The following new true-crime books are available at the Shawnee Branch of the Allen
County Public Library.
by Donna Fielder
It took six years for justice to be served in Denton, Texas. Indicted for murder and then released, Bobby Lozano fooled everyone until a reporters investigation led police to the truth.
Full Circle: A True Story of Murder, Lies, and Vindication
by Gloria Killian and Sandra Kobrin
Wrongly accused of murder, Gloria Killian was convicted and sent to prison. Due to her tenacity and efforts of prison rights activists, the real murderers were found and she was set free.
A Silence of Mockingbirds: The Memoir of a Murder
by Karen Spears Zacharias
An array of people noticed and then failed to deal with the adults who were putting a child in harms way. As a result, she was repeatedly left alone with the man who murdered her. The author blames herself and a host of others for turning a blind eye to a child in need.
Never See Them Again
by M. Williams Phelps
A recounting of the murder of four teens in a Texas town. It took three years for the investigators to figure out that they had been murdered by one of the teenage girls best friends – a teen they had helped find friends and social acceptance.
A Knife in the Heart
by Michael Benson
Bored and involved with the same man, two young women taunt each other, escalating to a literal fight to the death.