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Blessed Are the Bank Robbers: The True Adventures of an Evangelical Outlaw

A fascinating exploration that will appeal to those who appreciate the intersection of true crime and memoir.
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The Doomsday Mother: Lori Vallow, Chad Daybell, and the End of an American Family

True crime fans will likely be interested in Glatt’s fascinating account, which comes out before Vallow’s and Daybell’s upcoming trials, but the book might become outdated as new information surfaces about this ongoing case.
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Art & Crime: The Fight Against Looters, Forgers, and Fraudsters in the High-Stakes Art World

Readers interested in the art trade will benefit most from Koldehoff and Timm’s work. Those seeking a true crime experience can find more engaging works elsewhere.
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ShadowMan: An Elusive Psycho Killer and the Birth of FBI Profiling

A thrilling book about the lengths to which investigators went to catch an elusive killer and a pivotal moment in the history of criminal investigation.
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Hell’s Half-Acre: The Untold Story of the Benders, America’s First Serial Killer Family

A fascinating look at a case that still captures the imagination. Fans of historical true crime will be pleased.
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The Con and the FBI Agent: An Unlikely Alliance

An insider perspective on law enforcement that may appeal to readers who are particularly interested in the life FBI.
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Dawn at Mineral King Valley: The Sierra Club, the Disney Company, and the Rise of Environmental Law

A superb addition to environmental law collections.
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Greed in the Gilded Age: The Brilliant Con of Cassie Chadwick

Readers curious about the Gilded Age or who enjoy stories of con artists will appreciate Hazelgrove’s lively tale of a most ambitious grifter.
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Still Doing Life: 22 Lifers, 25 Years Later

An unflinching look at some of the most marginalized members of society. Those who appreciated Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption or Zehr’s and Toew’s other books on restorative justice will be eager to read this heartfelt work.
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