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
Jeffrey Ian Ross and Stephen C. Richards
BEHIND BARS: Surviving Prison
“An absorbing, original book that should be
required reading for criminal justice classes.
...Gives the outsider an in-depth look at what
it is like to be in prison in America today.
Highly recommended.”—Library Journal.
Alpha 240 pp. 00-28-64351-8 $14.95
Barry Scheck, Peter Neufeld, and Jim Dwyer
f ACTUAL INNOCENCE
When Justice Goes Wrong
and How to Make It Right
“A troubling portrayal of the criminal justice
system from within its well-guarded walls.”
—The New York Times. Now updated with new
information, this book sheds light on “a
system that tolerates lying prosecutors, slumbering defense attorneys and sloppy
investigators” (Salt Lake Tribune)—revealing
the shocking flaws that can derail the legal
process and the ways that DNA testing has
often shattered so-called solid evidence that
condemned American citizens to death.
NAL 432 pp. 0-451-20982-6 $14.95
America and the Making
and Breaking of Global Rules
“Portrays a frightening image of ‘America
unbound,’ self-exempted from the delicate
fabric of international law on which human
survival rests....[An] important inquiry.”
—Noam Chomsky. Examines how current
U.S. and British government policies are
undermining the international global order.
Viking 320 pp. 0-670-03452-5 $25.95
f SERIAL KILLERS
The Method and Madness of Monsters
Vronsky documents the psychological, investigative, and cultural aspects of serial murder, f
beginning with its first recorded instance
in Ancient Rome, through fifteenth-century
France, up to such notorious contemporary
cases as cannibal/necrophile Ed Kemper,
Henry Lee Lucas, Ted Bundy, and the emergence of what he classifies as the “serial
rampage killer” such as Andrew Cunanan.
Berkley 432 pp. 0-425-19640-2 $15.00
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 176 pp. 0-14-023251-6 $13.00
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 Classics 0-14-018765-0 $13.95
James E. Starrs, with Katherine Ramsland
f A VOICE FOR THE DEAD
A Forensic Investigator’s Pursuit
of the Truth in the Grave
Professor of Law and Forensic Sciences at
George Washington University sets the record
straight on seven historic crimes. “[Starrs] is a
genius and a master sleuth. A fascinating look
inside the world of forensic evidence.”—Dr.
Henry C. Lee. Photographs.
Putnam 304 pp. 0-399-15225-3 $24.95
Berkley 304 pp. 0-425-20768-4 $14.00
Berkley paperback available February 2006
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 336 pp. 0-14-009851-8 $17.00
THE PORTABLE HANNAH ARENDT
Edited by Peter Baehr
Generous selections from her masterworks, The
Origins of Totalitarianism, Between Past and
Future, Men in Dark Times, The Jew as Pariah,
The Human Condition, and Eichmann in
Jerusalem, and a selection of her letters to other
formative thinkers, including Karl Jaspers and
Mary McCarthy. 640 pp.
Penguin Classics 0-14-243756-5 $17.00
David E. Stannard
f HONOR KILLING
How the Infamous “Massie Affair”
“Honor Killing tells this lurid tale with all the
breathlessness it deserves, and the climactic
courtroom scenes are riveting.”—Washington
Post. “Powerful exploration of Hawaii’s
Massie case combines elements of true crime,
social history and the American empire.”
—Chicago Tribune. The Massie Affair is also
examined in an episode of PBS’s American
Viking 448 pp. 0-670-03399-5 $25.95
Thomas P. M. Barnett
INTERNATIONAL LAW f BLUEPRINT FOR ACTION A Future Worth Creating
“Easily the most influential book of our time....
I never dreamed that a single book would
change my outlook on the United States’ role
in world affairs, but one has.”—Thomas
Roeser, The Chicago Sun Times.
Putnam 288 pp. 0-399-15312-8 $26.95
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.
Penguin 640 pp. 0-14-051397-3 $17.00
f THE PENTAGON’S NEW MAP
War and Peace in the Twenty-First Century
“A tour-de-force.”—Robert Orr, Vice President
and Washington Director, Council on Foreign
Relations. “A truly bold vision for American
foreign policy in the next century.”—The Hill.
“One of the most provocative and comprehensive approaches to understanding national
security in the 21st century.”—Sherri Goodman,
Senior Fellow, the CNA Corporation, and former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense.
Berkley 448 pp. 0-425-20239-9 $16.00
Criminal Justice / International Law