Son is Charles Oldham’s first book. His reconstruction of a century-old cold case is so wide-ranging that it can be compared to the work of a seasoned historian. The Senator’s Son is what every historical...

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The Deprived

Innocent on Death Row
By Steffen Hou

Warning: Reading Steffen Hou's The Deprived: Innocents on Death Row might destroy any trust you have in the justice system. It might destroy your confidence in the integrity of those who purport to work toward making our society a safer and better place for all....

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