Top Selling in Law Enforcement

Mrs. Kennedy and Me: An Intimate Memoir

Clint Hill
The #1 New York Times bestselling memoir by Clint Hill that Kirkus Reviews called “clear and honest prose free from salaciousness and gossip,” Jackie Kennedy’s personal Secret Service ag

Dark Invasion: 1915: Germany's Secret War and the Hunt for the First Terrorist Cell in America

Howard Blum
What happens when German spies collaborate to unleash a campaign of terror upon America at the start of World War I?In the summer of 1914, New York Police Department captain Tom Tunney is pr

Pinkerton's Great Detective: The Amazing Life and Times of James McParland

Beau Riffenburgh
The story of the legendary Pinkerton detective who took down the Molly Maguires and the Wild Bunch The operatives of the Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency were renowned for their s

The Company We Keep: A Husband-and-Wife True-Life Spy Story

Robert Baer
Robert Baer was known inside the CIA as perhaps the best operative working the Middle East. Over several decades he served everywhere from Iraq to New Delhi and racked up such an impressive list of ac

True Blue: Police Stories by Those Who Have Lived Them

Randy Sutton
After September 11, 2001 Las Vegas Police Sergeant Randy Sutton began soliciting writing from law enforcement officers-his goal being to bridge the gap between the police and those they serve, with a

Eliot Ness: The Rise and Fall of an American Hero

Douglas Perry
The true story of Eliot Ness, the legendary lawman who led the Untouchables, took on Al Capone, and saved a city’s soul Eliot Ness is famous for leading the Untouchables against the no

Three Crooked Kings

Matthew Condon
Journalist and novelist Matthew Condon has crafted the definitive account--a searing story of greed, crime, and corruption--of an era that changed Queensland society; an impact that reverberates acros

A Cop's Life: True Stories from the Heart Behind the Badge

Randy Sutton
After September 11, 2001 Las Vegas Police Sergeant Randy Sutton began soliciting writing from law enforcement officers-his goal being to bridge the gap between the police and those they serve, with a

J. Edgar Hoover: The Man and the Secrets

Curt Gentry
"The cumulative effect is overwhelming. Eleanor Roosevelt was right: Hoover’s FBI was an American gestapo."—NewsweekShocking, grim, frightening, Curt Gentry’s masterful portrait of America’s to

Black Gun, Silver Star: The Life and Legend of Frontier Marshal Bass Reeves

Art T. Burton
Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves appears as one of ?eight notable Oklahomans,? the ?most feared U.S. marshal in the Indian country.? That Reeves was also an African American who had spent his early lif

I Am Troy Davis

Jen Marlowe
A riveting eyewitness account of the Davis family's courageous struggle against America's flawed criminal justice system.

Joe's Law: America's Toughest Sheriff Takes on Illegal Immigration, Drugs and Everything Else That Threatens America

Joe ARPAIO
Outspoken, no-nonsense, and eminently fascinating, Joseph M. Arpaio captured the public's imagination from his first day as sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, in 1992. He has become an icon, not onl

Black Mass: Whitey Bulger, the FBI, and a Devil's Deal

Dick Lehr
"Two boys--John Connolly, and James ""Whitey"" Bulger--grew up together on the streets of South Boston. Decades later, in the late 1970s, they would meet again. By then, Connolly was a major figure in

Dancing with the Devil: Confessions of an Undercover Agent

Louis Diaz
IN AMERICAN GANGSTER, THE FEDS TOOK DOWN INFAMOUS HEROIN DEALER FRANK LUCAS. BUT THE KINGPIN BEHIND LUCAS’S CRIMINAL REIGN, LEROY “NICKY” BARNES, REMAINED “MR. UNTOUCHABLE.” UNTIL ONE UNDERCOVE

Skating on Stilts: Why We Aren't Stopping Tomorrow's Terrorism

Stewart A. Baker
Stewart A. Baker examines the technologies we love–jet travel, computer networks, and biotech–and finds that they are likely to empower new forms of terrorism unless we change our current course

E-Man: Life in the NYPD Emergency Service Unit

Al Sheppard
"Al Sheppard was on the front lines of the most difficult job in police work. E-Men risk their lives every day in many different ways. They are great cops, and Al's memoir is right on the mark." -

Trooper Down!: Life and Death on the Highway Patrol

Marie Bartlett
It’s a trooper’s worst nightmare. What begins as a routine patrol suddenly turns violent when someone pulls a weapon. Moments later, the trooper is down—wounded or dead. Then, like a swarm of angry

Never Suck A Dead Man's Hand: Curious Adventures of a CSI

Dana Kollmann
Informative, witty...Kollmann delivers terse commentary and gory detail while puncturing common misconceptions about forensics. --Booklist Step past the flashing lights into the true sc

Vice: One Cop's Story of Patrolling America's Most Dangerous City

John R. Baker
9 square miles. 10,000 criminals. 130 cops. A riveting memoir by Baker, California’s most-decorated police officer Compton: the most violent and crime-ridden city in America. What

Special Agent Man: My Life in the FBI As a Terrorist Hunter, Helicopter Pilot, and Certified Sniper

Steve Moore
For decades, movies and television shows have portrayed FBI agents as fearless heroes leading glamorous lives, but this refreshingly original memoir strips away the fantasy and glamour and describes t

The Last Undercover: The True Story of an FBI Agent's Dangerous Dance with Evil

Bob Hamer
Bob Hamer is a 26-year veteran of the FBI. In undercover operations Hamer posed as everything from a drug dealer to an aging pedophile. His last undercover assignment-and his hardest-was infiltrating

They Called Him Wild Bill: The Life and Adventures of James Butler Hickok

Joseph G. Rosa
His contemporaries called him Wild Bill, and newspapermen and others made him a legend in his own time. Among western characters only General George Armstrong Custer and Buffalo Bill Cody are as re

The Vendetta: Special Agent Melvin Purvis, John Dillinger, and Hoover's FBI in the Age of Gangsters

Alston Purvis
In The Vendetta, author Alston Purvis recounts the story of his father, Melvin Purvis, the iconic G-man and public hero made famous by his remarkable sweep of the great Public Enemies of the Am

In the Mind of a Mountie

T. M. Scotty Gardiner
RCMP Superintendent "Scotty" Gardiner's captivating memoir reveals what truly goes on behind the scenes in local and international criminal and civil investigations - from solving small-town break-

Shards: A Young Vice Cop Investigates Her Darkest Case of Meth Addiction—Her Own

Allison Moore
I had told myself when I did that line that I would only try it once. . . . But when I started to come down, I couldn’t face being plunged into the icy cold water of my real life. I couldn’t bear to h

Fort Apache: New York's Most Violent Precinct

Tom Walker
OVER THIRTY YEARS AFTER its publication, Fort Apache: New York's Most Violent Precinct remains the definitive account of the vicious cycle of violence that has griped urban America over the past centu

John Ringo: King of the Cowboys : His Life and Times from the Hoo Doo War to Tombstone

David D. Johnson
Few names in the lore of western gunmen are as recognizable. Few lives of the most notorious are as little known. Romanticized and made legendary, John Ringo fought and killed for what he believed was

Sixty Miles of Border: An American Lawman Battles Drugs on the Mexican Border

Terry Kirkpatrick
The border between the United States and Mexico is a no-man’s land. Drugs, guns, and human beings are the cargo of choice in a multi-billion dollar illegal empire dominated by powerful cartels, mur

Alphaville: 1988, Crime, Punishment, and the Battle for New York City's Lower East Side

Michael Codella
A raw, gritty memoir—part true-life cop thriller, part unputdownable history of a storied time and place—that will grip you by the throat until the explosive endAlphabet City in 1988 burned

Bobby and J. Edgar: The Historic Face-off Between the Kennedys and J. Edgar Hoover That Transformed America

Burton Hersh
NOW WITH A NEW PREFACE In this riveting account of the explosive relationship between Robert F. Kennedy and J. Edgar Hoover, renowned journalist and author Burton Hersh sets their high

Murder on the Home Front: A True Story of Morgues, Murderers, and Mysteries during the London Blitz

Molly Lefebure
It is 1941. While the "war of chaos" rages in the skies above London, an unending fight against violence, murder and the criminal underworld continues on the streets below.One ordinary day, in

The Profiler: My Life Hunting Serial Killers and Psychopaths

Pat Brown
In 1990, a young woman was strangled on a jogging path near the home of Pat Brown and her family. Brown suspected the young man who was renting a room in her house, and quickly uncovered strong eviden

Brotherhood of Corruption: A Cop Breaks the Silence on Police Abuse, Brutality, and Racial Profiling

Juan Antonio Juarez
A former Chicago cop exposes shocking truths about the abuses of power within the city's police department in this memoir of violence, drugs, and men with badges. Juarez becomes a police officer becau

A Farewell to Justice: Jim Garrison, JFK's Assassination, and the Case That Should Have Changed History

Joan Mellen
Working with thousands of previously unreleased documents and drawing on more than one thousand interviews, with many witnesses speaking out for the first time, Joan Mellen revisits the inve

In the Shadow of a Badge: Memoir about Flight 93, a Field of Angels, and My Spiritual Homecoming

Lillie Leonardi
Former law enforcement professional Lillie Leonardi has always lived with her feet planted in two separate worlds--the metaphysical and the physical. In the Shadow of a Badge, her previously se

Death Wins in the Arctic: The Lost Winter Patrol of 1910

Kerry Karram
With prospectors, trappers, and whalers pouring into northwestern Canada, the North West Mounted Police were dispatched to the newest frontier to maintain patrols, protect indigenous peoples, and e

Captain J.A. Brooks: Texas Ranger

Paul N. Spellman
James Abijah Brooks (1855-1944) was one of the four Great Captains in Texas Ranger history, others including Bill McDonald, John Hughes, and John Rogers. Born and raised in Civil War-torn Kentucky, a

Police, Lies and Alibis: The True Story of a Front Line Officer

John Donoghue
 Discover what REALLY happens in the police.

Beat Cop to Top Cop: A Tale of Three Cities

John F. Timoney
Born in a rough-and-tumble neighborhood of Dublin, John F. Timoney moved to New York with his family in 1961. Not long after graduating from high school in the Bronx, he entered the New York City P

Policing in America: A Reference Handbook

Leonard A. Steverson
How Americans view police has varied dramatically through history. In 1856, New York police opposed wearing uniforms because they felt it represented a militaristic and nondemocratic type of organi

Written in Blood Volume 2: The History of Fort Worth's Fallen Lawmen 1910-1928

Richard F. Selcer
In 2010 Written in Blood: The History of Fort Worth's Fallen Lawmen, Volume 1, told the stories of thirteen Fort Worth law officers who died in the line of duty between 1861 and 1909. Now Ri

101 Road Patrol Tales: Memoirs Of A Chippie of the California Highway Patrol

E. W. Tompkins
Bringing to light an entertaining array of anecdotes, this collection of police stories recalls some of the strangest, funniest, and most poignant accounts from the freeways, highways, and country roa

Captain John R. Hughes, Lone Star Ranger

Chuck Parsons
Winner of the Best Book Award from the Wild West History Association, 2012 Winner of the Co-Founders Best Book Award from Westerners International, 2012. Captain John R. Hughes, L

No Easy Ride: Reflections on My Life in the RCMP

Ian Parsons
On July 3, 1961, Ian Parsons reported to RCMP Depot Division in Regina as a raw recruit. It was the beginning of a 33-year adventure that took him from Newfoundland to Vancouver Island and many poi

Master Detective: The Life and Crimes of Ellis Parker, America's Real-Life Sherlock Holmes: The Life and Crimes of Ellis Parker, America's Real-Life Sherlock Holmes

John Reisinger
"Fascinating reading for true-crime buffs and mystery fans alike." --Max Allan Collins Known as the greatest detective in the world, Ellis Parker was the "American Sherlock Holmes" who solved

Pidge, Texas Ranger

Chuck Parsons
Thomas C. (Pidge) Robinson came to Texas from Virginia at the age of 27, fleeing a feud with a neighbor who opposed Robinson’s amorous intentions toward the neighbor’s sister. He joined the Texas R

Rawhide Ranger, Ira Aten: Enforcing Law on the Texas Frontier

Bob Alexander
Winner of the Best Book Award from the Wild West History Association, 2012. Ira Aten (1862-1953) was the epitome of a frontier lawman. When as a youth he heard of the killing by Rangers of

Agent Bishop: True Stories from an FBI Agent Moonlighting As a Mormon Bishop

Mike McPheters
When Mike got his dream job as an FBI agent, he never thought he would also be called as an LDS bishopfour times! Follow Mike as he recalls his adventures as an FBI agent and inspiration as a bishop.

Texas Ranger John B. Jones and the Frontier Battalion, 1874-1881

Rick Miller
Winner of the Wild West History Association Best Book Award In 1874, the Texas legislature created the Frontier Battalion, the first formal, budgeted organization as an arm of state govern

Hit Me!: Fighting the Las Vegas Mob by the Numbers

Jay Bonansinga
Las Vegas, 1970s—a golden age of Glitter Gulch corruption. Dennis Gomes--the youngest division chief in Gaming Control Board history--whipped a ragtag group of auditors into hardened, gun-slinging inv

Sam Steele and the Northwest Rebellion: The Trail of 1885

Wayne F. Brown
In the spring of 1885, it appeared that war was about to set the Canadian West aflame. Louis Riel had established a Metis provisional government at Batoche, and the Cree, led by war chief Wandering

Is There a Supervisor in the Field?

H. R. Williamson
During his 20 years on the San Diego, CA / Tijuana, Mexico border, Supervisory Border Patrol Agent Randy Williamson participated in almost every activity the Border Patrol has. He was a backcountry Si

Bullets, Bombs and Fast Talk: Twenty-five Years of FBI War Stories

James Botting
A desperate gunman holds a planeload of innocent passengers hostage. A heavily armed cult leader refuses to leave his compound, threatening mass suicide by a hundred of his brainwashed followers. A ne

Until Proven Innocent: Could the real-life Kojak help save a man from the electric chair?

Arthur Jay Harris
The prosecutor was no longer sure both murder defendants were guilty. So he asked his dad -- the real-life Kojak. The Miami Herald:"[Brian]
Cavanagh called on his fath

Off the Street: One Detective's Quest for Justice

Christopher M. Baughman
I couldn't put it down, and neither will you.—John Lescoart, New York Times best-selling author of the Dismas Hardy Novels and The Hunt Club Off the Street is detective

Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know: Reflections of a Forensic Practitioner

Herschel Prins
A book by a leading exponent of work with mentally disordered offenders charting key events in a fifty year career, which will be of particular interest to criminal psychologists, psychiatrists, proba

Detectives Don't Wear Seat Belts: True Adventures of a Female

Cici McNair
Growing up in Mississippi, Cici McNair was always more the tomboy her mother supported than the Southern belle her father demanded. She escaped her suffocating upbringing the first chance she had to t

Wild Bill Hickok, Gunfighter: An Account of Hickok's Gunfights

Joseph G. Rosa
“James Butler Hickok, generally called ‘Wild Bill,’ epitomized the archetypal gunfighter, that half-man, half-myth that became the heir to the mystique of the duelist when that method of resolving

Bitter & Twisted Cops & Crooks:

Michael Kuzilny
 Michael Kuzilny is a successful Criminal Defence Lawyer,
Author, TV presenter.

A former policeman, Kuzilny has worked in the criminal
justice system for over 30 years.  He has
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