A great tale of dope and money smuggling during the early '80s.
A wild tale of life undercover in the Vagos motorcycle gang.
This chronicle of one of the country's most elusive criminals is very entertaining, but lacks reflection and analysis.
Overall, Sleeping Dogs is a lot of fun but as a complete and entertaining journey, it may leave you wanting.
Well-written fictional account of what supposedly is one of the biggest monetary heists in history.
Burke E. Strunsky, a senior deputy district attorney in Southern California, takes the reader inside the courtroom for some of the most haunting criminal cases in the state.
Although the reader knows in general how the story of the Central Park Five will come out, author Sarah Burns still tells a compelling, suspenseful story.
Clark Rockefeller has never existed, yet he reached the pinnacle of success as a con man.
Murder and mutilation in Peking.
The "truth is stranger than fiction" story of Colton Harris-Moore, aka The Barefoot Bandit.