In the final minutes of Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas, Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) opens the door to his nondescript suburban home.
The Accidental Truth is a memoir/true crime story that is both intriguing and frustrating.
“The author pulls no punches or keeps any secrets. 400 Things delves into topics not normally on most people’s minds, but at some point things they may have wondered about. . . .
“. . . an easily accessible and well-written primer on the history of forensic science.”
“. . . not just a story of one man, but a fascinating indictment of our judicial system as a whole.”
“. . . [a] compelling masterpiece . . .”
“Life After Murder: Five Men in Search of Redemption is an important book for all of us—if only we could allow the mythology of prisoners to be dispelled.”
“Women Warriors, like the sisters in arms featured in these stories, delivers mightily.”
“In combining—as the authors admit that they do—the scholarly with the gossipy in one slim volume, the resultant work is an uncomfortable blend of loose, anecdotal history and academic text
“A young boy with a brain injury has not only found a purpose in his life, but he is also able to help others in the process. . . . Mr.
“Vera Atkins—whose list of aliases goes on for a full paragraph—was the most successful agent of World War II.
“. . . riveting from start to finish. . . .
“Darkmarket is a lively account of how credit card crime is organized on the Internet and an engaging portrayal of some of the characters who are involved.
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Isn’t it always nice when you find someone willing to offer a sympathetic and open ear to your daily tribulations, especially on the train or bus going home at night after a hard day’s work?
The word Evil is displayed in huge red font on the cover of Baldacci’s latest thriller. This display could not be more appropriate.