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True Crime category supplies articles dealing with a non-fiction literary and film genre in which the writer examines a real crime and details the actions of real individuals. The crimes most generally include murder, however true crime works have likewise touched on additional subjects.

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Lance Winslow

Stalking the Stalkers - The Balance Between Justice and Crime - A

The celebrity stalkers out there are alive and well, but they are as dangerous as heck. How can you catch them before they do something really devious? Well,...

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Mike C Smith

AUSCHWITZ The Nazis and The Final Solution: Book Review

AUSCHWITZ The Nazis & The Final Solution: Book Review - Professor Sir Ian Kershew said of 'Auschwitz - The Nazis and the Final Solution' "Laurence Rees has cast new ...

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You must have landed on this page in search for truth. Yes, body armour may be a common term but somewhere between the lines you really are not sure what it is, where to find them and how it

By: Henry N. l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 11, 2012
Mike C Smith

AUSCHWITZ The Nazis & The Final Solution: Book Review - Professor Sir Ian Kershew said of 'Auschwitz - The Nazis and the Final Solution' "Laurence Rees has cast new light on how Auschwitz was created

By: Mike C Smith l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 27, 2012
Karen Haney

Authors Kathy Kelly and Diana Montane give readers a true crime drama in I WOULD FIND A GIRL WALKING. Just prior to the technological age that would change the way law enforcement would handle

By: Karen Haney l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 06, 2011

Born in New Orleans, the author in his younger days lives mainly with elderly relatives in the South and he recalls his boredom and the loneliness he experiences in his "Other Voices, Other Rooms".

By: Genny Rassendren l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 09, 2011
Joseph Bruno

The Gangs of New York by Herbery Asbury, written in 1928, is a great read for those who love to read stories about crime and criminals that took place in New York City, dating back to the early

By: Joseph Bruno l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jan 01, 2011
Joseph Bruno

"Gangsters, Murderers and Weirdos of the Lower East Side," by Eric Ferrara is a grand tour of the Lower East Side of Manhattan, starting with the chapter, "Worth Street to Canal Street" and ending

By: Joseph Bruno l Book Reviews > True Crime l Nov 21, 2010

"Miles Away...Worlds Apart" isn't a book that slides easily into any one genre. Instead, Alan Sakowitz has penned a book that, in one part, is comprised of inspirational essays in the vein of the

By: Jen Marie l Book Reviews > True Crime l Oct 30, 2010
Goke Ilesanmi

In the last few years, many accounting frauds have shaken investors' confidence in the reliability of financial reports. The large number of instances of financial reporting frauds and failure of

By: Goke Ilesanmi l Book Reviews > True Crime l Sep 30, 2010

If you were to tell someone about a crime you had been watching by a high official would you want them to know your name? If you knew someone was going to be taken for every cent they had would you

By: Francis Odena l Book Reviews > True Crime l Sep 29, 2010

No one much cares to confront the reality of the drug war. This reality gets very uncomfortable to most very quickly.

By: Edgar Clinton l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jul 17, 2010
Lance Winslow

The celebrity stalkers out there are alive and well, but they are as dangerous as heck. How can you catch them before they do something really devious? Well, suggests the prosecutors, you turn the

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jun 11, 2010
Timothy Zaun

Windsor, Connecticut owns the legacy of America's deadliest female serial killer, Amy Archer. Between 1908 and 1916, Archer, murdered at least 22 people.

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jun 05, 2010
Lance Winslow

When we read articles and book reviews of true crime, for some reason we are intrigued. We want to take a gander, a look into the criminal mind, perhaps because it is so different than our own, or

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jun 02, 2010

"A thousand trains a day entered or left Chicago." With that opening statement in Eric Larson's historical non-fiction book, The Devil in the White City, the reader is drawn into the compelling story

By: Nehemiah Landes l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 13, 2010

You would not want to be in The Midnight House! It is a location where the CIA and other various high security agencies kept their worst terrorists. It is not known except by those that are using it

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 06, 2010
Else Cederborg

All of us know Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" (1602). We have been riveted by the story of the unhappy prince of Denmark, his treacherous uncle and all the intrigues at the Danish court that end up in

By: Else Cederborg l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jan 09, 2010

This is a very large book that tells a story of the world today with all the battles of terrorism, religion, brutality, rape, control of humans, and food scarcity. I was afraid the book would lose

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > True Crime l Aug 31, 2009

True crime books are all true stories of actual crimes. Some of the crimes are either highly publicized as in the case of Caysee Anthony and some of the crimes are only publicized via books. These

By: Yvette A Kelly l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 23, 2009

Dean Faiello had built a thriving beauty business. He was handsome, charming, and a fixture on the New York City club scene, but money was never enough for Dean Faiello. So he decided to work as a

By: Yvette A Kelly l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 09, 2009
Gina Reba

Secret societies and political involvement have both been topics of much debate throughout history. From the Illuminati, to the mafia, all the way through the KKK, people have been fascinated by

By: Gina Reba l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 06, 2009
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Lance Winslow

The celebrity stalkers out there are alive and well, but they are as dangerous as heck. How can you catch them before they do something really devious? Well, suggests the prosecutors, you turn the

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jun 11, 2010 lViews: 78 lComments: 0
Mike C Smith

AUSCHWITZ The Nazis & The Final Solution: Book Review - Professor Sir Ian Kershew said of 'Auschwitz - The Nazis and the Final Solution' "Laurence Rees has cast new light on how Auschwitz was created

By: Mike C Smith l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0

You must have landed on this page in search for truth. Yes, body armour may be a common term but somewhere between the lines you really are not sure what it is, where to find them and how it

By: Henry N. l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Joseph Bruno

The Gangs of New York by Herbery Asbury, written in 1928, is a great read for those who love to read stories about crime and criminals that took place in New York City, dating back to the early

By: Joseph Bruno l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jan 01, 2011 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Karen Haney

Authors Kathy Kelly and Diana Montane give readers a true crime drama in I WOULD FIND A GIRL WALKING. Just prior to the technological age that would change the way law enforcement would handle

By: Karen Haney l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 06, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Goke Ilesanmi

In the last few years, many accounting frauds have shaken investors' confidence in the reliability of financial reports. The large number of instances of financial reporting frauds and failure of

By: Goke Ilesanmi l Book Reviews > True Crime l Sep 30, 2010 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

"A thousand trains a day entered or left Chicago." With that opening statement in Eric Larson's historical non-fiction book, The Devil in the White City, the reader is drawn into the compelling story

By: Nehemiah Landes l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 13, 2010 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Jan Verhoeff

Roaring 20's renegade Jake Fleagle ripped a nation with his crime spree, honed crime investigations for the future, and sent an innocent community in Southeastern Colorado into self imposed isolation

By: Jan Verhoeff l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 24, 2007 lViews: 44 lComments: 0

Born in New Orleans, the author in his younger days lives mainly with elderly relatives in the South and he recalls his boredom and the loneliness he experiences in his "Other Voices, Other Rooms".

By: Genny Rassendren l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 09, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0

"Miles Away...Worlds Apart" isn't a book that slides easily into any one genre. Instead, Alan Sakowitz has penned a book that, in one part, is comprised of inspirational essays in the vein of the

By: Jen Marie l Book Reviews > True Crime l Oct 30, 2010 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Joseph Bruno

"Gangsters, Murderers and Weirdos of the Lower East Side," by Eric Ferrara is a grand tour of the Lower East Side of Manhattan, starting with the chapter, "Worth Street to Canal Street" and ending

By: Joseph Bruno l Book Reviews > True Crime l Nov 21, 2010 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

If you were to tell someone about a crime you had been watching by a high official would you want them to know your name? If you knew someone was going to be taken for every cent they had would you

By: Francis Odena l Book Reviews > True Crime l Sep 29, 2010 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Timothy Zaun

Windsor, Connecticut owns the legacy of America's deadliest female serial killer, Amy Archer. Between 1908 and 1916, Archer, murdered at least 22 people.

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jun 05, 2010 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

No one much cares to confront the reality of the drug war. This reality gets very uncomfortable to most very quickly.

By: Edgar Clinton l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jul 17, 2010 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

"Falsely Accused" by R.E. "Gus" Payne reveals shocking truths about the JFK assassination. Americans finally get their questions answered about that dreaded day...

By: Chris Robertson l Book Reviews > True Crime l Oct 24, 2006 lViews: 40 lComments: 0

Dean Faiello had built a thriving beauty business. He was handsome, charming, and a fixture on the New York City club scene, but money was never enough for Dean Faiello. So he decided to work as a

By: Yvette A Kelly l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 09, 2009 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
Gina Reba

Secret societies and political involvement have both been topics of much debate throughout history. From the Illuminati, to the mafia, all the way through the KKK, people have been fascinated by

By: Gina Reba l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 06, 2009 lViews: 39 lComments: 0

True crime books are all true stories of actual crimes. Some of the crimes are either highly publicized as in the case of Caysee Anthony and some of the crimes are only publicized via books. These

By: Yvette A Kelly l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 23, 2009 lViews: 35 lComments: 0

You would not want to be in The Midnight House! It is a location where the CIA and other various high security agencies kept their worst terrorists. It is not known except by those that are using it

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 06, 2010 lViews: 33 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

When we read articles and book reviews of true crime, for some reason we are intrigued. We want to take a gander, a look into the criminal mind, perhaps because it is so different than our own, or

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jun 02, 2010 lViews: 33 lComments: 0
1 2|  

You would not want to be in The Midnight House! It is a location where the CIA and other various high security agencies kept their worst terrorists. It is not known except by those that are using it

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 06, 2010 lViews: 33 lComments: 0

This is a very large book that tells a story of the world today with all the battles of terrorism, religion, brutality, rape, control of humans, and food scarcity. I was afraid the book would lose

By: Cy Hilterman l Book Reviews > True Crime l Aug 31, 2009 lViews: 31 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

The celebrity stalkers out there are alive and well, but they are as dangerous as heck. How can you catch them before they do something really devious? Well, suggests the prosecutors, you turn the

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jun 11, 2010 lViews: 78 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

When we read articles and book reviews of true crime, for some reason we are intrigued. We want to take a gander, a look into the criminal mind, perhaps because it is so different than our own, or

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jun 02, 2010 lViews: 33 lComments: 0
Timothy Zaun

Windsor, Connecticut owns the legacy of America's deadliest female serial killer, Amy Archer. Between 1908 and 1916, Archer, murdered at least 22 people.

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jun 05, 2010 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Goke Ilesanmi

In the last few years, many accounting frauds have shaken investors' confidence in the reliability of financial reports. The large number of instances of financial reporting frauds and failure of

By: Goke Ilesanmi l Book Reviews > True Crime l Sep 30, 2010 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Mike C Smith

AUSCHWITZ The Nazis & The Final Solution: Book Review - Professor Sir Ian Kershew said of 'Auschwitz - The Nazis and the Final Solution' "Laurence Rees has cast new light on how Auschwitz was created

By: Mike C Smith l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0
Karen Haney

Authors Kathy Kelly and Diana Montane give readers a true crime drama in I WOULD FIND A GIRL WALKING. Just prior to the technological age that would change the way law enforcement would handle

By: Karen Haney l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 06, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

Born in New Orleans, the author in his younger days lives mainly with elderly relatives in the South and he recalls his boredom and the loneliness he experiences in his "Other Voices, Other Rooms".

By: Genny Rassendren l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 09, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0

"Miles Away...Worlds Apart" isn't a book that slides easily into any one genre. Instead, Alan Sakowitz has penned a book that, in one part, is comprised of inspirational essays in the vein of the

By: Jen Marie l Book Reviews > True Crime l Oct 30, 2010 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Joseph Bruno

The Gangs of New York by Herbery Asbury, written in 1928, is a great read for those who love to read stories about crime and criminals that took place in New York City, dating back to the early

By: Joseph Bruno l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jan 01, 2011 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Joseph Bruno

"Gangsters, Murderers and Weirdos of the Lower East Side," by Eric Ferrara is a grand tour of the Lower East Side of Manhattan, starting with the chapter, "Worth Street to Canal Street" and ending

By: Joseph Bruno l Book Reviews > True Crime l Nov 21, 2010 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

If you were to tell someone about a crime you had been watching by a high official would you want them to know your name? If you knew someone was going to be taken for every cent they had would you

By: Francis Odena l Book Reviews > True Crime l Sep 29, 2010 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

No one much cares to confront the reality of the drug war. This reality gets very uncomfortable to most very quickly.

By: Edgar Clinton l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jul 17, 2010 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

You must have landed on this page in search for truth. Yes, body armour may be a common term but somewhere between the lines you really are not sure what it is, where to find them and how it

By: Henry N. l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 11, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Jan Verhoeff

Roaring 20's renegade Jake Fleagle ripped a nation with his crime spree, honed crime investigations for the future, and sent an innocent community in Southeastern Colorado into self imposed isolation

By: Jan Verhoeff l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 24, 2007 lViews: 44 lComments: 0

"A thousand trains a day entered or left Chicago." With that opening statement in Eric Larson's historical non-fiction book, The Devil in the White City, the reader is drawn into the compelling story

By: Nehemiah Landes l Book Reviews > True Crime l Feb 13, 2010 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Else Cederborg

All of us know Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" (1602). We have been riveted by the story of the unhappy prince of Denmark, his treacherous uncle and all the intrigues at the Danish court that end up in

By: Else Cederborg l Book Reviews > True Crime l Jan 09, 2010 lViews: 32 lComments: 0

True crime books are all true stories of actual crimes. Some of the crimes are either highly publicized as in the case of Caysee Anthony and some of the crimes are only publicized via books. These

By: Yvette A Kelly l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 23, 2009 lViews: 35 lComments: 0

Dean Faiello had built a thriving beauty business. He was handsome, charming, and a fixture on the New York City club scene, but money was never enough for Dean Faiello. So he decided to work as a

By: Yvette A Kelly l Book Reviews > True Crime l Apr 09, 2009 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
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