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Celtic Soccer Crew: What The Hell Do We Care?
- Paperback - John Blake
John O'Kane delivers a gripping tale of a life dedicated to football violence and gives an unparalleled insight into the reality of being a career hooligan.
Killer Doctors: The Ultimate Betrayal Of Trust
- Paperback - Neil Wilson
Despite the high regard in which they are held by society, doctors are driven by the same desires and needs as any other human beings. And they are also susceptible to those demons that make murderers of us. This is a macabre insight into a series of cases involving killer doctors from around the world.
Once Upon A Crime: I Grew Up In Britain's Hardest City, Where The Only Way To Survive Was On Your Wits
- Paperback - John Blake
This is the true story of Jimmy Cryans. It is a story of growing up in Glasgow's East End during the 50s and 60s and how he became involved in a life of crime. Jimmy speaks about the various characters he met and his dealings with some of Britain's major criminals. Jimmy's story also reveals his lifelong quest to find himself.
Gang Of One
- Hardback - Hodder & Stoughton
Imagine you're a 35 year old, white, British, middle-class businessman sentenced to three years in Big Spring, one of America's most notorious prisons. You've been told that if get into any trouble, your sentence will be doubled. You've just said goodbye to your lawyer. You're on your own. You are a gang of one.
The Doctor Dissected: A Cultural Autopsy Of The Burke And Hare Murders
- Hardback - Oxford University Press
In 1828, Robert Knox was Edinburgh's charismatic anatomist - but eager medical students needed corpses to practice on, and Knox was supplied by the murderers Burke and Hare. 'The Doctor Dissected' shows how this local crime became a trauma that echoes down the years as fact and fiction and into modern media - particularly in Scotland.
- Paperback - History
From cases as famous as the execution of Andrew Hardie and John Baird for high treason in 1820, to little-known crimes such as that of 84 year old Allan Mair, hung for the murder of his 85 year old wife in 1843, this book sheds a new light on Stirling's criminal history.
Beyond All Evil
- Paperback - HarperElement
June Thomson and Giselle Ross are inextricably linked by two unspeakable acts of evil. On the same day, a few miles apart, their estranged husbands slaughtered their children. The murders were not driven by rage, or committed in moments of madness. They were planned, and carried out with chilling precision.
Wildlife Crime: The Making Of An Investigations Officer
- Paperback - Whittles
Through the professional life of Dave Dick, the RSPB's Senior Scottish Investigation Officer between 1984 and 2006, the often murky world of wildlife crime is revealed. He examines the motives of both criminals and their pursuers in an attempt to show the truth of what has become a highly-charged and politicised topic.
The Boy In The Attic: The Chilling, Real-Life Story Of A Satanic Murder And The Truth That Haunts
- Paperback - Mainstream
On a bright and sunny June afternoon, a seven year old boy was left in the care of his teenage neighbour. No one knew, or would even have dreamed of suspecting, that the teenager was a Satanist. The two went out to the fields to look for rabbits. The child was never seen alive again.
A Lone Furrow: The Continued Fight Against Wildlife Crime
- Paperback - Argyll
Britain's foremost investigator of wildlife crime returns to the many crime scenes that still cover our countryside to reveal the specialist skills required to gain convictions in crimes against birds and animals. These first-hand accounts of police investigations show the meticulous work that police wildlife crime officers carry out.