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5 Best Crime Books

Discover a thrilling collection of crime books, packed with suspense, mystery, and intrigue. Dive into captivating stories that will keep you on the edge of your seat.


I’ll Be Gone in the Dark

by Michelle McNamara

4.7 (16759 reviews)

What is I’ll Be Gone in the Dark about?

In this gripping true crime book, a determined woman delves into the chilling case of the Golden State Killer. Michelle McNamara's relentless pursuit to unmask the elusive serial rapist and murderer takes readers on a haunting journey through decades of unsolved crimes. With meticulous research and a personal touch, she weaves together the stories of victims, investigators, and her own obsession, creating a compelling narrative that will leave you on the edge of your seat.

Who should read I’ll Be Gone in the Dark

  • True crime enthusiasts seeking a gripping and meticulously researched account.

  • Fans of investigative journalism intrigued by the pursuit of justice.

  • Those interested in the psychology of a notorious serial killer.


The Gift of Fear

by Gavin de Becker

4.7 (9357 reviews)

What is The Gift of Fear about?

"The Gift of Fear" by Gavin de Becker is a compelling and insightful book that explores the instinctual signals of fear and how they can protect us from violence. Drawing from his extensive experience as a security expert, de Becker provides practical advice on how to recognize and trust these survival signals, empowering readers to enhance their personal safety and make informed decisions in potentially dangerous situations. This eye-opening book is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the power of intuition and self-preservation.

Who should read The Gift of Fear

  • Individuals seeking to enhance their personal safety and self-defense skills.

  • Parents and caregivers interested in understanding and preventing violence against children.

  • Professionals in law enforcement and security looking to improve threat assessment abilities.


Catch and Kill

by Ronan Farrow

4.6 (7667 reviews)

What is Catch and Kill about?

In this gripping exposé, a fearless investigative journalist uncovers a web of deceit, espionage, and corruption. Ronan Farrow unveils the shocking truth behind a conspiracy designed to shield powerful predators from justice. With relentless determination, he delves into the dark underbelly of the entertainment industry, revealing the harrowing stories of victims silenced and the lengths taken to protect the guilty. "Catch and Kill" is a chilling account that exposes the sinister forces at play in our society.

Who should read Catch and Kill

  • Journalists and media professionals seeking insights into investigative reporting.

  • Advocates for victims of sexual assault and harassment.

  • Individuals interested in exposing corruption and power dynamics.


Spy the Lie

by Phil Houston, Michael Floyd, and Susan Carnicero with Don Tennant

4.6 (3030 reviews)

What is Spy the Lie about?

In this insightful guide, three former CIA officers share their expertise on detecting deception. Drawing from their extensive experience in interrogations and interviews, the authors provide practical techniques and real-life examples to help readers uncover the truth. From analyzing verbal and nonverbal cues to understanding the psychology behind lying, this book equips readers with the skills to become effective lie detectors in various situations. Whether for personal or professional use, "Spy the Lie" is an essential resource for anyone seeking to unravel the mysteries of deception.

Who should read Spy the Lie

  • Individuals interested in learning techniques to identify deception accurately.

  • Professionals in law enforcement and intelligence seeking to enhance their skills in detecting lies.

  • Anyone curious about the psychology behind deception and its detection.


If You Tell

by Gregg Olsen

4.3 (76860 reviews)

What is If You Tell about?

"If You Tell" is a gripping true crime book that delves into the horrifying story of a family plagued by abuse, murder, and the power of secrets. Gregg Olsen masterfully unravels the tale of three sisters who endured unimaginable torment at the hands of their own mother and stepfather. This chilling account explores the unbreakable bond between siblings as they finally find the courage to confront their past and seek justice for the crimes committed against them.

Who should read If You Tell

  • True crime enthusiasts seeking a gripping tale of murder and family secrets.

  • Fans of suspenseful non-fiction books exploring the complexities of sisterhood.

  • Those interested in the psychological dynamics of dysfunctional families.