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  1. A Sink of Atrocity, Malcolm Archibald

    A Sink of Atrocity

    Crime in 19th Century Dundee

    Malcolm Archibald

    £11.99

    Dundee in the nineteenth century was a very dangerous place. Ever since the Circuit judge Lord Cockburn branded the city 'A Sink of Atrocity' in his Memoirs, the image of old Dundee has been one of poverty and crime - but what was it really like to live in the streets and closes of Dundee at that time?
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  2. Gangster, Killers and Me, Gerard Gallacher

    Gangster, Killers and Me

    A Detective's Story

    Gerard Gallacher

    £8.99

    A compelling account of a police career at the sharp end of the action by a detective who wouldn't toe the line.
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  3. The Monster Butler, Allan Nicol

    The Monster Butler

    Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer

    Allan Nicol

    £9.99

    Archibald Hall was one of Scotland's most enigmatic criminals. A man of multiple personas, Hall was more widely known as Roy Fontaine, the Monster Butler who murdered five people, including his own brother.
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  4. The Barlinnie Story, Robert Jeffrey

    The Barlinnie Story

    Riots, Death, Retribution and Redemption in Scotland's Infamous Prison

    Robert Jeffrey

    £7.99

    Barlinnie is one of the most notorious prisons in the world and for a hundred years it has held Glasgow's toughest and most violent men, swept up from the city streets.
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  5. Glasgow's Godfather, Robert Jeffrey

    Glasgow's Godfather

    The Astonishing Inside Story of Walter Norval, the City's First Crime Boss

    Robert Jeffrey

    £7.99

    Walter Norval was a man marked by destiny to be a career criminal in one of Britain's hardest cities. As a boy he grew up in a world of illegal betting, violent canal bank pitch-and-toss schools, sleazy dance halls, brothels and bars where the denizens of the slums in the north side of Glasgow slaked gargantuan thirsts and plotted murder and mayhem.
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  6. Blood in the Glens, Jean McLennan

    Blood in the Glens

    True Crime from the Scottish Highlands

    Jean McLennan

    £7.99

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    A fascinating collection of true crime stories from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Murders and unexplained deaths happen wherever there are people and, despite its sparse population, the Highlands have had more than their fair share.
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  7. Gentle Johnny Ramensky, Robert Jeffrey

    Gentle Johnny Ramensky

    The Extraordinary True Story of the Safe Blower Who Bacame a War Hero

    Robert Jeffrey

    £9.99

    Gentle Johnny Ramensky is the astonishing tale of a boy reared in the poverty of the Gorbals who became one of the world's most extraordinary safe blowers.
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  8. Villains, Paul Ferris

    Villains

    It Takes One to Know One�

    Paul Ferris

    and Reg McKay

    £7.99

    Murder, gunrunning, drug trafficking, kneecappings - Paul Ferris has been accused of many things in his life, some true, some not. What's not in dispute is that he spent twenty-five years as one of Britain's most feared gangsters.
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  9. McGraw, Reg McKay

    McGraw

    The Incredible Untold Story of Tam 'The Licensee' McGraw

    Reg McKay

    £7.99

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    Tam McGraw was one of the most feared gangsters in Glasgow. Before his death from natural causes in July 2007, he had built up a huge crime empire which stretched from Glasgow to the Canaries. Few would talk openly about The Licensee while he was still alive - but now his incredible, untold story can finally be revealed.
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