Jane Doe No More: My 15-Year Fight To Reclaim My Identity--A True Story Of Survival, Hope, And Redemption

By M. William Phelps

In 1993, Donna Palomba was once raped by means of a masked assailant in her own residence. but, her tale is greater than a victim’s story of actual and emotional restoration. it's a tale of 1 woman’s hunt for justice whereas warding off assaults through associations designed to guard and safeguard her—the police division, the neighborhood govt, and a neighborhood clinging to an outrageous declare that Donna had invented the crime to hide up a sexual affair.

     From the evening of the assault, the botched crime scene research, and the abuse as gurus tried to shut the case through discrediting her, Donna used to be left as a victim with out identify and no id. in the meantime, there has been one brave detective, later to turn into leader of police, who broke a law enforcement officials’ code of silence within the identify of justice. As they fought on, a felony conflict ensued after the Waterbury Police Department—now with media support—refused to allow cross of its allegations opposed to her and admit wrongdoing. ultimately, after 11 years of fight, Donna discovered the id of her attacker from the manager of police, who defined that the DNA from the rape equipment taken a decade in the past had grew to become up a stunning fit.

     In 2007, Donna Palomba was once the topic of a distinct two-hour Dateline episode approximately her case. by surprise, she was once Jane Doe not more, launching the Jane Doe not more association and turning into a promoter of the rights of girls and sufferers of sexual attack. With the aid of crime investigator and writer M. William Phelps, this can be her story.

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That Lonely Section of Hell: The Botched Investigation of a Serial Killer Who Almost Got Away

From her first task in 1998 to discover a rise within the variety of lacking ladies to the harrowing 2002 interrogation of convicted serial killer Robert Pickton, Lori Shenher tells a narrative of big police failure—failure of the police to exploit the data approximately Pickton on hand to them, failure to appreciate the darkish international of drug dependancy and intercourse paintings, and failure to avoid wasting extra ladies from their killer.

Shenher explains how police unwillingness to think the ladies have been lacking or murdered, jurisdictional squabbles, and a terror of tunnel imaginative and prescient conspired to depart ladies unprotected and prone to a serial killer approximately 3 years after she first got a tip that Pickton should be dependable. She unflinchingly finds her personal soreness and mental misery because of those occasions, which left her not able to paintings with or belief the police and the legal justice procedure. That Lonely component to Hell unearths the deeper truths at the back of the motives of this tragedy and the myriad methods the system—and society—failed to guard weak people.

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Snowing in Bali: The Incredible Inside Account of Bali's Hidden Drug World

By Kathryn Bonella

From the bestselling writer of resort KEROBOKAN or inn okay (UK name)  - approximately Bali's so much infamous legal -  comes a huge account of Bali's hidden drug global. With extraordinary entry to a couple of Bali's greatest foreign bosses and native purchasers, Kathryn Bonella has written a ebook much more explosive and revelatory than inn K.

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American Pain: How a Young Felon and His Ring of Doctors Unleashed America's Deadliest Drug Epidemic

By John Temple

* Finalist for the Edgar® Award in top truth Crime
* big apple Post, “The Post’s favourite Books of 2015”
* Suspense Magazine’s “Best precise Crime Books of 2015”
* Finalist for Foreword Reviews’ INDIEFAB publication of the 12 months in actual Crime
* Publishers Weekly, monstrous Indie e-book of Fall 2015

The king of the Florida tablet generators was once American soreness, a mega-clinic expressly created to serve addicts posing as sufferers. From a fortress-like former financial institution development, American Pain’s medical professionals disbursed colossal amounts of oxycodone to enormous quantities of shoppers an afternoon, ordinarily traffickers and addicts who got here by means of the vanload. Inked muscle-heads ran the clinic’s defense. Former strippers operated the drugstore, counting out capsules and stashing profit rubbish luggage. less than their lab coats, the medical professionals carried guns—and it used to be all felony… variety of.

American discomfort was once the brainchild of Chris George, a 27-year-old convicted drug felon. The son of a South Florida domestic builder, Chris George grew up in ultra-rich Wellington, the place invoice Gates, Springsteen, and Madonna saved homes. Thick-necked from weightlifting, he and his dual brother frolicked with mobsters, invested in strip golf equipment, brawled with law enforcement officials, and grinned for his or her mug photographs. After the housing industry stalled, a neighborhood health professional clued within the brothers to the burgeoning underground marketplace for frivolously regulated prescription painkillers. In Florida, discomfort clinics might dispense the meds, and not anyone tracked the sufferers. Seizing the chance, Chris George teamed up with the surgeon, and be aware received out. simply years later Chris had raked in $40 million, and ninety percentage of the drugs his medical professionals prescribed flowed north to feed the remainder of the country’s insatiable narcotics habit. in the meantime, enormous quantities extra ache clinics within the mildew of yankee soreness had popped up within the Sunshine country, making a monstrous new drug industry.

American Pain chronicles the increase and fall of this game-changing capsule mill, and the way it helped tip the state into its present opioid quandary, the deadliest drug epidemic in American background. The narrative swings backward and forward among Florida and Kentucky, and is populated via a gaudy and various forged of characters. This contains the incongruous band of rich undesirable boys, thugs and esteemed physicians who outfitted American soreness, in addition to penniless Kentucky clans who reworked themselves into painkiller trafficking jewelry. It comprises addicts whose lives have been devastated by way of American Pain’s medicines, and the federal brokers and grieving moms who worked for years to deliver the clinic’s staff to justice.

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Deadly Innocence

By Scott Burnside

Karla and Paul gave the impression of the picture-perfect newlyweds, yet have been fairly a couple of vicious killers who kidnapped, sexually tortured and murdered blameless schoolgirls, videotaping their evil acts in suburban Niagara Falls. Billed because the crime of the century in Canada, this example has obtained loads of media assurance on each side of the border. comprises 8 pages of photographs.

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The Innocent Killer: A True Story of a Wrongful Conviction and its Astonishing Aftermath

By Michael Griesbach

The tale of 1 of the nation's so much infamous wrongful convictions, that of Steven Avery, a Wisconsin guy who spent eighteen years in legal for a criminal offense he didn't dedicate. yet years after he was once exonerated of that crime and poised to harvest hundreds of thousands in his wrongful conviction lawsuit, Steven Avery used to be arrested for the tremendously brutal homicide of Teresa Halbach, a contract photographer who had long past lacking a number of days prior. The "Innocent guy" had became a chilly blooded killer. Or had he? this is often narrative non-fiction at its best. a real crime mystery.

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Flawless: Inside the Largest Diamond Heist in History

By Greg Campbell, Scott Andrew Selby

On February 15, 2003, a bunch of thieves broke into an allegedly hermetic vault within the foreign diamond capital of Antwerp, Belgium and made off with over $108 million cash worthy of diamonds and different valuables. They did so with no tripping an alarm or injuring a unmarried safeguard within the process.

Although the crime used to be ideal, the getaway used to be no longer. The police zeroed in on a band thieves fronted through Leonardo Notarbartolo, a dapper Italian who had rented an place of work within the Diamond middle and clandestinely cased its vault for over years.  The “who” of the crime have been replied, however the “how” remained mostly a mystery.

Enter Scott Andrew Selby, a Harvard legislations grad and diamond specialist, and Greg Campbell, writer of Blood Diamonds, who undertook an international goose chase to discover the genuine tale in the back of the bold heist. monitoring the threads of the tale all through Europe—from Belgium to Italy, in seedy cafés and smooth diamond offices—the authors taken care of via an array of conflicting information, divergent evaluations and incongruous theories to place jointly the puzzle of what truly occurred that Valentine’s Day weekend.

This real-life Ocean’s Eleven—a mix of diamond historical past, journalistic reportage, and riveting true-crime story—provides an exciting in-depth research detailing the better-than-fiction heist of the century.

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The Revolution of Al Husayn (as)

By Shaykh Muhammad Mahdi Shams al-Din - XKP

The Revolution of Al Husayn (as) - Its effect at the awareness of Muslim Society.

Within the placement which existed, revolution at any time, or in anyplace, may have, political, social and fiscal explanations, which impel a gaggle of individuals to a movement-by force-against the present scenario, even if simply because that scenario represents a deviation from a fantastic which has been portrayed and is found in the religion of the umma, or simply because that scenario doesn't reply to the aspirations of that staff of people that symbolize the elite in the umma.

By its good fortune or failure, a revolution will produce effects. relating to luck the implications may be represented by way of the swap within the conceptions and associations within the society. it will be complete through their transformation from their prior shape to the shape recommend within the slogans of the revolutionaries once they launched into their revolution. with regards to failure, the end result will result in the prevailing regime intensifying measures of repression so that it will advance its foundations and make the conceptions which it applies to society extra deeply-rooted when it comes to coverage, the economic system, society and different issues of standard life.

Translated from the Arabic by way of I.K.A. Howard

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Without Pity: Ann Rule's Most Dangerous Killers

By Ann Rule

THEY KILL with no CONSCIENCE.
ANN RULE PORTRAYS THEIR SHATTERING CRIMES with no PITY.

In 8 gorgeous Case records volumes, from A Rose for Her Grave to the number 1 blockbuster Last Dance, final Chance, Ann Rule reigns as "America's most sensible true-crime author" (Kirkus Reviews). Now, she updates the main miraculous situations from that acclaimed sequence -- and offers surprising, all-new true-crime debts -- in a single riveting anthology. In each explosive bankruptcy of Without Pity, Ann Rule deepens her unrelenting exploration of the evil that lies in the back of the ideal facades of heartless killers...and the lethal compulsions of greed and gear that shatter their outward trappings of fabric good fortune.
they're the renowned, relied on neighbor; the affable relations guy; the attractive, charismatic lover; the high-achieving specialist. maybe such a lot scary of all is they are heroes of their personal minds. but if an individual will get within the approach in their deluded goals, they're in a position to lethal acts of violence without regret. reading the genuine nature of the sociopathic brain in chilling aspect, Ann Rule strains the murderous crimes of doubtless traditional males -- killers who drew their unsuspecting sufferers into their twisted worlds with devastating effects.

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Born to Kill: The Rise and Fall of America's Bloodiest Asian Gang

By T. J. English

Throughout the overdue eighties and nineties, a gang of younger Asian refugees lower a bloody swath via New York's Chinatown. They have been the misplaced teenagers of the Vietnam struggle, severed from their households through violence and solid adrift in an odd land. Banding jointly lower than the management of a megalomaniacal younger psychopath, David Thai, they took their identify from a slogan that they had visible on helicopters and the helmets of U.S. infantrymen: "Born to Kill." For a decade their empire used to be unassailable, outfitted on a origin of worry, ruthlessness, and incredible brutality—until one brave gang brother helped carry it down from the interior.

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