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The Book of Murder

The Book of Murder Author Ron Cowen
ISBN-10 082220133X
Release 1974
Pages 39
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THE STORY: Henry T. Aythecliff, a much married and once successful writer, now heavily in debt, summons his three ex-wives to his mansion, his plan being to extort a sizable amount of money from each of them. He has a secret meeting with each in tu



The Book Of Murder

The Book Of Murder Author Guillermo Martinez
ISBN-10 9780748132577
Release 2011-07-21
Pages 224
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Art imitates life. Or does it? One sleepy Sunday morning in Buenos Aires, the protagonist of Martinez's brilliant new mystery finds himself unexpectedly tangled up in the story of Luciana, a former authors' assistant whom he has not seen for at least ten years, and Kloster, a rival writer - only far more successful; bestselling, in fact. What he discovers will make him question everything he had always believed - taken for granted - about chance and calculation, cause and effect. Luciana is desperate. In the decade since she last had anything to do with either of the writers, nearly all her close family have died, in highly unusual circumstances. And Luciana or her sister could be next. Luciana's convinced that her one-time employer Kloster is behind the deaths, punishing her for her part in the break-up of his marriage in a murderous frenzy of revenge worthy of one of his own prodigiously successful crime novels. But which comes first, murder or novel? Clever and gripping, THE BOOK OF MURDER is a chilling crime story in which the line between fact and fiction suddenly seems blurred.



The Book of Murder

The Book of Murder Author Sebastian Wolfe
ISBN-10 0818405643
Release 1992
Pages 247
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A selection of pieces by some of the best contemporary authors provides a comprehensive portrait of twentieth-century homicide



Book of Murder

Book of Murder Author Frederick Irving Anderson
ISBN-10 9780486804743
Release 2015-04-27
Pages 288
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"Excellent writing, puzzling crimes, and plausible and interesting detectives." ― Saturday Review of Literature Meet Oliver Armiston, a writer whose ingenious mysteries inspired so many copycat crimes that the authorities began paying him not to write. Together with Deputy "Man Hunter" Parr of the New York Police Department, Armiston takes on cases of fraud, murder, and other nefarious activities in these ten dryly witty, cleverly constructed whodunits. Author Frederick Irving Anderson (1877–1947) was a star reporter for the New York World from 1898 to 1908 and a popular writer of crime fiction for The Saturday Evening Post and other popular magazines. Because so many of his superb detective stories were written for periodicals, they fell into undeserved neglect. Steeped in the evocative atmosphere of a bygone New York, this collection offers fiction that's seasoned with shrewd evaluations of crime and criminals and enhanced with a delightfully low-key sense of humor. "Anybody who enjoys crime novels should enjoy this book." — Jolly Elementary School



The Book of Murder

The Book of Murder Author Cate Ludlow
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105124124152
Release 2009
Pages 142
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As a schoolboy, Charles Dickens took a copy of The Terrific Register every week, and he later recalled how it 'frightened my very wits out of my head, for the small charge of a penny weekly; which considering that there was an illustration to every number, in which there was always a pool of blood, and at least one body, was cheap.' This selection contains the most gruesome tales from this 185-year-old publication. Including 'the horrible murder of a child by starvation', dreadful executions, foul tortures and one of the earliest mentions of a now notorious killer who turned his victims into pies, it will chill all but the sturdiest of hearts. Many of these tales have not appeared in print since Charles Dickens himself read them. Richly illustrated with original woodcuts, it will fascinate anyone with an interest in true crime.



The Mammoth Book of CSI

The Mammoth Book of CSI Author Roger Wilkes
ISBN-10 9781849015318
Release 2007-02-22
Pages 512
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Using the latest modern technology available to forensic science, crime scene investigators answer questions others never even thought to ask. Here are over 30 fascinating modern cases of forensic detective work. Genetic fingerprinting, blood splatter analysis, laser ablation, toxicology, ballistics analysis - the whole range of forensic techniques is featured. The investigators trust only the evidence to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves: the victims. The cases featured include: Tommie Lee Andrews, the first person to be convicted as a result of DNA evidence, for raping a woman during a burglary; Jeffrey Gafoor, convicted of murder in 2003 when crime scene evidence collected twelve years previously resulted in a match with his nephew; Richard W. Rogers, convicted of the murder of two of his numerous gay male victims, through vacuum metal deposition, technology which saves fingerprints from plastic bags; Dr. Sam Sheppard, the murder trial based on blood evidence that inspired the TV series "The Fugitive"; Edwin Bush, the first murderer in Britain to be brought to book thanks to an identikit picture; Derrick Todd Lee, the Baton Rouge Serial Killer, only nailed by DNA evidence, after a flawed FBI profile led big-shot investigators astray. It also includes: The Mormon Forgery Murders, an outstanding case of forensic techniques used to solve a horrifying bombing case; Albert T. Patrick, the Texan attorney tried for the murder of a millionaire businessman and convicted on handwriting evidence. These cases, usually successful - but also sometimes dangerously flawed - offer a remarkable insight into real-life scene-of-crime investigation.



The bedside book of murder

The bedside book of murder Author Richard Whittington-Egan
ISBN-10 0715392670
Release 1988-10-27
Pages 192
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The Giant Book of Murder

The Giant Book of Murder Author Jonathan Goodman
ISBN-10 1854876058
Release 1992
Pages 525
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The Orion Book of Murder

The Orion Book of Murder Author Peter Haining
ISBN-10 0752809156
Release 1997
Pages 759
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The Book of Murder

The Book of Murder Author Marcus
ISBN-10 OCLC:40378439
Release 1839
Pages 47
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Little Black Book of Murder

Little Black Book of Murder Author Nancy Martin
ISBN-10 9781101614051
Release 2013-08-06
Pages 416
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Society columnist Nora Blackbird is thrust into the world of celebrity tabloid gossip when a billionaire buys the farm…. Nora’s assigned to write a profile on billionaire fashion designer Swain Starr, who recently retired to build a high-tech organic farm with his new wife, Zephyr, a former supermodel. But before Nora can get the story, the mogul is murdered. And now her boss wants her to snap up an exclusive on who killed Starr before the cops do. But solving this murder won’t be easy with a family as colorful as Nora’s. Mick, her sort-of husband, is associating with unsavory characters from his past. Her sister Libby is transforming into a stage mom for her diabolical twins. And Emma, the youngest Blackbird, is mysteriously kicked out of the house by Mick. Nora’s home life may be hogging the spotlight, but there’s also a matter of Starr’s missing pig, which just might be the key to solving this mystery and the way Nora can bring home the bacon….



The book of murder and science

The book of murder and science Author Roger Wilkes
ISBN-10 OCLC:808730905
Release 19??
Pages 312
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From the first fingerprint evidence in a murder trial in 1905 to recent advances in 'genetic fingerprinting', the techniques of forensic science have helped police to solve some of the most shocking crimes in history. Journalist and author Roger Wilkes has brought together a fascinating collection of forensic detective work, with cases from as early as 1752, to our own times. These trials, mostly successful but sometimes dangerously flawed, give a remarkable insight into the development and huge potential of science-based detection.



The Ingrid Pitt Book of Murder Torture and Depravity

The Ingrid Pitt Book of Murder  Torture and Depravity Author Ingrid Pitt
ISBN-10 9781849942447
Release 2014-11-12
Pages 300
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Ingrid Pitt turns her attention to murder--real, gross, hideous, and depraved. From Caligula to Ivan the Terrible, Josef Mengele to modern serial killers, the actions and motives of the world's worst killers are dissected and analyzed with Pitt's razor-sharp wit and insight.



Who Named the Knife

Who Named the Knife Author Linda Spalding
ISBN-10 9780771082313
Release 2007-04-10
Pages 304
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Like Ruskin for a new age, Spalding brilliantly interweaves her own life and her subject’s in this story of a sensational murder case. In 1982, as Linda Spalding was about to leave Hawaii and embark on a new life in Canada, she was called to jury duty, sitting for the trial of a young woman charged with murder. Maryann Acker was Mormon, eighteen years old, and married to a petty crook and hustler who had hauled her into a life that led eventually to murder on a hillside above one of Hawaii’s most beautiful beaches. Twenty years later, Spalding stumbles across the journal she kept through the trial, tracks down Maryann, who is still in jail, and begins a journey into memory, into the twists of fate that spin two lives down such different trajectories. The story is Maryann’s but it is also Spalding’s, as subject and writer overlap. Like the work of John Ruskin, Linda Spalding’s writing brilliantly combines autobiography with the examination of an external subject and, in doing so, offers us profound insights into the vagaries of the human heart. From the Hardcover edition.



Beyond any reasonable doubt

Beyond any reasonable doubt Author Kenneth E. L. Deale
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105044521230
Release 1990-10-01
Pages 225
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Death Comes Easy

Death Comes Easy Author Peter Burton
ISBN-10 190285246X
Release 2003
Pages 400
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This anthology of tales focuses on murder in all of its gory guises. From heated crimes of passion to cold-blooded coshings, it should be enjoyed by fans of contemporary hard-boiled crime fiction.



The Faber Book of Murder

The Faber Book of Murder Author Simon Rae
ISBN-10 0571174949
Release 1995
Pages 575
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Murder has fascinated great artists and intellectuals, and inspired many of the finest writers to their most memorable performances. This anthology encompasses some of the murkier and more gruesome back-alleys of literary invention.