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The
The Merger:
$27.95
An insider's view of a global crime network of unimaginable proportions. Learn More

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The
The Encyclopedia of Crime
$40.00
The immensely popular reference guide to the history and methodology of crime and criminal investigation Learn More

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Assassination
$35.00
A visually striking and intriguing
book focusing on the most
(in)famous examples of
assassination through history Learn More

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The
The First Detective
$27.95
A gloriously enjoyable historical romp through the eighteenth century in the company of the man whose influence still holds to this day. Learn More

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We Is Got Him
$27.95
Based on a tremendous amount of research, the author accurately captures the darker side of America--with its corrupt detectives, thief-catchers, spiritualists, and river pirates--as a country in which innocence had become an ideal of the past. Learn More

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Murder in the First-Class Carriage
$24.95
The amazing account of a Victorian-era railway murder, and the ensuing manhunt reaching from England to New York City

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The
The First Detective
$15.95
"A fast-moving introduction to 'the Terror of Thieves'" (Washington Post) and the father of modern forensics. Learn More

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Cemetery John
$16.95
The “deft narrative” (Wall Street Journal) revealing, finally, the groundbreaking true story behind the Lindbergh kidnapping Learn More

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Murder in the First-Class Carriage
$15.95
The shocking story of the crime that gripped two nations
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The
The Poisoner
$27.95
In 1856, a baying crowd of over 30,000 people gathered outside Stafford prison to watch the hanging of Dr. William Palmer, “the greatest villain that ever stood in the Old Bailey” as Charles Dickens once called him. Palmer was convicted of poisoning and suspected in the murders of dozens of others, including his best friend, his wife, and his mother-in-law—and cashing in on their insurance to fuel his worsening gambling addiction. Learn More

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