Nobody Important Just A Renegade Cop
by Mervin Korolek
Police work isn’t all traffic tickets and chasing robbers. In his thoughtful and highly entertaining memoir, Merv Korolek tells the stories of his life and career in British Columbia’s RCMP. Between the 1970s and 1990s, Korolek’s experiences ...
Long Time Dead
My Investigation into the Unsolved Murder of Ralph Wilson Snair by Susan McIver
How did a conservative, simple-living, retired church custodian come to die from a gunshot wound to the head? Was it murder or suicide? On April 19, 1957, Ralph Wilson Snair was found dead in a rented vehicle at the side of Highway 50, two miles ...
One More Round
Examining a Career in the Combative Courtrooms of America by William C. Costopoulos
It’s been said that the law is a jealous mistress. She’s also irresistibly passionate and unpredictably cruel. In every attorney’s life, there comes a day when it’s no longer possible to keep up with her demands. In her wake comes the dreaded ...
A 45-Year Journey Conducting Global Undercover Investigations by Kim Marsh
Investigating white-collar crime. Fighting with cartels. Uncovering complex organized crime cases. Here are the stories behind the headlines. Kim Marsh’s memoirs highlight the fast pace and high stakes of undercover investigative work. In the ...
The Gorilla Man Strangler Case
Serial Killer Earle Nelson by Alvin A. J. Esau
The hitchhiker seemed harmless. He was dressed in a blue suit and a colorful sweater, accessorized with a grey cap and tan shoes. He carried nothing. It was the morning of June 8, 1927, when the Chandler family picked up the well-dressed man in ...
A.E. Dawson and The Canadian Problem by Leslie Y. Dawson
Insurance salesman. Farm hand. Bay Street elite. Writer. Grandfather. International criminal. A.E. Dawson was all these things--and more. Part family memoir, part criminal history and part adventure story, Swindler journeys from the bucolic ...
The Unfiltered Memoir of a Cop by Rob G. Rothwell
“That was it. That was the moment I knew I wanted to be a cop.” When Rob Rothwell is a naïve, directionless eighteen-year-old, he gets invited on a ride-along with a young cop…and the wild night that ensues sends him hurtling into a ...
The Missing Strad
The Story of the World's Greatest Violin Forgery by Gerald Gaul
Pay attention to that violin you used in high school. Look closely at the next violin you see at a garage sale. It might be worth millions of dollars. The greatest violin ever made is not in a museum. It might be in your violin case because it was ...
A Viable Suspect
The Story of multiple murders and how a police force's reach proved too short for Canada's most notorious cold case. by Barry Ruhl
For more than 30 years, retired Ontario Provincial Police Sergeant Barry Ruhl has believed that a criminal with whom he had a violent encounter early in his career might be responsible for a string of unsolved murders of young women in Ontario, ...
A Question of Intent
Child Abuse and the Justice System by Helen Webster
A Question Of Intent is the true story of a little girl’s dismal life and the events that followed her tragic death. The author had access to the transcripts of the Preliminary Inquiry and the subsequent Trial and Appeals, and many related ...