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Skidoo (Original photograph from the 1968 film)

Skidoo (Original photograph from the 1968 film)

by Preminger, Otto (director, producer); Doran William Cannon (screenwriter); Jackie Gleason, Michael Constantine, Carol Channing (starring)

Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1968. Vintage black-and-white studio still photograph from the 1968 film. 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine. Complete collation details available on request.
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$15.00
The Little Giant [Little Giant] (Still photograph from the 1933 film)

The Little Giant [Little Giant] (Still photograph from the 1933 film)

by Del Ruth, Roy (director); Robert Lord (screenwriter); Edward G. Robinson, Mary Astor (starring)

Burbank, CA: First National Pictures / Warner Brothers, 1933. Collection of 1 vintage black-and-white still photograph from the US release of the 1933 film. With a typewritten tag affixed to the verso, as issued. Prohibition is ending so bootlegger Bugs Ahearn decides to crack California society. He leases a house from down-on-her-luck Ruth and hires her as social secretary. He rescues Polly Cass from a horsefall and goes home to meet her dad who sells him some phony stock certificates. When he learns... Read more
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$75.00
Pretty Boy

Pretty Boy

by Roy Shaw with Kate Kray

London, UK: Blake Publishing. New in New dust jacket. 1999. 1st Edition; 4th Printing. Hardcover. 1857823613 . Unread, unmarked. 16 pages of b&w photographs from Shaw's own collection. The true story of the meanest man in England. This book was # 1 for three weeks on the Sunday London Times' Best-Selling List and Top Ten for three months. An incredible "rags to riches" story of one of England's most hardened criminals who became a success using his fists and his internal... Read more
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$7.50
Finders Keepers  Story Of A Man Who Found $1 Million

Finders Keepers Story Of A Man Who Found $1 Million

by Bowden, Mark

Atlantic Monthly Press. Very Good. 2002. Hardcover. 087113859X . Black hardcovers in Fine condition, tightly bound and unmarked with light bumping to the bottom spine end. The DJ is unclipped and in Near Fine condition. "Bowden recounts a mystery that captivated the city of Philadelphia when $1 million went missing. "Finders Keepers" is the remarkable tale of an ordinary man faced with an extraordinary moral dilemma, and the fascinating reactions of the friends and neighbors to whom... Read more
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CA$15.95
MARCHING POWDER The True Story of an English Drug-Smuggler ....

MARCHING POWDER The True Story of an English Drug-Smuggler ....

by Young, Rusty

Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd. Very Good. 2003. First Edition. Softcover. 028307373x . Pages clean and intact, with no markings, b/w photos. Cover has light edge/corner wear, creasing to spine and a couple small spots outer edge of pages. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 320 pages; "Marching Powder is the story of Thomas McFadden, a small-time English drug smuggler who was arrested in Bolivia and thrown inside the notorious San Pedro prison. He found himself in a bizarre world, the prison reflecting... Read more
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$11.50
Cosa Nostra A History of the Sicilian Mafia

Cosa Nostra A History of the Sicilian Mafia

by John Dickie

-: Vintage Books, 2004. Paperback. Good. -. Synopsis:- Cosa Nostra is the compelling story of the Sicilian mafia, the world`s most famous, most secretive and most misunderstood criminal fraternity The mafia has been given many names since it was founded one hundred and forty years ago: the Sect, the Brotherhood, the Honoured Society, and now Cosa Nostra Yet as times have changed, the mafia`s subtle and bloody methods have remained the same Now, for the first time, Cosa Nostra reconstructs the complete... Read more
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£4.80
The Village Policeman

The Village Policeman

by Niall, Ian

London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1971. Based on the papers of a real life Welsh village policeman - PC Arthur Howell Williams, it tells the story of the life of the village policeman in the first four decades of the twentieth century - from catching burglars and pick-pockets in Manchester to outwitting sheep-stealers in one Welsh hill-town. A very good clean hardback in dustwrapper which has faded spine. 181 pages. Prompt dispatch.. First Edition. Hard Back. Near Fine/Very Good. 8vo - over... Read more
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£12.00
The True Confessions of an Albino Terrorist

The True Confessions of an Albino Terrorist

by Breytenbach Breyten

Fine in Fine jacket 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 396 pages .bx2
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$11.80
How Charles Bravo Died : The Chronicle Of A Cause Celebre

How Charles Bravo Died : The Chronicle Of A Cause Celebre

by Bridges, Yseult

London: The Reprint Society, 1957. Throws light on the baffling and poignant mystery. Clean, square hardback319 pages including index. Next post dispatch.. Book Club. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
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£8.50
Blotted 'Scutcheons - Some Society Causes Celebres

Blotted 'Scutcheons - Some Society Causes Celebres

by Wyndham, Horace

London: Hutchinson & Co Some famous causes celebres including the cases of Richard Belt, William Chetwynd, Sir Charles Dilke, The Rev. Dr. Dodd, The Earl of Euton, Viscount Garmoyle, Rev. James Hackman, Captain Knatchbull, Captain Montgomery, The Hon. Mrs. Norton, Madame Rachel and George Victor Townley. Square, tight hardback with slightly faded spine. Foxing to page edges though text block is generally clean. 284 pages + index & adverts. Illustrated with 8 b/w plates.. Hard Cover. Good/No... Read more
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£15.00
The Kelly Gang

The Kelly Gang

by Keesing, Nancy (ed)

Sydney: Ure Smith, 1975. First edition. hardcover. nrfine/vg-/not price clipped. Illustrators: Nolan, Sidney et al. Ned Kelly's bushranger gang, generously illustrated history, 64 pp, covers have shelfwear, dj has 2 small tears, clean & square
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AU$25.00
HISTORY OF BRITISH SERIAL KILLING How Britain's Most Famous Serial Killers  Were Identified, Caught and Convicted

HISTORY OF BRITISH SERIAL KILLING How Britain's Most Famous Serial Killers Were Identified, Caught and Convicted

by Martin Fido

U. K.: Carlton Books. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 2001. First Edition. Hardcover. 0756763258 . Carlton Books, U. K. 2001 edition. Ex-library book, but still in good condition - laminated cover and usual ex-lib type markings. Interior pages are clean and tight, light soiling to outer edge of pages. Cover has some scuffing and light wear to edges/corners. How Britain's most famous serial killers were identified, caught and convicted. [640] ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 224 pages .
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$13.50
Cop to Call Girl

Cop to Call Girl

by Almodovar, Norma Jean

New York, N. Y., U. S. A.: Avon Books, 1994. Paperback. Very Good +. Very Good. No DJ Issued A former Los Angeles cop recounts her disgust at the extensive corruption she witnessed within the department, her decision to become a high-society prostitute, and the lengths to which the LAPD went to prevent her book.
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$4.00
Dangerous Mission (Two original photographs from the 1954 film)

Dangerous Mission (Two original photographs from the 1954 film)

by King, Louis (director); Horace McCoy, W. R. Burnett, Charles Bennett (screenwriters); Victor Mature, Piper Laurie, William Bendix, Vincent Price (starring)

Hollywood: RKO Radio Pictures, 1954. Two vintage full-color still photographs from the 1954 UK release of the 1954 US film. Written for the screen by Horace McCoy and W. R. Burnett, with the help of Charles Bennett (a Hitchcock favorite), about a mob killing and a witness, young Louise Graham, who flees to Montana too afraid to testify. Two men become very interested in Louise and both vie for her attention, but she is unaware that one is a mob hitman, and the other a cop sent to protect her. A... Read more
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$40.00
The Complete Jack the Ripper (SIGNED COPY)

The Complete Jack the Ripper (SIGNED COPY)

by Rumbelow, Donald

London: Penguin Books, 1988. The former City of London Police officer, crime historian, and ex-curator of the City of London Police's Crime Museum shares his complete case-book on the theories, facts and conclusions of the Whitechapel murders. Clean, tight paperback which is SIGNED by the author to the half-title page with the inscription ''To Brian best wishes Donald Rumbleow 14 July 19?'' 310 pages including index. Prompt dispatch.. Signed by Author. First Penguin Edition. Soft... Read more
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£10.50
The Beloved Intruder (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

The Beloved Intruder (Original screenplay for an unproduced film)

by Cowan, Lester; Al Rogell (screenwriters)

N.p.: N.p., 1940. Treatment script for an unproduced film. A corrupt politician places one of his cronies in charge of a boy's home, where he intends to misuse funds in the home's budget. Unluckily for him the crony finds that he has much in common with the unruly boys he's been put in charge of. Tan wrappers. 12 leaves, carbon typescript on onionskin stock. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, side stitched.
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$125.00
Scared Silent - The Mildred Muhammad Story

Scared Silent - The Mildred Muhammad Story

by Muhammad, Mildred

New York: Strebor Books, 2009. Third printing. Paperback. Very Good. Trade paperback, 3rd printing, signed and inscribed by the author on the half-title page, "June 21, 2014 To Paula, Thank you for your support! Mildred D. Muhammad." A very good copy, clean, tight and unmarked with light wear at the edges and corners. 262 pp., reading guide, domestic violence resources and black and white photos at rear - unpaginated. The wife of John Muhammad, the D.C. Sniper, shares her tale of domestic... Read more
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$10.00
Knightsbridge: The Robbery of the Century

Knightsbridge: The Robbery of the Century

by Viccei, Valerio

London, United Kingdom: Blake Publishing. New. 1993. Mass Market Paperback. 1857820150 . New & unread. 266 pages plus 16 pages of b&w photographs. On a warm Sunday in July, 1987, 60 million British pounds in cash, jewelry, and cocaine were stolen from the Knightsbridge Safe Deposit Centre. Valerio Viccei, the young brilliant son of an Italian lawyer, and his gang performed the biggest robbery in history. The losers in this heist all appeared to be hugely wealthy, no one was hurt and many... Read more
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$19.99
I'd Rather Be Wanted Than Had - The Memoirs of an Unrepentant Bank Robber

I'd Rather Be Wanted Than Had - The Memoirs of an Unrepentant Bank Robber

by McArthur, Micky

Toronto: Stoddart Publishing Co. Limited, 1990. First edition. Hardcover. Good +. Gray hardcover 1st edition, lacking dustjacket. A good+ copy with light bumps to the upper corners of the boards and a bit of shelfwear to the spine tips. Interior is clean, tight and unmarked with some toning to the page edges. Remainder dot to the bottom of the text block. 243 pp., the true story of McArthur's life avoiding capture for his robbery.
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$17.50
The History of Organized Crime. The True Story and Secrets of Global Gangland

The History of Organized Crime. The True Story and Secrets of Global Gangland

by Southwell, David

Heatherton, Victoria: Hinkler Books. 2007. Quarto Size [approx 24cm x 30.5cm]. Fine condition in pictorial laminated boards. No DJ as issued. As new. Illustrated with Colour and Black & White Photographs. 224 pages . 1st Edition (Australia). Hardback.
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AU$18.00
Gangland How the FBI Broke the Mob

Gangland How the FBI Broke the Mob

by Blum, Howard

New York, NY: Simon & Schuster. Good in Good dust jacket. 1993. Later Printing; Sixth Printing. Hardcover. 0671687581 . Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 349 pages; Mylar Cover on dustjacket, Dust Jacket lightly rubbed. Book Tight, Text is clean no markings seen .
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$13.85
Brothers in Blood

Brothers in Blood

by Tim Brown & Paul Cheston

London, UK: Blake Publishing. New. 1994. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. 1857820967 . Unread, unmarked. Plus 8 pp of b/w photos. The shocking inside story of the murders of Elizabeth and Nicholas Newall, with shades of the Menendez Brothers. Brothers Rod and Mark celebrated their mother's birthday one evening and hours later, Rod had savagely murdered his mother and father and, with Mark helping scoop up dirt, buried their bodies in a remote valley on a tourist island. In this revealing... Read more
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$5.99
Parkhurst Tales 2

Parkhurst Tales 2

by Norman Parker

London, UK: Blake Publishing. New. 1999. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. 1857823176 . New, unread. Now an educated and respected writer, former inmate Norman Parker returns to the prison which has spawned many stories. .
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$5.99
Roll the Dice : A True Saga of Love, Money and Betrayal

Roll the Dice : A True Saga of Love, Money and Betrayal

by Guppy, Darius

London, United Kingdom: Blake Publishing. New in New dust jacket. 1996. Hardcover. 1857821599 . Unread, unblemished. A fascinating look at the inside of Britain's upper-class, smuggling and the world of high finance. Photos of Princess Diana not seen elsewhere. 310 pages plus 16 pages of mostly color photographs. Darius Guppy is a former playboy who hatched an outlandish scheme to defraud the famous Lloyd's of London for three million dollars, nearly got away with it, but got caught and... Read more
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$12.49
THE BLACK PANTHER STORY

THE BLACK PANTHER STORY

by Valentine, Steven

New English Library. Very Good. 1976. First Edition. Softcover. 0450030997 . Paperback 12mo (7" tall). Light wear to cover edges/corners, light scuffing, interior clean, feels tight and unread, age tanning to pages. B/w photos. 159 pages. The vicious shotgun killing of a Yorkshire sub-postmaster was the opening shot in the Black Panther's one-man war against society. His criminal career reached it's horrific crescendo when he was linked to the kidnapping of Lesley Whittle.....This is... Read more
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$7.00