A New York Times Bestseller & the Basis for the Hit Showtime Docuseries
A Southern Living Book of the Year
"Part murder case, part corruption exposé, and part Louisiana noir" (New York magazine), Murder in the Bayou chronicles the twists and turns ... More details on Murder in the Bayou
On May 20, 2005, Jerry Jackson, a soft-spoken slim African-American retiree with a short salt-and-pepper Afro, prepared to cast a fishing line from a hulking bridge over the Grand Marais Canal on the ...
Featuring 50 iconic illustrations from Bad Girls Throughout History , this flexi-bound journal highlights the incredible women who changed the rules for all who followed.
With beautiful calligraphic quotes and plenty of space for writing or drawing,... More details on Bad Girls Throughout History
Edgar Award Finalist: The true story of a serial killer who terrorized a midwestern town in the era of free love—by the coauthor of The French Connection.
In 1967, during the time of peace, free love, and hitchhiking, nineteen-year-old Mary Terese Fl... More details on The Michigan Murders
Marilyn Pindar’s younger sister Sheila received the call. It was Nanette Langois, Marilyn’s roommate. Had the Pindars heard from Marilyn? She had not come back to the apartment on Sunday night and had...
A New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice Selection
One of Bustle's "Best True Crime Books of the Year"
"[A] juicy page turner . . . capturing both the allure and the perils of the dream factory that promised riches and fame."-New York Times Book... More details on Black Dahlia, Red Rose
Sunrise was at 6:58 a.m. in Los Angeles on the morning of Wednesday, January 15, 1947. The month had been an unusually bleak one for Southern California. Dense fog had descended on the coastal towns o...
A stunning, complex narrative about the fractured legacy of a decades-old double murder in rural West Virginia - and the writer determined to put the pieces back together.
In the early evening of June 25, 1980 in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, tw... More details on The Third Rainbow Girl
IT STARTS WITH A ROAD, a two-lane blacktop called West Virginia Route 219 that spines its way through Pocahontas County and serves, depending on the stretch, as main street and back street, freeway an...
A fascinating, beautifully illustrated guide to the monsters that are part of our collective psyche, featuring stories from the Lore podcast-now a streaming television series-including "They Made a Tonic," "Passed Notes," and "Unboxed," as well as ra... More details on The World of Lore
Are vampires real? I’ll let you make the final decision on that, but what is clear is that most of these stories find their genesis in the human need to explain the unexplainable. For instance, early ...
Many unknown serial killers are prowling the homes, schools, and streets of this nation. Only a few have been caught.
This book will take you on a terrifying journey inside the mind of one of the first known serial kilers.
In the early 70s, Edmund K... More details on Why
England's controversial #1 best-seller.
What brings a child to kill another child? In 1968, at age eleven, Mary Bell was tried and convicted of murdering two small boys in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Gitta Sereny, who covered the sensational trial... More details on Cries Unheard
Many people who pick up this new paperback will have heard about this book a year ago. For two weeks before serialization of Cries Unheard was to start in The Times last May, three weeks before it was...
Fascinated by our pervasive fear of dead bodies, mortician Caitlin Doughty embarks on a global expedition to discover how other cultures care for the dead. From Zoroastrian sky burials to wish-granting Bolivian skulls, she investigates the world's fu... More details on From Here to Eternity
In the nonfiction tradition of John Berendt and Erik Larson, the author of the #1 NYT bestseller The Lost City of the Monkey God presents a gripping account of crime and punishment in the lush hills surrounding Florence as he seeks to uncover one of ... More details on The Monster of Florence
The morning of June 7, 1981, dawned brilliantly clear over Florence, Italy. It was a quiet Sunday with blue skies and a light breeze out of the hills, which carried into the city the fragrance of sun-...