The Claus Von Bülow Affair: Dead at Christmas
Bad tidings bring the holiday to a halt when a Danish noble allegedly attempts to murder his socialite wife. Twice.
After strangling his informant—who was pregnant with his child—Mark Putnam became the first active FBI agent convicted of murder.
In Slow Death, Jim Fielder tells the disturbing true story of a violent Satanist who tortured and killed women in his trailer.
From eerie mysteries to gripping true crime books, this book bundle is jam-packed with captivating reads.
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Did the Louisiana serial killer ever truly regret brutally murdering eight women?
The brutal Ogden, Utah murders take center stage in Gary Kinder's revolutionary work of true crime writing.
Philip Ginsburg turned to writing true crime books after learning more about Marie Hilley’s elaborate hoax that all started with murder.
Take a tour through the most gruesome parts of Texas and California history.
Up close and personal with murder, disaster, and corruption.
Go inside the controversial murder that shined an unforgiving light on the American conscience.
In a controversial true crime book, Nancy Styler maintains that she played no part in the murder of her socialite landlord.
The four-year-old's 1874 disappearance was America’s first widely publicized kidnapping for ransom.
In 2005, an ex-convict brutally murdered his girlfriend—and made her daughter watch.