True crime books may be written by journalists, lawyers, law enforcement professionals, literary writers, or historians. Not every style will appeal to every reader - these are just a few examples of well-regarded and award-winning true crime titles.
This book tells the story of Anders Breivik and the horrific killing spree he undertook in Norway. It provides an in-depth look at both the perpetrator and a selection of his victims, as well as a disturbingly thorough look at the actual man hunt Breivik executed.
Former LAPD sergeant Wambaugh tells the story of the 1963 kidnapping of two LAPD officers during a traffic stop, and the execution of one of them in an onion field outside Bakersfield.