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Book: An UnFair Advantage by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorf
In murder investigations, Oklahoma follows the 72-hour rule, where officers closely investigate the first 48 hours after the homicide and the 24 hours prior to the homicide. Erik Saxton, a Black, partially paralyzed achondroplasia dwarf, was found murdered by Clara Blocker, a 5'10" white drug addict. In this case the investigations success can be judged by the final outcome.
 
Book: Introduction to the Criminal Court Process by Theresa Gomes
This book provides a description of how the criminal court process works in the district courts of Massachusetts. This book is intended for those individuals considering employment in the following fields: defense attorney, police officer, probation officer, court officer, judge, or clerk. It may also be helpful for a person, family member, or friend that has a case pending in the criminal court, [...]
 
Book: Please Don't Let Me Die - A Fathers Journey Through Grief and the Criminal Justice System by Patrick J. McCarthy
Patrick McCarthy led a simple, unassuming life. He and his family were thrust into a world where very few have traveled. After a night spent with friends, his sixteen year old daughter was found dead in the morning. What happened? Who is responsible? Patrick seeks answers and justice for those responsible. Follow the pursuit of justice from a grief stricken father, written as events were [...]
 
Book: The Bricklayer by Rene Natan
Underneath the usual activities of a successful construction company, The Werkstein, lurk fraud, deception and murder. This all starts when Frederick Elliot Dalton, the owner of The Werkstein hires Moira Johnson, a female engineer in his otherwise all-male company. Fred knows that her presence can create problems, but he never expects it to trigger a chain of seemingly accidental deaths. Slowly, [...]
 
Book: The Criminal Streak by Joan Donaldson-Yarmey
After two pieces of an asteroid hit their planet and knocked it off its axis, the surviving beings of the planet spent centuries rebuilding their society on the edge of disaster. The Leaders made Great Changes and Purges, constructing twenty huge cities, called megalopolises, to house their population, cultivating huge farms, and purging most of the technology so everyone had a job. The one [...]
 
Book: The Blackpox Threat by Rene Natan
A deadly virus is on its way to Canada. This alarming news reaches the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) via the Ukrainian Embassy in Ottawa. The only information they have are the virus's source - a dismantled lab in the Carpathian Mountains and the suspected shipping company, Ship Me Safely. CSIS asks Tamara Smith, the daughter of murdered political refugees, to become a mole inside [...]
 
Book: A Transgression in Time by R. Howard Trembly
As Sheriff Burns parked along the dirt road leading to the Mathey Ranch in southern Arizona, he was thinking about the mysterious disappearance of the actress a few weeks before. She was an actress he once loved and could not get out of his mind--or his heart. In order to save her, Sheriff Burns must face a wealthy, powerful, charming but ruthless villain. A Transgression in Time smoothly [...]
 
Book: One Night in Bridgeport by Mark Paxson
Jack McGee is on his way to having it all -- a promising legal - career, marriage to his high school sweetheart, and a happy - normal life -- when his boss sends him to do some legal work - in Bridgeport, California. There he meets a gorgeous local - girl, Lea Rogers, and he throws caution to the wind - for one - night. The next morning, Jack panics when he realizes what he's - risked and rushes [...]
 
Book: Logistics of A Criminal by A. Alico
Trapped in a Brazilian slum, Alico wants more than his humble, hard-working parents can provide. Surrounded by poverty on every side, the young man sees only one escape membership in the Favela Kid, a local gang led by the charismatic Endo. Endo has everything Alico could desire money, food, fine possessions, and women. Alico idolizes the gang leader, not knowing his hero will betray him when he [...]
 
Book: Same Face Different Place - Beginnings by Helen J. Christmas
Beginnings is a romantic thriller set in the criminal underworld of 1970s London. Eleanor Chapman is 16. She has no idea her father is employed in a world of organised crime until the day he is forced to go on the run, leaving her at the mercy of dangerous people. Her life is spiralling out of control yet on the night she plans to escape, she stumbles across a mysterious prisoner. His name is [...]
 
Book: Criminal Utopia - Fear the Hacker by J. Arthur Squiers
What do you do when the most feared hacker in the world is tearing your life apart? In Night Harbor, Minnesota, ultra-marathon runner Jim Wisendorf is being stalked by a sadistic technology genius. Out of desperation, Jim tries to find someone skilled enough to help him stop the unbeatable hacker, before everything he loves is destroyed. While fighting to get his life back, Jim makes his way [...]
 
Book: EYE FOR AN EYE - A Novel of Unintended Consequences by Erika Holzer
Eye for an Eye [which became a Paramount Motion Picture starring Sally - Field, Kiefer Sutherland, and Ed Harris] is a story about the uniquely - American response to crime--vigilantism. Holzer's characters are vividly - created, impassioned, and interestingly flawed. Highly recommended. A - sort of American Clockwork Orange" --- Nelson DeMille, bestselling author - most recently of The Quest. * [...]
 
Book: Sticks And Bones (Resa James criminal psychologist mysteries Book 2) by Thea Hartley
Resa spoke "What did you want to see me about?" "We've got an unusual case, which I'd appreciate your help with." Resa felt a frisson of excitement. It would be good to use her psychological skills in a practical manner again. It was fine lecturing and debating with the students, but nothing beat the thrill of tackling a real case and helping to solve it. "Ok. Tell me about it" "A woman, Trina [...]
 
Book: INHUMAN ACTS by G. G. Rigby
While the rich who like to be seen enjoy Brazil's world cup, in a part of Rio that might be another planet, Inhuman Acts are being perpetrated amongst the city's street children. Nine-year-old Ruiz and his five-year-old brother Christiano are part of the army of children living on their wits. They weren't always street children. They were made so by the gunmen who shot their parents in a gang [...]
 
Book: Public Criminal - A Short Story (Red Shorts Series) by Karen Jung
Two men rob a bank and take hostages in the late 90s right under the public eye. Jenna, a 19-year-old girl, dies. The book is about David, a policeman, who spent 16 years in the shadow of this crime. I was inspired by one question: What kind of thoughts and feelings would somebody have, who was involved in such an incident? I considered at all the characters and decided to give the policeman a [...]
 
Book: Kith And Kill (Resa James criminal psychologist mysteries Book 1) by Thea Hartley
The light streamed in through the bedroom window where the curtains hadn't been pulled completely closed, allowing a beam to create a spotlight. A mirror on the dressing table reflected the scene in the room, the tableaux of bodies entwined beneath the sheets. One arm dangled over the side of the bed, a woman's, with small wrists and nails, painted deep red except for the index finger, where the [...]
 
Book: Gone And Forgotten (Resa James criminal psychologist mysteries Book 5) by Thea Hartley
'Kate Gilby' turns up dressed in rags in a local hospital. She disappeared four years ago with her daughter Sophie. There was an extensive nation-wide search, however, they appeared to be missing without trace. 'Kate' claims that she did not know about her daughters kidnap, and that she was drugged, fed and sexually abused in the basement of a local house. She does not realise how much time has [...]
 
Book: Misguided by Hugh Anthony Levine
Sons whose fathers had troubled pasts intersect in a high-profile drug trafficking trial in Manhattan federal court, dubbed by the media "The Safe Sex Sausage Caper" because the drugs were concealed in condoms inside sausages. These sons - defense lawyer Corbin Flame, accused drug dealer Ricardo Robledo, prosecutor Jaxon Bjornsten, Judge Justin Kendall, private eye Bart Viella, and mob lawyer [...]
 
Book: Tooth And Claw (Resa James criminal psychologist mysteries Book 4) by Thea Hartley
"Amy Winters was tearful. She sat at her desk in her bedroom, looking forlornly at her laptop showing a 'Missing Persons' page. 'Once someone has been missing more than 48 hours the chances of finding them alive is extremely slim, except in the cases of obvious runaways.' Could her mother have realistically run away? Was she fed up of looking after a family and a boring job? Had she run off to [...]
 
Book: LIAR - Lie Detection Made Easy - The Proof by Trent Pettigrew
It's Finally Here! The much anticipated follow up book to the best selling book LIAR - Lie Detection Made Easy. In his new book, LIAR - Lie Detection Made Easy "THE PROOF" Extended Edition, Author and State Trooper Trent Pettigrew has extended his original book by providing numerous statements from famous lies told by politicians, famous athletes, and even transcripts from his numerous years as a [...]
 
Book: Valor of the Viking (V for Viking Saga Book 2) by Magnus Hansen
977AD - A skald (Viking musician), travels between Norway and Iceland to find fame and fortune. Unfortunately, he finds only hardship and despair. To make ends meet, he accepts a dangerous contract from the criminal underground. With his luck going from bad to worse, the skald is captured and thrown into a prison cell with the man he was commissioned to kill. The man - a Germanic barbarian who [...]
 
Book: One Voice Raised - A Triumph Over Rape by Jennifer Wheatley Wolf
2013 ELit Bronze Medal Winner! Since publication of One Voice Raised, 2 more cold-case rapes have been linked through DNA to serial rapist, William Joseph Trice making 4 known victims... so far. *May 31, 1987 in Montgomery County, Maryland. *August, 1988 in Silver Springs, Maryland"It brings peace of mind to Trice's victims to know their attacker has been caught and convicted. The importance of [...]
 
Book: Kill And Cure (Resa James criminal psychologist mysteries Book 3) by Thea Hartley
Azrael is here... Sally came over to John and seeing his eyes open gave him a soft kiss on the lips, "Just taking a shower, love" she told him unnecessarily. His eyes followed her across the room until she entered the door of the bathroom. The opened window caused a draught which softly blew the turquoise polyester quilt cover into waves on a sea of lost dreams. He felt no sexual urge for her nor [...]
 
Book: Evil Secret II - Hattie Hinkle and the Serial Killers by Ben Westbrook
Police Chief Dan Green and semi-retired investigator, multi-millionaire George Watkins must deal with a crime wave of unimaginable proportions in beautiful Marble Cliff Lake, Texas. As the number of homicide victims increases in this Evil Secret sequel, local resident Hattie Hinkle finds herself in the middle of the deadly nightmare. Who lives and who dies is determined by the whims of two serial [...]
 
Book: Why We Love Serial Killers - The Curious Appeal of the World's Most Savage Murderers by Scott Bonn
For decades now, serial killers have taken center stage in the news and entertainment media. The coverage of real-life murderers such as Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer has transformed them into ghoulish celebrities. Similarly, the popularity of fictional characters such as Hannibal 'The Cannibal" Lecter or Dexter demonstrates just how eager the public is to be frightened by these human predators. [...]
 
Book: Fleeting Visions by Rene Natan
Louis Saura is a lonely seventeen-year-old in Canada who knows what it is to fight and survive the hard way. Orphaned at the age of two and raised by a poor and sick uncle, his life suddenly changes when his uncle dies and local crime boss Camilo Estorbar comes into his life. Soon, Louis spurns Estorbar and the fight for his life begins. As Louis plays cat and mouse with Estorbar, he crosses path [...]
 
Book: The Locusts of Padgett County by Bert Goolsby
Andrew Beauchamp, a criminal prosecutor in the Deep South - during the early 1900s, prepares to prosecute Tobias Erscan for - a capital crime. Erscan, a black tenant farmer, stands accused - of sexually assaulting Lily Cato, a highly- respected white music - teacher and choir director. The town's animosity toward Erscan, further inflamed by a local newspaper and the Ku Klux Klan, makes its way [...]
 
Book: A Handful of Destiny by Tony Nash
From Heaven to Hell via the First Fleet. At Michaelmas 1786, Thomas Nash's peaceful Norfolk farming existence is shattered when, instead of the expected restoration of his family's fortunes, he and his wife, Martha, are falsely accused and sentenced to transportation to New Holland. Both are unaware that the terrifying ordeal of that disastrous voyage is merely the beginning of their torture and [...]
 
Book: Day Stalker - A Murder Mystery by Mitt Winstead
Tucson, Arizona, is held in the grip of fear and horror as an out-of-control cocaine addict -- desperate for money -- continues to terrorize and commit murder in the Catalina Foothills. Detectives Jon Mull and Manny Gonzalez are back on the job and hot on the trail of this most elusive and dangerous killer. Things go from bad to desperate when both detectives realize they are close to losing more [...]
 
Book: LIAR - Lie Detection Made Easy by Trent Pettigrew
*** Updated and Expanded Edition *** *** This book contains not only the techniques that Captain Pettigrew uses and teaches. He now shows you the "proof" that his method of lie detection works! LIAR: Lie Detection Made Easy - Never Be Fooled, Conned, Duped Or Tricked By Little White Lies, Big Fat Lies, Or Even Half-Truths Again! Once you read this easy to understand, easy to use guide, written by [...]
 
Book: Into the Mind of a Killer - A Diagnostic Battery of Charles Manson by Aubrey Durkin
Have you ever found yourself curious about what goes on inside the mind of a killer? What makes them want to kill? What influences shaped their propensity for murder? Charles Manson is an infamous serial killer, but it is what sets him apart from others of his kind. Manson was a charismatic individual who led others to kill during the famed Helter Skelter. In this diagnostic piece you will gain [...]
 
Book: Criminal Enterprise - Black Water Murder (The Hunters Book 3) by Glenn Trust
Hidden away in the black water swamps of southern Georgia a criminal enterprise is spreading its tentacles, leaving blood, bodies and pain in its path. An alliance with a Caribbean cartel gives the southern mobsters the international reach they require for expansion and export of their terrible merchandise. Nothing will stand in their path, except The Hunters. Teamed together as part of the [...]
 
Book: Duplicity's Child - A Mace Franklyn Mystery (Mace Franklyn Mysteries Book 1) by F.J. Harmon
> Engrossing, Enlightening, Character-Powered Suspense - The Haunted Reading Room > Impressive thriller! They say write what you know. Mr. Harmon clearly knows his criminal business. -- Allyn - Mace Franklyn has a lot to prove, a failed career, broken marriage, but is assignment to a politically charged case as is his comeback chance, or the final straw? Duplicity's Child is a serial thriller you [...]
 
Book: The Fear Collectors - a Dr. Jessica Coran M.E. mystery (The Instinct Series #13) by Robert W. Walker
When Samantha 'Sam' Reason of the Chicago PD stumbles onto the case of her career, she at first is reluctant to share with consultant and former FBI Profile Expert and M.E., Dr. Jessica Coran. The two strong-willed, personable lady detectives are soon working like a well-oiled machine to uncover the evidence of a ruthless cartel that barters in death--the product being snuff films. The action [...]
 
Book: Murder Without Pity by Steve Haberman
Paris, France: dark with fog, riots over police killings, and Far Right demagogues. Such is the milieu surrounding dogged state criminal investigator Stanislas Cassel. However, this grandson of a French propagandist for Nazis during their WWII Occupation, ashamed of his family's history, avoids anything political. Instead he buries himself solving small crimes, which he calls his Little Miseries. [...]
 
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