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HV6089 .D84 1996 [Info] Romantic Outlaws, Beloved Prisons: The Unconscious Meanings of Crime and Punishment (New York and London: New York University Press, c1996), by Martha Grace Duncan (HTML with commentary at NYU Press)
HV6105 .H4 [Info] Pathological Lying, Accusation, and Swindling: A Study in Forensic Psychology (Criminal Science Monograph #1; 1915), by William Healy and Mary Tenney Healy (Gutenberg text)
HV6201 .F2 [Info] FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, ed. by United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (partial serial archives)
HV6201 .I5 [Info] The Illustrated Police News (partial serial archives)
HV6211 .D8 [Info] The Borgias, by Alexandre Dumas (Gutenberg text)
HV6211 .D8 [Info] Celebrated Crimes, by Alexandre Dumas (Gutenberg text)
HV6211 .T6 [Info] The Terrific Register: or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences and Calamities (2 volumes; London: Sherwood, Jones, and Co.; Edinburgh: Hunter, 1825) (page images at HathiTrust)
HV6211 .T76 [Info] True Stories of Crime From the District Attorney's Office, by Arthur Train (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
HV6233 .H3 [Info] Four Famous Mysteries (London: Nisbet and Co., c1922), by John Hall (multiple formats at archive.org)
HV6245 .D84 1908 [Info] The Crimes of the Marquise de Brinvilliers, and Others (New York: Macmillan, 1908), by Alexandre Dumas, contrib. by R. S. Garnett (page images at HathiTrust)
HV6245 .I8 [Info] A Book of Remarkable Criminals, by H. B. Irving (HTML at Virginia)
HV6245 .M23 [Info] She Stands Accused, by Victor MacClure (HTML at Virginia)
HV6245 .W6 [Info] A Book of Scoundrels, by Charles Whibley
HV6245 .W72 [Info] Lives and Exploits of the Most Noted Highwaymen, Robbers, and Murderers, of All Nations: Drawn From the Most Authentic Sources and Brought Down to the Present Time (Hartford: E. Strong, 1836), by Charles Whitehead (page images at HathiTrust)
HV6248 .B33 P3 [Info] Fugitives: The Story of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker, As Told by Bonnie's Mother (Mrs. Emma Parker) and Clyde's Sister (Nell Barrow Cowan) (Dallas: Ranger Press, c1934), by Emma Krause Parker and Nell Barrow Cowan, ed. by Jan Fortune (page images at HathiTrust)
HV6248 .B4 W5 1812 [Info] The Substance of a Conversation With John Bellingham, the Assassin of the Late Right Hon. Spencer Perceval, on Sunday, May 17, 1812, the Day Previous to His Execution; Together With Some General Remarks (second edition; London: Printed for J. Hatchard, 1812), by Daniel Wilson (multiple formats at archive.org)
HV6248 .H34 [Info] The Life of David Haggart, alias John Wilson, alias John Morison, alias Barney M'Coul, alias John M'Colgan, alias Daniel O'Brien, alias the Switcher: Written by Himself, While Under Sentence of Death (second edition; Edinburgh: W. and C. Tait, 1821), by David Haggart, ed. by George Robertson, contrib. by George Combe (page images at HathiTrust)
HV6248 .J7 C6 [Info] Confession of John Joyce, Alias Davis, Who Was Executed on Monday, the 14th of March, 1808, For the Murder of Mrs. Sarah Cross; With an Address to the Public and People of Colour (Philadelphia: Printed for Bethel Church, 1808), by John Joyce and Peter Matthias (HTML and TEI at UNC)
HV6248 .S8 A3 1793 [Info] A Remarkable Narrative of Whiting Sweeting, Who Was Executed at Albany, in the State of New-York, for Murder (Exeter, NH: H. Ranlet, 1793), contrib. by Whiting Sweeting and William Carter (page images at Cornell)
HV6248 .S8 A3 1794 [Info] A Remarkable Narrative of Whiting Sweeting, Who Was Executed at Albany in the State of New York for Murder (second Exeter edition; Exeter, NH: H. Ranlet, 1794), contrib. by Whiting Sweeting and William Carter (page images at Cornell)
HV6248 .S8 A3 1797 [Info] The Narrative of Whiting Sweeting, Who Was Executed at Albany, the Sixth of August, 1791 (Windham, CT: Printed for J. Huntongton, 1797), contrib. by Whiting Sweeting and William Carter (page images at Cornell)
HV6248 .S8 A3 1797a [Info] The Narrative of Whiting Sweeting, Who Was Executed at Albany, the Sixth of August, 1791 (Hartford: Reprinted by Hudson and Goodwin, ca. 1797), contrib. by Whiting Sweeting and William Carter (page images at Cornell)
HV6248 .T78 A3 1929 [Info] The Adventures of Ralph Rashleigh, A Penal Exile in Australia, 1825-1844 (1929 text), by James Rosenberg Tucker (text at Gutenberg Australia)
HV6248 .T78 A3 1952 [Info] Ralph Rashleigh (1952 text), by James Rosenberg Tucker (text at Gutenberg Australia)
HV6248 .T85 M5 [Info] The Life of Richard Palmer, Better Known as Dick Turpin, the Notorious Highwayman and Robber: Including His Numerous Exploits, Adventures, and Hair-Breadth Escapes, Trial and Execution; With Notices of Many of His Contemporaries (London: T. White, 1839), by Henry Downes Miles

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