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9 Books for Fans of Law & Order True Crime 

Murder, betrayal, and scandal create the perfect recipe for great television.

By Sarah Mangiola

Randy Roth: The Wife Killer Who Almost Got Away With Murder

When Randy Roth’s fourth wife Cynthia died in an “accidental drowning,” police looked into his suspicious past and were shocked by what they found.

By Sarah Mangiola

Deadly Greed: Charles Stuart Killed His Pregnant Wife for the Insurance Money

The father-to-be shot his wife and then himself to make it look like a botched robbery-murder.

By Sarah Mangiola

Mystery on the Isles of Shoals: Uncovering the Truth Behind the Smuttynose Ax Murders of 1873

On an icy March morning in 1873, horror struck the Isles of Shoals when two women were murdered during a home invasion. But was the man convicted truly responsible?

By Sarah Mangiola

8 Most Disturbing True Crime Books

These true crime accounts are the stuff of nightmares.

By Jessica Ferri

Innocent Victims: The Horrific Eastburn Family Murders

On Mother's Day 1985, Kathryn Eastburn and her daughters, Kara and Erin, were found murdered in their home. 25 years later, surviving family saw justice.

By Sarah Mangiola

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