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    "Yellow Kid" Weil: The Autobiography Of America's Master Swindler
    J. R. Weil - Paperback - AK
    Bilked bankers, grifted gamblers, and swindled spinsters: welcome to the world of confidence men. You'll marvel at the elaborate schemes developed by The Yellow Kid and cry for the marks who lost it all to his ingenuity - $8,000,000 by some estimations.
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    The Savage City: Race, Murder And A Generation On The Edge
    T. J. English - Paperback - Mainstream
    In the early 1960s, the 'Mad Men' era, a mood of uncertainty and menace gripped New York City. At the centre of the unrest was a poisonous divide between two camps in the city: the deeply corrupt, cynical and racist police of the era and the African American community, buffeted by economic distress and the spread of narcotics.
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    The Soldier's Secret: From Gangland Goodfella To Army Officer
    Alexander Shannon - Paperback - Mainstream
    In this book, army captain Alex Shannon reveals how he escaped his shady gangland past to enjoy a glittering career in the army, only to find himself back in the thick of criminal activity. He reveals how he managed to combine his successful army career with dangerous gangland dealings for so long and how he finally broke free.
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    Blood In The Glens: True Crime From The Scottish Highlands
    Jean McLennan - Paperback - Black & White
    Murders and unexplained deaths happen wherever there are people and, despite its sparse population, the Highlands have had more than their fair share. Jean McLennan, an honorary Sheriff from Wick, investigates some of the most chilling crimes committed in the north over the last 60 years.
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    The Appin Murder: The Killing Of The Red Fox
    Seamus Carney - Paperback - Birlinn
    The Appin murder remains one of Scotland's most famous unsolved murders, and was the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Kidnapped' and 'Catriona'. This text examines the events surrounding the murder and its aftermath.
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    The Monster Butler: Inside The Mind Of A Serial Killer
    A. M. Nicol - Paperback - Black & White
    Archibald Hall was one of Scotland's most enigmatic criminals. A man of multiple personas, Hall was more widely known as Roy Fontaine, the Monster Butler who murdered 5 people, including his own brother. This book tells Hall's story and reveals new insights into his crimes and motivations.
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    The Killer Within: In The Company Of Monsters
    Philip Carlo - Paperback - Mainstream
    When true crime writer Philip Carlo learnt he had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a terminal illness that causes all of the muscles in the body to atrophy over time, Carlo himself began to prepare for his own end. In 'The Killer Within', Carlo documents his difficult experiences with ALS.
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    Lucky Luciano: Mafia Murderer And Secret Agent
    Timothy Newark - Paperback - Mainstream
    For the first 25 years of his criminal career, Charles 'Lucky' Luciano was a vicious mobster, king of the New York underworld. For the next 25 years of his life, Luciano was a legend, but a fake master criminal without real power, his evil reputation manipulated and maintained by the government agents who had put him behind bars.
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    The Limbs In The Loch Murder
    Patrick Greg - Paperback - John Blake
    The shocking true story of Britain's most savage killer, this title will appeal to those that remember the case in 1999 as well as readers of the true crime genre.
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    Gentle Johnny Ramensky: The World's Most Extraordinary Safe Blower
    Robert Jeffrey - Paperback - Black & White
    The astonishing tale of a boy reared in the poverty of the Gorbals who became one of the world's most extraordinary safe blowers. He spent more than 40 years in jail. A daring escaper, he broke out of Scotland's grim prison fortress of Peterhead five times - three times in one year.

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