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Last Second in Dallas

by Meg Nola

Josiah Thompson’s reconsideration of the John F. Kennedy assassination, "Last Second in Dallas", includes compelling assessments of the existing evidence, but also incorporates twenty-first-century technological advancements. Decades... Read More

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Maids

by Peter Dabbene

The true crime graphic novel "Maids" concerns a pair of horrific murders in 1930s France. As Lea arrives to join her older sister, Christine, at the Lancelin home where both are employed, the similarity between a detached eyeball and the... Read More

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Six Inches Deeper

by Jeff Fleischer

Thorough and meticulous, William Rawlings’s "Six Inches Deeper" chronicles the disappearance and discovery of a murdered woman, the murder investigation, the trial, and its aftermath. This journalistic work concerns the August 1972... Read More

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Self-Styled

by Eileen Gonzalez

Packed with stunning twists and larger-than-life characters, "Self-Styled" is a fascinating true crime story. Alan C. Logan’s historical true crime work "Self-Styled" chronicles the strange and scandalous life of a prolific American... Read More

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The Lost Brothers

by Meg Nola

Jack El-Hai’s true crime story "The Lost Brothers" focuses on the disappearance of three young Minneapolis boys in November of 1951. Kenneth, David, and Danny Klein went to play at a park mere blocks from their home, but they never... Read More

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Blonde Rattlesnake

by Meg Nola

Julia Bricklin’s "Blonde Rattlesnake" is the true crime account of the 1933 spree of robberies and assaults committed by Tom White and his wife, Burmah. The couple terrorized the Los Angeles area for eight weeks, springing out of... Read More

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