Picture Perfect Kid,
by Carol Guy. This is the story of the murder of Carol
Jean Lindley by her 16-year-old grandson, Joshua Allen Wolf, in
Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
by Tracey Walker. True cyberstalking stories, and
resources on how to avoid becoming a victim.
Children, by Richard Smith. A teenager's
frightening portrait of a demented educator and what the kids
themselves did about her. An exposé
of fraud and abuses in the secret world of private
Tricks and Cops,
by Loren Christensen. A retired police officer, the
author uses anecdotes to reveal all the dark humor, poignancy,
sordidness, degradation, sadness and violence that is the world
where hookers, tricks and cops interweave. The anecdotes are
based on the author's own experiences, those of other officers
and even some from prostitutes themselves.
Evidence: Lori Jackson Story,
by Ellis A. Cohen. Recounts
the true story, as reported by 60 Minutes, of an
African-American Marine corporal convicted for attempted murder,
kidnapping, rape, and sodomy he said he did not commit; and the
female civil rights activist who helped win his acquittal.
Choice Is Yours, by
[click on non-fiction page 1] Written and
aimed at adolescents, this gut-wrenching book allows us a long
look inside prison. The stories are told by real death row
inmates and family members.
and Madmen, by Christopher J. Kurtz. This book
examines the phenomenon of serial murder through new theories
and case studies of some of the most destructive murderers of
Crooks: Over 700 anecdotes of crooks at their dumbest!,
by Loren W. Christensen. This is a collection of a
variety of the funny (and not so funny) antics of crooks and
even general citizens who unabashedly display idiocy at its
finest. The author, a retired police officer, shows another side
to law - one that will keep the reader alternately shaking his
head in disbelief or roaring with laughter.
by GD. In this part autobiography, the real issues in
prostitution are seen from the inside.
Into Darkness: My Survival in America's Most Violent Ghetto ...
a True Story, by M.
[click on nonfiction page 1] If you managed to
survive a beating by over 100 gang members one night in Compton,
would you ever go back into that neighborhood? Investigative
journalist McCall not only went back, he moved in
- for over a year...
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