The I-5 Killer

By Ann Rule, Andy Stack

Award-winning scholar Randall Woodfield was once each collage girl's dream - and nightmare. This "boy-next-door" sort cruised an 800-mile-long northwestern road, the I-5 looking for his prey - girl of every age. He subjected them to frightening abuse and notched up a minimum of forty four sufferers ahead of he was once stuck and convicted. this is often his tale.

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Warrior Kings: The South London Gang Wars 1976-1982

It was once the lengthy sizzling summer time of 1976, and a 15-year-old Noel Smith, testosterone jangling, used to be between many south London young ones willing to stamp their mark at the global and locate an id and a feeling of belonging. Rock ’n’ roll song of the ’50s had gripped his mind's eye and, adopting the costume, coiffure and dance strikes, a Teddy boy used to be born. lots of his friends swimsuit and shortly the Balham Wildkatz have been born - mob-handed, conceited and spoiling for a ruck at each chance. existence used to be all approximately flying your shades, cultivating either a private and gang recognition, claiming new turf and retaining your individual patch opposed to the enemy: the opposite youngster subcultures dependent round the tune scene - mods, rockers, soul boys, punks, skinheads, smoothies, rockabillies - that shaped a risky melting pot of teenybopper angst ready to blow up. Clubbing, ingesting, thieving and scuffling with grew to become the norm and a wave of more and more reckless and violent habit ensued, ensuing eventually in internecine conflict. ‘Razor’ Smith, as a veteran of that scene and previous gang chief of the Wildkatz, appears again with honesty, humor and bright readability at the days of his youth.

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In with the Devil: A Fallen Hero, a Serial Killer, and a Dangerous Bargain for Redemption

By James Keene, Hillel Levin

Featured on Dateline and CNN, the real tale of a tender guy destined for greatness at the soccer field―until a number of flawed turns led him to a ten-year legal sentence. He used to be provided an most unlikely project: Coax a confession out of a fellow inmate, a serial killer, and stroll free.

Jimmy Keene grew up open air of Chicago. even if he was once the son of a policeman and rubbed shoulders with the city's elite, he ended up at the mistaken part of the legislations and used to be sentenced to 10 years with out likelihood of parole.

Just a number of months into his sentence, Keene used to be approached by means of the prosecutor who positioned him at the back of bars. He had convicted a guy named Larry corridor for abducting and killing a fifteen-year-old. even if corridor was once suspected of killing nineteen different younger women, there has been an opportunity he may nonetheless be published on attraction. If Keene may well get him to admit to 2 murders, there will be doubtless approximately Hall's guilt. In go back, Keene could get an unconditional free up from criminal. yet he may also get killed.

A tale that won nationwide notoriety, this is often Keene's robust story of peril, violence, and redemption.

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Muhammad (S) is the Last Prophet

By Allamah Sayyid Sa'eed Akhtar Rizvi - XKP

This textual content is a reaction to the misguided Ahmadiyya (Qadiani) ideals concerning the alleged prophet-hood of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. It discusses extensive the finality of prophet-hood with Prophet Muhammad in mild of the Qur'an and traditions (ahadith). It additionally refutes the claims that attach Imam Mahdi with Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.

ISLAMICMOBILITY.COM

al-islam.org

Published through: Bilal Muslim undertaking of Tanzania

Dar-Es-Salaam - Tanzania

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The Badge: True and Terrifying Crime Stories That Could Not Be Presented on TV, from the Creator and Star of Dragnet

By Jack Webb

Before Charlie's Angels, Miami Vice, or NYPD Blue, there has been Dragnet. From 1951 to 1959, Jack Webb starred as Sergeant Joe Friday within the so much winning police drama in tv historical past. Webb ("Just the proof, ma'am") used to be additionally the author of Dragnet, and what made the express so progressive used to be its documentary-style layout and the truth that each one episode used to be "ripped" from the records of the LAPD. yet Fifties tv censors deemed some of the tales within the LAPD's records too violent or sensational for the airwaves. The Badge is Webb's number of tales that can no longer be awarded on television: untold, behind-the-scenes money owed of the Black Dahlia homicide, the Brenda Allen confessions, Stephen Nash's "thrill murders," and Donald Bashor's "sleeping woman murders," to call quite a few. Case by way of case, The Badge takes readers on a backbone chilling police travel throughout the darkish, shadowy international of la crime. it's a trip that, even 4 many years after it initially seemed in print, no reader is probably going to forget.

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Stolen Innocence: My Story of Growing Up in a Polygamous Sect, Becoming a Teenage Bride, and Breaking Free of Warren Jeffs

By Lisa Pulitzer, Elissa Wall

In September 2007, a packed court docket in St. George, Utah, sat hushed as Elissa Wall, the famous person witness opposed to polygamous sect chief Warren Jeffs, gave desirable testimony of the way Jeffs compelled her to marry her first cousin at age fourteen. This harrowing and shiny account proved to be the main compelling facts opposed to Jeffs, displaying the cruel realities of this closed neighborhood and the lengths that Jeffs went to which will keep watch over the ladies in it. Now, during this brave memoir, Elissa Wall tells her fabulous and inspirational tale of her time within the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints (FLDS), detailing how she emerged from its confines to aid carry considered one of America's so much infamous criminals to justice.

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The Girls of Murder City: Fame, Lust, and the Beautiful Killers Who Inspired Chicago

By Douglas Perry

With an exciting, fast moving narrative, award-winning journalist Douglas Perry vividly captures the sensationalized circus surroundings that gave upward thrust to the concept that of the fame felony- and gave Chicago its most famed tale. the ladies of homicide urban recounts scandalous, sex-fueled homicide instances and the way an intrepid "girl reporter" named Maurine Watkins grew to become the attractive, media-savvy suspects-"Stylish Belva" and "Beautiful Beulah"-into the controversy of town. Fueled by way of wealthy interval aspect and a forged of characters who appeared destined for the level, the ladies of homicide urban is a crackling story that at the same time offers the freewheeling spirit of the Jazz Age and its sober repercussions.

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Truly Criminal: A Crime Writers' Association Anthology of True Crime

Real lifestyles crimes, well-known and forgotten, re-examined via major crime writers

A magnificent choice of fresh and unique essays approximately well-known and imprecise genuine lifestyles crimes, Truly Criminal showcases a gaggle of very popular, award-winning writers who all percentage a distinct ardour for crime. between those real-life crimes, well-known and forgotten, are such infamous circumstances as Samuel Herbert Dougal, the Moat Farm assassin; George Joseph Smith, the Brides within the tub killer; and Dr. Hawley Harvey Crippen, some of the most notorious killers in British historical past. that includes a blinding checklist of individuals, together with best crime novelists Peter Lovesey, Andrew Taylor, and Catherine Aird, in addition to 2013 CWA Crime Non-Fiction Dagger winner Paul French; an advantage essay by means of the past due nice Margery Allingham in regards to the debatable William Herbert Wallace case has additionally been rediscovered. With a foreword by way of overseas bestselling author Peter James, this assortment will thrill enthusiasts of true-crime writing.

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