True Crime

Queen of Cuba: An FBI Agent’s Insider Account of the Spy Who Evaded Detection for 17 Years

Publication Date: 10/10/2023

As a spy prepared to give away America’s biggest secrets after the 9/11 attacks, an FBI agent raced to catch her. U.S. government officials knew they had a spy. But it never occurred to them it was a woman—and certainly not a superstar Defense Intelligence Agency employee known as “the…

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Coal Country Killing: A Culture, A Union, and the Murders That Changed It All

Publication Date: 06/27/2023

A triumphant, uplifting true justice story led by jury trial expert, Richard A. Sprague—the indomitable, nationally renowned prosecutor who engaged in the most intense manhunt investigation in police history. Coal Country Killing: A Culture, A Union, And The Murders That Changed It All, revolves around the cold-blooded 1969 assassination of United…

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Countdown to Dallas: The Incredible Coincidences, Routines, and Blind “Luck” that Brought John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald Together on November 22, 1963

Publication Date: 04/11/2023

John F. Kennedy’s fascination with death—particularly his own—and Lee Harvey Oswald’s love of violence and desire for fame made November 22, 1963 practically inevitable. With new details from the very latest documents declassified by the CIA and FBI! The so-called “crime of the century”—the assassination of President John F. Kennedy—was…

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Unexpected: The Backstory of Finding Elizabeth Smart and Growing Up in the Culture of an American Religion

Publication Date: 03/07/2023

The backstory of finding Elizabeth Smart and how growing up in the Mormon culture pushed the author to develop the exact kind of intuition that was needed to help manage Elizabeth’s kidnapping and rescue while the world watched. Chris Thomas is not yet thirty years old when he finds himself…

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Vanished in Vermillion: The Real Story of South Dakota’s Most Infamous Cold Case

Publication Date: 02/21/2023

The result of hundreds of interviews, Vanished in Vermillion is a cold case story that flips the script on a typical investigation narrative, revealing the biggest law enforcement embarrassment in South Dakota history. In May 1971, Pam Jackson and Sherri Miller were two seventeen-year-olds driving to an end-of-the-school-year party in a rundown…

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The Fall of the FBI: How a Once Great Agency Became a Threat to Democracy

Publication Date: 12/06/2022

An FBI veteran explains how the Mueller–Comey cabal turned the FBI from a “swear to tell the truth” law-enforcement agency to a politicized intelligence organization. Americans have lost faith in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, an institution they once regarded as the world’s greatest law-enforcement agency. Thomas Baker spent many…

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Fighting for Justice: The Improbable Journey to Exposing Cover-Ups about the JFK Assassination and the Deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

“Investigative reporting at its best. Mark Shaw’s original work into the questionable deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen is now focused on the many unanswered questions left by the Warren Commission’s inquiry into the JFK assassination. Fighting for Justice has to be read.” —Nicholas Pileggi, author of Wiseguy and Casino Packed with shocking new evidence, Fighting…

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Suppressing the Truth in Dallas: Conspiracy, Cover-Up, and International Complications in the JFK Assassination Case

Publication Date: 09/27/2022

From the author of the #1 NYT bestseller I Heard You Paint Houses / The Irishman Featuring the eyewitness testimony of Earlene Roberts and Victor Robertson With this book, “Dallas” is now completely solved, by a professional and rational analysis. Charles Brandt, who handled over fifty-six homicides as the chief…

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The Unveiling: A Mother’s Reflection on Murder, Grief, and Trial Life

Publication Date: 09/20/2022

Ruth Markel’s tenacious fight for justice on behalf of the murder of her son, Dan Markel, and the struggle to be legally reunited with her grandchildren. Ruth Markel is the mother of the late Dan Markel, a noted law professor who was murdered in Tallahassee, Florida in 2014. In The…

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A Few Bad Men: The True Story of U.S. Marines Ambushed in Afghanistan and Betrayed in America

Publication Date: 06/07/2022

A Few Bad Men is the incredible true story of an elite team of U.S. Marines set up to take the fall for Afghanistan war crimes they did not commit—and their leader who fought for the redemption of his men. Ambushed in Afghanistan and betrayed by their own leaders—these elite…

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