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An FBI cold case, kept secret for over 70 years sends an international team of world renowned investigators on the ultimate manhunt in search of justice and to finally answer the question: Did Adolf Hitler survive WWII?

In early 2014, the FBD declassified hundreds of pages of top secret documents proving that top officials in the U.S. Government not only believed that Hitler escaped Germany, but were also secretly spending millions of dollars trying to track him down.  A memo from J. Edgar Hoover himself states: "American Army officials in Germany have not located Hitler's body nor is there any reliable source that will say definitely that Hitler is dead."

With these newly released FBI files as their guide, the team will approach this investigation in the hopes of solving the mystery surrounding the demise of one of the biggest criminals of all time.These investigators will focus on the facts and the tried and true tactics for solving a fraudulent death case: follow the money, where was the subject last seen, eyewitness reports, make contact with known associates, and forensics.

Hunting Hitler is an eight-part series that follows a highly trained team as they execute the definitivesearch for Adolf Hitler. Armed with new clues and cutting edge technology, they will uncover what Hitler's movements could have been after the fall of the Nazi Empire

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In 1911, 21-year-old private investigator Clytie James was sent to Atlanta to investigate a series of grisly murders committed by the Mulatto Ripper. One fateful night, she unexpectedly found herself face to face with the killer, but he got away.

Fifty years later, an elderly Miss Clytie returns to Atlanta on business, only to be contacted by an old man claiming to be the Ripper. Determined not to let him escape a second time, Clytie and the ominous stranger embark on a little trip down Memory Lane...

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The Netflix series Making a Murderer was a runaway hit, with over 19 million US viewers in the first 35 days. The series left many with the opinion that Steven Avery, a man falsely imprisoned for almost 20 years on a previous, unrelated assault charge, had been framed by a corrupt police force and district attorney’s office for the murder of a young photographer. Viewers were outraged, and hundreds of thousands demanded a pardon for Avery. The chief villain of the series? Ken Kratz, the special prosecutor who headed the investigation and trial. Kratz’s later misdeeds—prescription drug abuse and sexual harassment—only cemented belief in his corruption.

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Simon Wells' breathtaking account of life and murder with Manson and the Family, charting the influence of the Beatles, the Beach Boys and the Black Panthers on their enduring legacy of horror.

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Sue Russell is an award-winning journalist and the co-author of "The Illustrated Courtroom: 50 Years of Court Art" with artist Elizabeth Williams. She is also the author of "Lethal Intent," a fact crime biography of executed serial killer Aileen Wuornos.

"The Illustrated Courtroom", which has won a dozen awards and honors, showcases the beautiful artwork of five award-winning court artists -- artists who go where cameras can't. It includes 140 pieces from many historic trials with defendants including Jack Ruby, the Black Panthers, "Son of Sam", Charles Manson, Patty Hearst, 1993 World Trade Center bomber Mohammed Salameh, Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and disgraced financier Bernie Madoff. It is available in eBook and paperback.

The fully updated edition of "Lethal Intent" (2013) became a Pinnacle Books "True Crime Classic" in 2010. It covers Wuornos's eleven years on Death Row, her execution and her legacy and is available in paperback and eBook.

Lethal Intent was first published in the U.S. in 2002. It was originally published in the UK and Australia in 1993 as "Damsel of Death". Sue, who covered Aileen Wuornos' 1992 trial, was present when Aileen received her first, second, third and fourth death sentences and found hearing a judge sentence Aileen to die an incredibly chilling experience.

Digging deep into the life of one of America's rare female serial killers consumed Sue for two years. The result: a classic book as relevant now as then. "The Illustrated Courtroom" is also dear to her heart and represents a years' long collaboration with artist Elizabeth Williams.

 
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On Christmas Eve 2007, Judy and Wayne Anderson’s daughter, Michele, and her boyfriend, Joseph McEnroe, arrived at their home for a family meal. Unbeknownst to them, their daughter was armed with a loaded 9 mm pistol and McEnroe was carrying a .357 Magnum. Both parents were callously shot dead by the pair and their bodies hidden from view. Two and a half hours later, Michele’s brother Scott, his wife Erica and their two children, Olivia (5) and Nathan (3), arrived at the house. Within the hour, they too had been pitilessly slain, in an act of violence that was breath-taking in its scope and cruelty. With his highly-anticipated third book, Paul Sanders takes the reader inside every day of the trial of Michele Anderson, with his customary attention to detail, from December 2015 until March 2016. And in a unique digression from his other works

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Two families, mysteriously murdered under similar circumstances, just a month apart. One was memorialized in Truman Capote’s classic novel, In Cold Blood. The other was all but forgotten.

Dick Hickock and Perry Smith confessed to the first: the November 15, 1959 murder of a family of four in Holcomb, Kansas. Despite remarkable coincidences between the two crimes, they denied committing the second: the December 19 murder of a family of four in Osprey, Florida.

Over half a century later, a determined Florida detective undertakes exceptional efforts to try to bring closure to the long-cold case.

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In SketchCop:Drawing A Line Against Crime, Streed takes readers on a thrilling ride across a landscape littered with crime scenes and violent criminals, including anecdotes from historical cases, such as the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He'll share the compelling true crime stories from his portfolio, detailing how he used his specialized skills as The SketchCop to turn memories into monster into justice. His descriptions of the psychological impression this important investigative tool leaves on victims helps to round out the book in a way that guarantees after reading SketchCop, you’ll never look at another face the same way again!

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Most people became interested in the State of Arizona v. Jodi Arias January 2, 2013, when opening statements were delivered. Over time that interest became a media sensation and a world-wide phenomenon. However, as her attorney I know that what you saw at trial is only part of the story. Have you ever wondered what happened before the trial began, what it was like to deal with Ms. Arias when the cameras were not rolling? In this book I detail for the reader what happened before the case began, what happened before the cameras were on. I detail the things that you do not know, things that will describe my reality, the reality that I was "Trapped with Ms. Arias."

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Comprehensive and authoritative, The Secret State skillfully examines the potential pitfalls of the traditional intelligence cycle; the dangerous uncertainties of spies and human intelligence; how the Cold War became an electronic intelligence war; the technical revolution that began with the use of reconnaissance photography in World War I and during the Cuban Missile Crisis; the legacy of Stalin's deliberate ignoring of vital intelligence; how signals intelligence gave America one of its greatest victories; how Wikileaks really happened; and whether 9/11 could have been avoided if America's post-Cold War intelligence agencies had adapted to the new world of international terrorism.

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