Catherine McNicol Stock
From Bacon’s Rebellion
to the Oklahoma City Bombing
“A first-rate and highly accessible history of
radicalism in rural America.”—Kirkus.
Penguin 416 pp. 0-14-026847-2 $13.95
A Story of Racial Injustice and Murder
“Provides a careful account of the incident, the
investigation, and the complex legal proceedings, painting a disturbing portrait of an insular
community in which racism and police brutality
were everyday realities. He also documents
the determination of a number of lawyers and
the bravery of ordinary citizens, white and
black, who struggled to obtain justice through
the legal system.”—Library Journal.
Penguin 336 pp. 0-14-023370-9 $17.00
Diary of a Harvard Murder
A brilliant synthesis of cultural analysis and
psychological study. “Thernstrom’s gripping
account of a murder/suicide at Harvard
(which she reported on for The New Yorker)
combines fascinating case material with great
seriousness of purpose.”—Kirkus.
Plume 240 pp. 0-452-28007-9 $12.95
James Wagner, with Patrick Picciarelli
f MY LIFE IN THE NYPD: Jimmy the Wags
Introduction by Don Imus
A behind the badge look at the NYPD by a street
cop who walked the walk through the turbulent
’60s, the violent ’70s, and the drug-fueled ’80s.
Onyx 272 pp. 0-451-41024-6 $5.99
JIMMY THE WAGS
Street Stories of a Private Eye
“The real deal.”—NY State Supreme Court
Justice Hon. Edwin Torres. “Wagner represents a dying breed in contemporary law
enforcement: the maverick, street-schooled,
older cop who winds up operating within and
beyond legal boundaries. His antic memoir of
high times and a hard fall as a P.I....provides
an entertaining, perceptive study of moral
ambiguity and the secret underworld of
urban violence.”—Kirkus Reviews.
Onyx 272 pp. 0-451-40927-2 $5.99
“Chronicles the brutal stabbing murders of
Kathryn Eastburn and two of her children, the
case’s strange twists, and the arrest, trial, and
conviction of a suspect, a man later aquitted
of the crime.”—Ingram.
Onyx 382 pp. 0-451-40357-6 $6.99
Notes from the End of the Line
“Compelling ethnography with a rare moral
core, important for its clear, persuasive message that these lost souls are victims, worthy
of our compassion.”—Kirkus Reviews. “A sad
and harrowing portrait of wasted lives, rife
with gritty details but void of self-righteous
judgment.”—The Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Penguin 172 pp. 0-14-023251-6 $11.95
ANATOMY OF A JURY
With the cooperation of jurors, drawing on his
own experience as a criminal lawyer, and
examining existing research on juries,
Wishman reveals in detail why and how the
jury reaches its decision in a murder trial.
Penguin 322 pp. 0-14-009851-8 $17.00
Graham Evans and Jeffrey Newnham, editors
THE PENGUIN DICTIONARY
OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
This up-to-date reference includes explanations
of the dangerous developments that have
affected international relations, such as “
ethnic cleansing” and preventive war, as well as
detailed entries on broader concepts and key
organizations—from game theory to SALT,
from Amnesty International to WHO. 880 pp.
Penguin Reference 0-14-051397-3 $16.00
f KILLING PABLO
The Hunt for the World’s Greatest Outlaw
“A gripping investigation into the U.S. government’s role in bringing down Colombian
cocaine kingpin and terrorist Pablo Escobar.
Bowden’s investigation relies on eyewitness
accounts, interviews with soldiers and field
operatives, and legal documents.”—Booklist.
8-page photo insert.
Penguin 304 pp. 0-14-200095-7 $14.00
EICHMANN IN JERUSALEM
A Report on the Banality of Evil
A study of the character and trial of Adolf
Eichmann in terms of international law and
human justice. 320 pp.
Penguin Classic/20 C 0-14-018765-0 $13.95
Susan and Daniel Cohen
PAN AM 103
The Bombing, the Betrayals, and a
Bereaved Family’s Search for Justice
“Zealous in their pursuit of justice...the
Cohens have played an important and valuable
role.”—The Washington Post.
Signet 304 pp. 0-451-20270-8 $6.99
Gabriel García Márquez
NEWS OF A KIDNAPPING
Translated by Edith Grossman
“A potent mixture of the news-hound’s well-documented detail and the novelist’s tragic
vision.”—Chicago Tribune. From the Nobel
laureate, the bestseller that takes the reader into
the horrific world of the Medellin drug cartel.
Penguin 304 pp. 0-14-026944-4 $15.00
Leonard F. Guttridge
A History of Naval Insurrection
A casebook covering 200 years of mutinies—
from the Magellan expedition to the U.S. aircraft carrier. “A fascinating study of law, discipline, and morale. Highly recommended.”
—Library Journal. Photos, illustrations.
Berkley 336 pp. 0-425-18321-1 $14.00
Walter Laqueur and Barry Rubin, editors
f THE ISRAEL-ARAB READER
A Documentary History
of the Middle East Conflict
Sixth Revised and Updated Edition
“An illuminating collection of statements representing a wide range of views.”—The New York
Review of Books’ Reader’s Catalog. A thoroughly
updated collection of speeches, letters, articles,
and reports covering the full spectrum of the
Penguin 448 pp. 0-14-029713-8 $17.00
NUREMBERG: Infamy on Trial
“A vivid reconstruction of the actions of the
wartime allies and the Nazi elite at Nuremberg.
Persico easily carries us into a deeper understanding of the trials.”—New York Newsday.
Penguin 544 pp. 0-14-016622-X $15.95
f THE MERGER
of International Organized Crime
“Jeffrey Robinson extracts a lesson from this
nefarious free-for-all: Until the lawful world
revised its outdated notions of national policing, ‘the twenty-first century will belong to
transnational criminals.’”—William Cohen,
The New Yorker. “Written with unflinching
truth and conviction.”—Vibe Magazine.
Overlook 470 pp. 1-58567-248-3 $17.95
8 Criminal Justice & Procedure / International Law
f Denotes new or forthcoming title