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American Demon: Eliot Ness and the Hunt for America’s Jack the Ripper

Stashower was born in Cleveland, and his personal connection to the city breathes life into this well-researched and chilling account.
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Roll Red Roll: Rape, Power, and Football in the American Heartland

This first-rate book will appeal to anyone interested in feminism, women and gender studies, or criminal justice.
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With the Devil’s Help: A True Story of Poverty, Mental Illness, and Murder

Readers who are interested in complex family histories like Tara Westover’s Educated will enjoy this book.
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The Plea of Innocence: Restoring Truth to the American Justice System

The slim book is well written, but academic in tone. Professional audiences will appreciate this deep dive into the theory of criminal prosecutions.
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American Crusade: How the Supreme Court Is Weaponizing Religious Freedom

As an in-depth legal analysis written for the general population, this work will stir controversy and debate and likely be on many readers’ lists whether they agree or disagree with Siedel’s arguments.
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The Red Widow: The Scandal That Shook Paris and the Woman Behind it All

Readers will be captivated by Meg’s story and Horowitz’s clever crafting of her tale.
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The Prison Guard’s Daughter: My Journey Through the Ashes of Attica

Miller’s compassionate book (coauthored by investigative journalist Craig, who has reported on Attica for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) discusses the state’s deception around the Attica tragedy, grapples with forgiveness and reparations, and calls for prison reform.
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Sincerely Held: American Secularism and Its Believers

A good choice for religious, political, and legal scholars seeking a thorough confrontation of what historically has and hasn’t counted as a sincerely held religious belief.
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Madman in the Woods: Life Next Door to the Unabomber

A captivating new voice in true crime tells a well-trodden story from a fresh perspective. Highly recommended for libraries looking to increase the quality of their true crime collections.
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