02--Crime:á History & Famous Cases

Adams, Barbara Johnston.á Crime mysteries.á New York:á F. Watts, 1988.á 95p.á Retells the stories of five famous crimes.

Allan, Philip Bertram Murray.á The prison-breakers:á a book of escapes from captivity.á London:á P. Allen, 1927.á Ann Arbor, MI:á Gryphon Books, 1971.á 282p.

Ashton-Wolfe, Harry.á Crimes of love and hate.á Boston, New York:á Houghton Mifflin Company, 1928.á 323p.

Ashton-Wolfe, Harry.á Crimes of violence and revenge.á Boston, New York:á Houghton Mifflin company, 1929.á 359p.

Atkinson, Linda.á Incredible crimes.á New York:á F. Watts, 1980.á 90p.á Relates five notorious crimes, including D. B. Cooper's skyjacking, the great train robbery, and the Krupp diamond case.

Berger, Gilda, & Melvin Berger.á Bizarre crimes.á Illustrated by Cheryl Chalmers.á New York:á J. Messner, 1984.á 96p.á Presents ten cases of unusual and daring crimes.

Blundell, Nigel, & Roger Boar, eds.á The World's greatest unsolved crimes.á London:á Octopus Books, 1984.á 192p.

Borowitz, Albert.á A gallery of sinister perspectives:á ten crimes and a scandal.á Kent, OH:á Kent State University Press, 1982.á 163p.

Braithwaite, John.á Corporate crime in the pharmaceutical industry.á London;á Boston:á Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984.á 440p.

Camps, Francis E.á Camps on crime.á Preface by Sir Leon Radzinowicz.á England:á Newton Abbot, David and Charles, 1973.á 181p.á Famous crimes.

Davidson, Louis Bennett, & Eddie Doherty.á Strange crimes at sea.á Illustrations by Gordon Grant.á Introduction by William McFee.á New York:á Grosset & Dunlap, 1966 & 1954.á 248p.

Deary, Terry.á True crime stories.á New York:á Puffin Books, 1997.á 110p.

Decaux, Alain.á Les assassins.á Paris:á Perrin, 1986.á 424p.á Crime & assasins.

Doshay, Lewis Jacob.á The boy sex offender and his later career.á Foreword by George W. Henry.á Montclair, NJ:á Patterson Smith, 1969.á First printed in 1943.á 206p.

Douthwaite, Louis Charles.á Mass murder.á Foreword by George Dilnot.á London:á J. Long, 1928.á 288p.á New York:á H. Holt and Company, 1929.á 313p.

Dugdale, Richard Louis (1841-1883).á "The Jukes":á a study in crime, pauperism, disease and heredity:á also further studies of criminals.á Introduction by Wm. M. F. Round.á New York;á London:á G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1884.á First edition in 1877. áNew York:á Arno Press, 1970.á 120p.

Farr, Robert.á The electronic criminals.á New York:á McGraw-Hill, 1975.á 194p.á Commercial crimes & business intelligence.

Finger, Charles Joseph (1869-1941).á Historic crimes and criminals.á Girard, KS:á Haldeman-Julius Company, 1922.á 61p.

Gaines, Ann, & Austin Sarat, eds.á Private investigators and bounty hunters.á Philadelphia:á Chelsea House Publishers, 1999.á 96p.

Ghaffari, Michelle.á Mystery and mayhem:á tales of lust, murder, madness, and disappearance.á New York, NY:á MetroBooks, 1995.á 120p.

Gustafson, Anita.á Guilty or innocent?á New York:á Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1985.á 150p.á Examines ten of the most famous criminal cases in history, juxtaposing two at a time to show that similar cases may result in different verdicts.á The reader is asked to guess each verdict before it is revealed.

Hampden-Turner, Charles.á Sane asylum.á San Francisco:á San Francisco Book Co., 1976.á 296p.á Criminals, rehabilitation & halfway houses in California.

Hirsch, Richard.á Crimes that shook the world.á Freeport, NY:á Books for Libraries Press, 1971.á First published, 1949.á 224p.

Hussinat, Mohammad M.á Leisure and crime.á Jaipur:á Rawat Publications, 1997.á 236p.

Hynd, Alan.á Great crime busters.á Illustrated by Albert Orbaan.á New York:á Putnam, 1967.á 158p.á Recounts ten crimes prevented or solved by the work of amateur sleuths as well as professional policemen.

Hynd, Alan.á Murder.á New York:á Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1952.á 246p.á Twelve true crime stories.

Iannacci, Jerry, & Ron Morris.á Access device fraud and related financial crimes.á Boca Raton, FL:á CRC Press, 2000.á 154p.

Inciardi, James A.á Careers in crime.á Chicago:á Rand McNally College Pub. Co., 1975.á 252p.

Jackson, Bruce.á In the life:á versions of the criminal experience.á New York:á Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972.á 412p.á Crime, prisoners & sexual deviation.

Kahn, Joan, ed.á Chilling and killing.á Introduction by Joan Kahn.á Preface by Jacques Barzun.á Boston:á Houghton Mifflin, 1978.á 337p.á Crime stories.

Kahn, Joan, ed.á The edge of the chair:á an anthology.á New York:á Harper & Row, 1967.á 560p.á About crime & detective stories.

Keating, Henry Reymond Fitzwalter, ed.á Blood on my mind:á a collection of new pieces by members of the Crime Writers' Association about real crimes, some notable and some obscure.á London:á Macmillan, 1972.á 190p.

Kingston, Charles.á Enemies of society.á London:á S. Paul & Co., 1927.á 255p.

Madison, Arnold.á Great unsolved cases.á Illustrated by Michael Deas.á New York:á F. Watts, 1978.á 88p.á Discusses mysteries still surrounding Jack the Ripper, the Lindbergh kidnapping, and the disappearance of Flight 967.

Nowra, Louis, ed.á The Cheated.á Sydney:á Angus & Robertson, 1979.á 168p.á Crime & atrocities.

O'Dare, Kain.á Philosophy of the dusk.á Illustrated by the author.á Introduction by Guy Pearce Jones.á New York, London:á The Century co., 1929.á 247p.á Written out of twenty or more years of criminal life, most of them spent behind prison walls.

Phillips, Samuel March (1780-1862).á Famous cases of circumstantial evidence:á with an introduction on the theory of presumptive proof.á New York:á J. Cockcroft, 1874.á Reprint:á Littleton, CO:á F.B. Rothman, 1979.á 2 volumes.

Rogers, James T.á Four tough cases of the F.B.I.á New York:á Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968.á 100p.á

Singer, Kurt D., ed.á My strangest case:á by police chiefs of the world.á London:á W. H. Allen, 1957.á 207p.á Garden City, NY:á Published for the Crime Club by Doubleday, 1958.á 192p.

Solomon, Louis.á The Ma & Pa murders and other perfect crimes.á Philadelphia:á Lippincott, 1976.á 157p.á Six crimes, such as the case of Lizzie Borden, which remain unsolved to this day.

Torok, Lou.á Straight talk from prison:á a convict reflects on youth, crime, and society.á New York:á Human Sciences Press, 1974.á 142p.

Tracy, Paul E., & Kimberly Kempf-Leonard.á Continuity and discontinuity in criminal careers.á New York:á Plenum Press, 1996.á 263p.

Train, Arthur Cheney (1875-1945).á True stories of crime from the district attorney's office.á New York:á Scribner, 1924.á First published in 1908.á 348p.

Waller, Leslie.á The mob:á the story of organized crime in America.á New York:á Delacorte Press, 1973.á 134p.

Whibley, Charles (1859-1930).á A book of scoundrels.á London:á W. Heinemann, 1897.á 283p.

Whitton, Frederick Ernest.á Service trials & tragedies.á London:á Hutchinson, 1930.á 288p.á Crimes in Great Britain Army and Royal Navy.

Williamson, William Henry.á Annals of crime:á some extraordinary women.á London:á G. Routledge & Sons, 1930.á 285p.á Including Jeanne de la Cour, Maybrick, Lafarge, Christiana Edmunds, Marie de Morell, Helene Jagado, Madeleine Smith, Marie Michel, Constance Kent, CÚlestine Doudet & Madame Joniaux.