The true story of how Peter Sutcliffe’s terrible reign of terror claimed at least twenty-two more lives
This brand-new sequel to True Crime Library¹s riveting bestseller Women on Death Row tells the astonishing stories of the women executed in America since our first volume was published plus a great deal more
The story of David Smith, chief prosecution witness in the Moors Murders Case
The victims of murder are not only those who die at the hands of ruthless killers. There are those left behind, their loved ones whose lives are also torn apart by the anguish of murder.
The Who’s Who of British Crime spans the whole twentieth century
Dismembered corpses are discovered scattered along the banks of the river Thames,
At 1.45am on New Year’s Day, Rachel Moran left her mother’s house to make the 20 minute walk back
Meredith’s flatmate Amanda Knox, an American also studying in Italy, initially gave evidence that implicated Patrick Lumumba
Samuel Herbert Dougal was intelligent, talented, and the recipient of a military medal
The little-known prolific ‘underground killer’, Kieran Kelly…
Philip Carlo’s successful and acclaimed books reveal the truth about notorious characters such as LA serial killer Richard Ramirez. AVAILABLE JANUARY 2013
The true story of a wartime double murder in Botswana, 1943
A top murder squad detective reveals the chilling true stories of the world’s most notorious killers.
Ariel Castro, imprisoned three women in Cleveland, Ohio.
The full story of Danilo Restivo
During Midsummer 2009, Susan Rushworth, a mother, grandmother and former grammar school girl, went missing
The shocking true story of the murders by David Parker Ray
Anatomy of a Mafia psychopath. Published 1st March 2012
On the morning of 14 January 1975, Mrs Dorothy Whittle wakes to be faced with every mother’s worst nightmare
Only once in history has a British Prime Minister been assassinated.
John George Haigh committed five perfect murders – by dissolving his wealthy victims in sulphuric acid.
There was nothing they could have said or done. They were dead as soon as I saw them.
This investigation into spree killing analyses the psychology of this chilling and relatively new phenomenon.
Over the centuries South London has witnessed literally thousands of murders
If there are degrees of evil, then high up the scale of sin must be those murders we label ‘serial killers’
They are the criminals who horrify us most…murderers without mercy.
Mass murder is dreadful enough, yet that is not sufficient a thrill for those evil
Up close and personal with serial killers
Livi Bellfield, the man who murdered Milly Dowler, Marsha McDonnell and Amelie Delagrange
Peter Manuel was an icy-eyed psychopath and sexual predator, a petty thief and a relentless liar given to violent
On 15 November 2002, Myra Hindley, Britain’s most notorious murderess, died in prison
Agatha Christie: Agony of a domestic tiff Rasputin: Strange Demise of the sinning saint Captain Bligh: Just a bit of a bad temper? Sweeney Todd: Fact or fiction? But very nice pies! By Andrew Moss.
Archibald Hall was one of our most enigmatic criminals. A man of multiple personae,
To face a trial for murder must be a terrifying prospect,
Charles ‘Lucky’ Luciano was a vicious mobster who rose to become the multimillionaire king of the New York underworld
The true story of notorious serial killer Joanne Dennehy
The nude murders and the hunt for ‘Jack The Stripper‘
Infamous Nazi War Criminal Dr. Aribert Heim carried out grotesque sadistic medical experiments on Jewish prisoners at Mauthausen
In all their horrific detail, discover how their flaws and fantasies fused to create a monster that fed on the sadistic extermination of their victims
Sixty years ago, the discovery of bodies at 10 Rillington Place in Notting Hill,
Solving the murder of Dr. Helen Davidson
Hunting Humans is an extraordinary book. It delves deep into the minds of six of the most notorious multiple murders of modern times
In the quiet Austrian town of Amstetten in the balmy spring of April 2008, a truly horrifying vision of hell was discovered by police in the cellar of a normal suburban home.
These stories from the dark history of Liverpool inform us of the violent and tragic lives of people caught up in poisionings, brawls and riots.
We have all heard so much about the killers who grab the front pages, the ones whose crimes are so appalling that they exert a strange fascination on many people
Ian Brady is one of the most notorious and reviled serial killers in Britain
John Thomas Straffen – Britain’s longest serving prisoner
Serial killers under the microscope. The stories of Michael Ross, Kenneth Bianchi & John Scripps