Rabia Chaudry, a friend and supporter of Syed, always believed he was innocent.
This book goes beyond what they covered in the podcast. This is the story of NecroSearch International. NecroSearch is a group of scientists and forensic specialists who assist law enforcement find clandestine graves and other key forensic evidence. In No Stone Unturned , we learn how NecroSearch came to be, how they used pigs as surrogate bodies to study graves, and about many of the cases they have been involved in. You get to go behind the scenes of forensic investigation, their techniques, and how they perfected them.
In , Detective Ron Stallworth went undercover. In his hometown of Colorado Springs, the Klu Klux Klan was getting bigger and he was going to be investigating them. While undercover, he became a member, and eventually the leader of their chapter. The kicker? Stallworth is a Black man.
In Black Klansman , Stallworth recalls his time undercover, the politics of his job, and all the challenges he faced. This is a story of corruption, lies, intrigue, and murder. The authors detail this drama and international scandal by investigating all that Bo Xilai and his family and supporters were involved in, including the murder of a British businessman.
When Holmes was a bright student at Stanford, she came up with an idea to revolutionize the way that blood is tested and treatment is delivered.
She dropped out of Stanford to begin her startup. Backed by many prominent investors, Holmes raised millions of dollars to begin. While fundraising and selling shares, the company was at one point valued at 9 billion dollars. And Holmes? The problem?
Bad Blood tells a story of ambition, scandal, and fraud. Michelle McNamara was an incredible true crime writer with a large following on her website, TrueCrimeDiary. Her passion was investigating unsolved crimes.
This serial rapist and murderer raped over 50 women and killed 12 people more than 40 years ago. When this book was published, he was still at large.
Two months after the publication of this book, he was arrested. We follow her as she pours over evidence, police reports, leads, and everything in between. This is a must read listen? When it comes to true crime and interest in serial killers, the ones that we think of and talk about are all men—Bundy, Gacy, Ramirez, etc.
Some people even seem to think that serial killers are mostly, if not exclusively, men and white men at that. This singular work of narrative journalism reads like fiction, so intimate is its access to the emotional and erotic lives of the women contained therein. Goldberg shares stories of the heinous abuses her clients have suffered, classifying offenders into four groups: assholes, psychos, pervs, and trolls.
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At the same time, she warns of an impending crisis, and stresses the dire need for a legal framework to transform the internet from a lawless Wild West into a safer space with clearer consequences. In telling these wrenching stories, Goldberg gives voice to the legions who have experienced unthinkable violence.
And so began a project that consumed her for the next several years--uncovering the true story behind how the FBI ultimately caught Israel Keyes, and trying to understand what it means for a killer like Keyes to exist. Could he come over and visit my apartment? March 20, Just about to start child of Satan tonight which I chose from your list. Ted Bundy. I think for myself, I understood the entire time that the situation was wrong and inappropriate. The torture goes on for years.
Through four case studies, Monroe explores why women in particular are drawn to the grotesque celebrity of true crime, and what those violent delights say about our culture. Kantor and Twohey even-handedly assess the impact of the MeToo movement thus far while also turning a perceptive, hopeful eye on the way forward. The acclaimed essayist returns to her signature cocktail of memoir, journalism, and cultural criticism in this dazzling collection about the outer reaches of human connection.
Jamison reports on surprising subjects, such as lonely whales and break-up museums, while also turning her eye inward for a poignant meditation on her own experiences of marriage, giving birth, and becoming a stepmother. Acute in her analysis and nourishing in her observations, Jamison is at the height of her powers here as she investigates what we owe one another.
In this singular, gutting memoir, perhaps the most important book of the season, Vanasco interviews her own rapist. Fourteen years later, Vanasco and the high school friend who raped her struggle together through the landmines of a harrowing conversation about consent, betrayal, and rehabilitation. This book lives masterfully in the messy, liminal space between punishment and forgiveness, asking us to consider the path forward from the unthinkable.
With her signature wit, brio, and laser-like clarity of vision, one of our foremost thinkers on gender unveils her unifying theory of America: that our steady diet of pop culture created by and for embittered, entitled white men has stoked our sociopolitical moment. With sparkling wit and razor-sharp cultural criticism, Plank investigates toxic masculinity and the threat it poses not just to women, children, and society, but to the emotional wellbeing of men themselves.
In this collection of essays, readers are treated to the full buffet of all that Nussbaum can do, from deep dives into specific shows to adventurous, high-minded essays about what television can do and be in the era of peak TV. In prose at once scholarly and user-friendly, McCulloch unpacks the evolution of language in the digital age, providing a comprehensive survey of everything from the secret language of emojis to the appeal of animal memes.
In this haunting debut memoir, Madden excavates her coming of age as a queer, biracial teenager in an affluent Florida community wracked by addiction and abuse. From a leading expert on unconscious racial bias comes this timely, exhaustive investigation of how bias infiltrates every sector of public and private life, from the boardroom to the courtroom to the classroom.
Eberhardt offers tips for reforming business practices, police departments, and day-to-day interactions in pursuit of a fairer world for everyone. The veteran biographer returns not with another doorstopper biography, but instead with a master class in writing and researching nonfiction.