Ashton-Wolfe, Harry.  The thrill of evil.  Boston;  New York:  Houghton Mifflin company, 1930.  298p.  Crime and criminals.

Bailey, Guy.  The fatal chance:  twelve cases from the notebook of a crime pathologist.  Foreword by Edgar Lustgarten.  London:  P. Davies, 1969.  174p.

Balchin, Nigel (1908-1970), et al.  Fatal fascination:  a choice of crime.  Boston:  Little, Brown, 1964.  200p.  London:  Arrow, 1968.  192p.  Crime & murder.

Block, Eugene B.  The fabric of guilt; true stories of criminals caught in a net of circumstantial evidence.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday, 1968.  215p.  Murder.

Bolitho, William (1890-1930).  Murder for profit.  Garden City, NY:  Garden City publishing company, 1928.  332p.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday, 1961.  Marlboro, VT:  Marlboro Press, 1982.  332p.  The science of William Burke;  The imperialism of J. B. Troppmann;  The self-help of G. J. Smith;  The poetry of Desiré Landru;  The philanthropy of Fritz Haarmann.

Boswell, Charles, & Lewis Thompson.  Advocates of murder.  New York, Collier Books, 1962.  189p.

Boswell, Charles, & Lewis Thompson.  Business of murder:  ten true stories.  New York:  Collier Books, 1963.  221p.

Boswell, Charles, & Lewis Thompson.  Curriculum of murder:  10 stories of students and teachers who abandoned their studies to commit murder.  New York:  Collier Books, 1962.  160p.

Boucher, Anthony (1911-1968), ed.  The quality of murder; three hundred years of true crime.  Compiled by members of the Mystery Writers of America.  New York:  Dutton, 1962.  254p.

Boucher, Anthony (1911-1968).  The pocket book of true crime stories.  New York:  Books, Inc.:  distributed by Pocket Books Inc., 1943.  302p.

Boucher, Anthony (1911-1968, pseud), ed.  The quality of murder; three hundred years of true crime.  Compiled by members of the Mystery Writers of America.  New York:  Dutton, 1962.  254p.

Bromberg, Walter.  The mold of murder:  a psychiatric study of homicide.  New York:  Grune & Stratton, 1961.  230p.

Brophy, John (1899-1965).  The meaning of murder.  London:  Whiting & Wheaton, 1966;  New York:  Crowell, 1967.  279p.

Brown, Wenzell.  Women who died in the chair, the dramatic true stories of six women who committed the deadliest sin.  New York:  Collier Books, 1958.  183p.

Cameron, Deborah, & Elizabeth Frazer.  The lust to kill:  a feminist investigation of sexual murder.  New York:  New York University Press, 1987.  206p.

Conrad, Bonnie Hunt.  When a child has been murdered:  ways you can help the grieving parents.  Amityville, NY:  Baywood Pub., 1998.  152p.

Corder, Eric, ed.  Murder, my love:  the great crimes of passion.  Chicago:  Playboy Press, 1973.  288p. 

Cuppy, William Jacob, ed.  Murder without tears:  an anthology of crime.  New York:  Sheridan house, 1946.  561p.

De Beck, William L.  Murder will out. The first step in crime leads to the gallows. The horrors of the Queen city ... By an old citizen.  Cincinnati:  [n.p.] 1867.  128p.

Deacon, Richard.  The Red Barn mystery:  some new evidence on an old murder.  South Brunswick, NJ:  A. S. Barnes, 1967.  206p.

Dearden, Harold.  Aspects of murder.  London;  New York:  Staples Press, 1951.  202p.  Reprint of the 1936 ed. published by Hutchinson, London.

Dearden, Harold.  The mind of the murderer.  London:  G. Bles, 1930.  288p.  Murder & criminal anthropology.

Dickson, Grierson.  Murder by numbers.  London:  R. Hale, 1958.  224p.

Dilnot, George (1883-1951).  Rogues' march.  London:  G. Bles, 1934.  240p.  Crime & murder.

Dolan, Robert W.  Serial murder.  Philadelphia, PA:  Chelsea House Publishers, 1997.  Psychology & investigation.

Douthwaite, Louis Charles.  Mass murder.  Foreword by George Dilnot.  New York:  H. Holt and Company, 1929.  313p.

Dunning, John.  The Arbor House treasury of true crime.  New York:  Arbor House, 1981.  476p.

Falk, Gerhard, & Clifford Falk.  Murder, an analysis of its forms, conditions, and causes.  Jefferson, NC:  McFarland, 1990.  277p.

Fanning, Peter.  Great crimes of the West.  San Francisco:  Ed. Barry co., 1929.  292p.

Feibleman, James Kern.  The destroyers:  the underside of human nature.  New York:  P. Lang, 1987.  187p.

Franklin, Charles (1909-1976).  The world's worst murderers; exciting and authentic accounts of the great classics of murder.  New York:  Taplinger Pub. Co., 1965.  320p.

Gaddis, Thomas E., & James O. Long.  Killer:  a journal of murder.  New York:  Macmillan, 1970.  388p.  With excerpts from Carl Panzram's (1891-1930) autobiography. 

Green, Edward.  The intent to kill:  making sense of murder.  Baltimore:  Clevedon Books, 1993.  337p.

Gribble, Leonard Reginald.  Adventures in murder undertaken by some notorious killers in love.  London;  New York:  J. Long, 1954.  192p.

Gribble, Leonard Reginald.  Murders most strange.  London:  J. Long, 1959.  196p.

Gribble, Leonard Reginald.  Such women are deadly.  London:  J. Long, 1965.  New York:  Arco, 1967.  176p.

Gribble, Leonard Reginald.  They had a way with women.  New York:  Roy Publishers, 1967.  183p.  Murder.

Gribble, Leonard Reginald.  When killers err.  London:  J. Long, 1962.  190p.

Guttmacher, Manfred Schanfarber.  The mind of the murderer. New York:  Farrar, Straus, and Cudahy, 1960.  Freeport, NY:  Books for Libraries Press, 1973.  244p.

Haines, Max.  Murders strange but true.  Toronto:  Viking, 1997.  290p.

Harlow, Alvin Fay (1875-1963).  Murders not quite solved.  New York:  J. Messner, 1938.  368p.

Harrison, Maureen, & Steve Gilbert, eds.  The murder reference:  everything you never wanted to know about murder in America.  San Diego, CA:  Excellent Books, 1996.  307p.  Laws, stats, chronology.

Hirsch, Richard.  Crimes that shook the world.  Freeport, NY:  Books for Libraries Press, 1971 & 1949.  224p.  Crime & murder.

Hodgman, Ann.  True tiny tales of terror.  Collages by Derek Pell.  New York, NY:  Putnam, 1982.  96p.

Holbrook, Stewart Hall (1893-1964).  Murder out yonder; an informal study of certain classic crimes in back-country America.  New York:  The Macmillan company, 1941.  255p.

Houts, Marshall.  They asked for death.  New York:  Cowles, 1970.  241p.

Huebsch, Daniel Adolph.  The murder complex:  a psychoanalytic study.  Cleveland:  [n.p.] 1927.  95p.

Humphreys, Christmas.  Seven murderers.  London:  Heinemann ltd., 1931.  292p.

Hyde, Margaret Oldroyd.  Missing and murdered children.  New York:  F. Watts, 1998.  112p.

Hynd, Alan.  Murder.  New York:  Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1952.  246p.  Twelve true crime stories.

Jacobs, Thomas Curtis Hicks (1899-1976).  Aspects of murder.  London;  New York:  S. Paul, 1956.  224p.

Jacobs, Thomas Curtis Hicks (1899-1976).  Cavalcade of murder.  London;  New York:  S. Paul, 1955.  223p.

Jacobs, Thomas Curtis Hicks (1899-1976).  Pageant of murder.  London;  New York:  S. Paul, 1956.  223p.

Jerath, Bal K., & Rajinder Jerath.  Homicide:  a bibliography.  Boca Raton, FL:  CRC Press, 1993.  Homicide & a bibliography of over 4,500 items.  788p.

Jesse, Fryniwyd Tennyson (1888-1958).  Murder & its motives.  London:  W. Heinemann, 1924.  258p.  London:  G. G. Harrap, 1952.  222p.

Jones, Richard Glyn, ed.  Unsolved!:  classic true murder cases.  New York:  P. Bedrick Books, 1987.  286p.

Kessler, William Frederic, & Paul B. Weston.  The detection of murder.  New York:  Greenberg, 1953.  239p.

Kobler, John.  Some like it gory:  a post-graduate course in the art of murder.  New York:  Dodd, Mead, 1940.  329p.

Kutash, Irwin L., Samuel B. Kutash & Louis B. Schlesinger, et al.  Violence, perspectives on murder and aggression.  Foreword by Alexander Wolf.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1978.  574p.

Lane, Brian.  The investigation of murder.  Illustrated by Rob Shone & Virginia Gray.  Brookfield, CT:  Cooper Beech Books, 1996.  32p.

Lassieur, Allison.  Serial killers.  San Diego, CA:  Lucent Books, 2000.  Lives of 7 killers:  H. H. Holmes, Albert Fish, Ed Gein, Andrei Chikatilo, John Wayne Gacy, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, and the Zodiac killer.

Lawes, Lewis Edward (1883-1947).  Meet the murderer!  New York:  Harper, 1940.  339p.

Lester, David, & Gene Lester.  Crime of passion:  murder and the murderer.  Chicago:  Nelson Hall, 1975.  306p.

Liebermann von Sonnenberg, Erich, & Otto Trettin.  Continental crimes.  Foreword by George Dilnot.  London:  G. Bles, 1935.  266p.  Translated by Winifred Ray from Kriminalfälle von E. Liebermann v. Sonnenberg.

Lindsay, Philip.  The mainspring of murder.  London:  J. Long, 1958.  208p.

Lipsig, Frances.  Murder--family style.  New York:  Collier Books, 1962.  188p.

LoCicero, T. V.  Murder in the synagogue.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1970.  381p.

Logan, Guy B. H.  Rope, knife and chain; Studies of English, French, and American crimes.  London:  Stanley Paul, 1930.  280p.  Crime & murder.

Lord, Janice Harris.  No time for goodbyes:  coping with sorrow, anger, and injustice after a tragic death.  4th ed.  Ventura, CA:  Pathfinder Pub. of CA, 1991.  177p.

Lunde, Donald T.  Murder and madness.  Stanford, CA:  Stanford Alumni Association, 1975.  134p.

Lustgarten, Edgar (1907-1978).  Verdict in dispute.  London:  New York, A. Wingate, 1949.  New York:  Scribner, 1950.  253p.

Lytton, Edward Bulwer Lytton, Baron, (1803-1873), & Douglas William Jerrold (1803-1857).  The Arts of cheating, swindling and murder.  Introduction by Jesse Lee Bennett and silhouette portraits by Theodore Bolton.  New York:  The Arnold Company, 1925.  153p.

Macdonald, John Marshall, et al.  The murderer and his victim.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1961.  420p.  1986, 328p.

Margolis, Jeffrey A.  Everything you need to know about teens who kill.  New York:  Rosen Pub. Group, 2000.  64p.

Marten, Manuel Edward.  The doctor looks at murder.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday, Doran, 1937.  New York:  Blue ribbon books, 1940.  325p.  The story of the Office of the chief medical examiner of New York, its history, organization and operation. 

May, Luke S.  Scientific murder investigation. Seattle, WA:  Institute of scientific criminology, 1933.  96p.

Middendorff, Wolf.  Kriminologie der Tötungsdelikte. Stuttgart:  Boorberg, 1984.  175p.  Crime & murder.

Morland, Nigel.  Hangman's clutch.  London:  W. Laurie, 1954.  239p.  Crime & murderers

Morland, Nigel.  Pattern of murder.  London:  Elek, 1966.  165p.

Morris, Albert.  Homicide:  an approach to the problem of crime.  Boston:  Boston University Press, 1955.  28p.

Mowat, Ronald Rae.  Morbid jealousy and murder:  a psychiatric study of morbidly jealous murderers at Broadmoor.  London:  Tavistock, 1966.  131p.

Neustatter, Walter Lindesay.  The mind of the murderer.  Foreword by Lord Pakenham of Cowley.  London:  C. Johnson;  New York:  Philosophical Library, 1957.  232p.

Neustatter, Walter Lindesay.  The mind of the murderer.  Foreword by Lord Pakenham of Cowley.  London:  C. Johnson, 1957.  New York:  Philosophical Library, 1957.  232p.

O'Donnell, Bernard.  The world's strangest murders.  London:  Muller, 1957.  223p.

Parker, Ellis.  The cunning mulatto and other cases of Ellis Parker, American detective, told by Fletcher Pratt (1897-1956).  New York:  H. Smith and R. Haas, 1935.  295p.

Pearson, Edmund Lester (1880-1937).  Instigation of the devil.  New York;  London:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930.  357p.  Accounts of twenty or thirty murders and other odd occurrences. 

Pearson, Edmund Lester (1880-1937).  Murder at Smutty Nose:  and other murders. Garden City, NY:  Doubleday, Page, 1926;   London:  William Heinemann imited, 1927.  330p.

Quinby, Ione.  Murder for love.  New York:  Covici, Friede, 1931.  324p.

Ralston, Robert (1863-1916).  The delay in the execution of murderers; a paper with appendices and a tabular statement read by Robert Ralston ... at the seventeenth annual convention, Bedford Springs, Pa., June 28, 1911.  Philadelphia:  Printed by the Pennsylvania Bar Association, 1911.  40p.

Raven, Alice.  The psychology of the murderer.  A lecture delivered under the auspices of the "X" Society at the Essex hall, London, Wednesday evening, October 28, 1931.  London:  Golden Vista Press, 1931.  32p.

Reik, Theodor (1888-1969).  The unknown murderer.  Translated from the German by Katherine Jones.  London:  L. & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, and the Institute of Psycho-analysis, 1936.  260p.

Reinhardt, James Melvin.  Nothing left but murder.  Lincoln, NE:  Johnsen Pub., 1970.  221p.

Roughead, William (1870-1952).  Malice domestic.  Edinburgh:  W. Green & son, limited, 1928.  309p.  Garden City, NY: for the Crime Club by Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1929.  285p.  Murder in home.

Roughead, William (1870-1952).  The art of murder.  Foreword by Joseph Henry Jackson.  New York:  Sheridan house, 1943.  309p.

Roughead, William (1870-1952).  The rebel earl, and other studies.  With ten illustrations.  Edinburgh:  W. Green & son, limited, 1926.  310p.

Sanders, Bruce.  Murder behind the bright lights.  London:  H. Jenkins, 1958.  192p.

Sanders, Bruce.  Murder in big cities.  New York:  Roy Publishers, 1962.  190p.

Sanders, Bruce.  The telltale corpus delicti.  South Brunswick, NJ:  A. S. Barnes, 1968.  192p.  Published in London in 1966 under title:  They couldn't lose the body.  Several murder cases.

Sanders, Bruce.  They caught these killers.  London:  Jenkins, 1968.  New York:  Roy Publishers, 1969.  199p.

Sanders, Bruce.  They couldn't lose the body.  London:  Jenkins, 1966.  192p.

Sandoe, James, e.d.  Murder, plain & fanciful, with some milder malefactions, written by divers hands.  New York:  Sheridan House, 1948.  628p.

Silverstein, Herma.  Kids who kill.  New York:  Twenty-First Century Books, 1997.  128p.

Sparrow, Gerald.  Murder parade.  London:  R. Hale, 1957.  New York:  Roy Publishers, 1967.  190p.

Sparrow, Gerald.  Women who murder.  London:  Barker, 1970.  164p.

Sutherland, Sidney, & Lucy Freeman..  Ten real murder mysteries. New York and London:  G. P. Putnam's, 1929.  347p.  Tanay, Emanuel.  The murderers.  Indianapolis:  Bobbs-Merrill, 1976.  169p.

Tanay, Emanuel, & Lucy Freeman.  The murderers.  Indianapolis:  Bobbs-Merrill, 1976.  169p.  Murder & criminal psychology.

Thacher, George A.  Why some men kill; or, Murder mysteries revealed.  Portland, OR:  1919.  121p.

Wertham, Frederic (1895-1981).  The show of violence.  London:  Gollancz, 1949.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday, 1949.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1969.  279p.  Murder. 

West, Donald James.  Murder followed by suicide; an inquiry carried out for the Institute of Criminology.  Cambridge:  D. J. West.  Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1966.  181p.

Williams, Brad.  Flight 967.  New York:  W. Morrow, 1963.  192p.

Wilson, Colin.  A casebook of murder.  London:  Leslie Frewin Publishers Ltd., 1969.  New York:  Cowles Book Co., 1969.  288p.

Wolfgang, Marvin E., & Franco Ferracuti.  The subculture of violence:  towards an integrated theory in criminology.  Translated Il comportamento violento from the Italian.  London:  Tavistock Publications, 1967.  Beverly Hills:  Sage Publications, 1982.  387p.

Wolfgang, Marvin E., ed.  Studies in homicide.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1967.  323p.

Wright, Donald Delano.  To die is not enough:  a true account of murder and retribution.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1974.  238p.