In March 1969, twins Reggie and Ronnie Kray were sentenced to life... Læs mere
Crack, smack, guns, knives, torture and mutilation are all commonplace features of the margins of society. Welcome to the lowlife.
The true story of London's toughest, deadliest street gangs: the events, the rules and the real top boys.
In Dance for Me When I Die-first published in Argentina in 2004 and appearing here in English for the first time-Cristian Alarcon tells the story and legacy of seventeen year old Victor Manuel Vital, aka Frente, who was killed by police in the slums of Buenos Aires.
Tells the true story of Albert Lepard, sentenced to life in Parchman Penitentiary for the murder of seventy-four-year-old Mary Young in 1959. In Crooked Snake, Lovejoy Boteler pieces together the story of this murderer's life using both historical records and personal interviews.
Australia has had its fair share of high class robbers and robberies - documented here for the first time in one comprehensive account. This is a... Læs mere
During the summer of 1792, a man wearing the rough garb of a vaquero stepped out of the night shadows of Merida, Yucatan, and murdered... Læs mere
Traces the 19th century murder of Helen Potts by Carlyle Harris and Harris's subsequent trial, highlighting what has been overlooked - the decisive role that the second-class status of women in Victorian Era culture played in this tragedy.