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Law Democratized: A Blueprint for Solving the Justice Crisis

Measurably advances the conversation about ways to meet people’s legal needs. This narrative demands the attention of readers interested in making the legal system work for everyone, regardless of their resources.

Crimes of the Centuries: The Cases That Changed Us

Fans of true crime will enjoy this collection of tales from the annals of American justice; they will surely come away eager to learn more about the crimes that have meaningfully shaped the judicial system.
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Alcatraz Ghost Story: Roy Gardner’s Amazing Train Robberies, Escapes, and Lifelong Love

An excellent and thorough biography of a character whose true story is not widely known, and a wild ride through the Depression and the U.S. prison system; many will enjoy the journey.
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If Love Could Kill: The Myths and Truths of Women Who Commit Violence

A much-needed corrective to stereotypes about the reasons behind some women’s acts of violence. This title spotlights highly personal stories of trauma, while signaling the need for systemic change.
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Blood on Their Hands: Murder, Corruption, and the Fall of the Murdaugh Dynasty

True-crime fans will savor this inside look.
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Among the Bros: A Fraternity Crime Story

Parts of this book stretch the story longer than necessary. But this is still an important title for community college or university libraries since it offers difficult-to-find details about the culture and history of fraternities.
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An Inconvenient Cop: My Fight To Change Policing in America

An absorbing and thought-provoking memoir that provides a clear and compelling argument for police reform.
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Hearts of Darkness: Serial Killers, the Behavioral Science Unit, and My Life as a Woman in the FBI

A gripping and readable memoir that’s an essential read for audiences who want to understand the history of the FBI and the BSU. True-crime fans will enjoy Monroe’s tales about some of the most memorable cases she worked.
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Starkweather: The Untold Story of the Killing Spree That Changed America

Though the subject matter is bleak, this book is expertly written. Crime aficionados will enjoy.
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