- Always in Our Hearts, by Doug Most (1999)
- Looks at the lives of Amy Grossberg and Brian Peterson, the events surrounding Amy's pregnancy, and their decision to get rid of the baby.
- Baby Be Mine, by Diane Fanning (2006)
- Describes the brutal murder of twenty-three-year-old pregnant mother Bobbie Jo Stinnett, who had been strangled to death and had her baby cut from her womb, and the arrest of Elizabeth Montgomery, who had met the victim in an Internet chat room for dog breeders, for the killing.
- Blood Money, by Carlton Smith (1996)
- When a member of the wealthy Du Pont family murdered his houseguest, an Olympic athlete, the nation became aware of a deranged man whose money could no longer protect him.
- The BTK Murders, Carlton Smith (2006)
- A close-up look at the longest serial killing spree in Midwest history describes how Wichita was terrorized from 1974 to 1991 by an unknown assailant who proclaimed himself as "BTK"--"Bind, Torture, and Kill"-- a case that was not resolved until 2005, when police arrested Dennis Rader, a family man and church leader, who has been charged with ten murders.
- Blood Betrayal, by Sheila Johnson (2006)
- In 1995, Randy Headrick brutally killed his wife and mother-in-law to collect $325,000 in insurance money, in this shocking true story of a twisted psychopath who almost got away with murder.
- Crimson Stain, by Jim Fisher (2000)
- The shocking true story of an Amish murderer, Edward Gingerich, who slaughtered his wife while his two children watched.
- Death Sentence, by Jerry Bledsoe. (1998)
- Describes how, after her husband died of arsenic poisoning, Velma Barfield became the prime suspect in the case and was convicted of the crime, and how, during the investigation, it was discovered that she had struck before.
- The Devil's Right-Hand Man, by Stephen Michaud & Debbie Price. (2007)
- Describes how a bizarre letter from Robert Charles Browne, a man serving a life sentence for the killing of a young girl, sparked a trio of retired law enforcement officials to form a cold case squad that took on its own investigation into unsolved murders in six states in an effort to uncover the true story of a cold-blooded serial killer.
- Fatal Romance, by Lisa Pulitzer (2001)
- This is a true-life account of a marriage gone terribly wrong. Novelist Nancy Richards-Akers is stuck in an abusive marriage that ends in her execution-style murder and the suicide death of her estranged husband.
- Judgment Ridge, by Mitchell Zuckoff and Dick Lehr (2003)
- Traces the events surrounding the 2001 murder of two Dartmouth College professors by a pair of local honor-roll teens, discussing the complex and contradictory worldviews that contributed to the tragedy.
- Love Me to Death, by Linda Wolfe (1998)
- Presents an intimate portrait of the five women who were murdered by confessed serial killer Ricardo Caputo, offering an additional portrait of Caputo himself, whom the author believes may also have killed one of her closest friends.
- The Mother, the Son, and the Socialite, by Adrian Havill (1999)
- Provides a close-up look at a mother/son team -- Sante and Kenneth Kimes -- who were convicted and sentenced in the disappearance of Manhattan millionaire Irene Silverman and may be linked to a cross-country crime spree that may have included four other murders, and are facing capital charges in California.
- Murder at Morses Pond, by Linda Rosencrance (2004)
- Details the shocking account of Massachusetts physician Dirk Greineder who led a double life filled with phone sex, Internet porn, and prostitutes, and was responsible for the brutal murder of his wife of thirty-two years.
- Under the Knife, by Karen Roebuck (2007)
- A shocking account of attempted murder and degradation detailing the case of Dr. John Christ, a Houston plastic surgeon who performed multiple plastic surgeries on his wife to mold her into the perfect woman and who shot her in the face when she tried to leave him.