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Spies, covert operations, serial killers… and it's all true!
Great True Spy Stories by
Call Number: 327.12 DULLES 1968
Spy stories compiled by man who headed the CIA during the Cold War.
The Unthinkable: who survives when disaster strikes and why by
Call Number: Available on eReaders at the Circulation Desk
Laced with the first person accounts of people who survived disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers, this book probes the human response to catastrophe and dares you to ask yourself "Would I survive a Zombie Apocalypse?"
Lone Survivor by
Call Number: 958.1047 LUTTREL 2007
"On a clear night in late June 2005, four U.S. Navy SEALs left their base in northern Afghanistan for the mountainous Pakistani border to capture or kill a notorious al Qaeda leader . Less then 24 hours later, only one of those Navy SEALs remained alive. This is his story."
How to Solve a Murder by
Call Number: 363.259 KURLAND 1995
Publication Date: 1995
Learn about the techniques crime scene investigators use to solve murders and try your hand at solving some test cases.
Madness, the supernatural, death... these books cover the exceptionally odd and things that go bump in the night.
Spook: science tackles the afterlife by
Call Number: 129 ROACH 2005
Roach "begins her journey in rural India with a reincarnation researcher and ends up in a University of Virginia operating room where cardiologists have installed equipment to study out-of-body experiences. Along the way, she enrolls in an English medium school, gets electromagnetically haunted at a university in Ontario, and visits a Duke University professor with a plan to weigh the consciousness of a leech."
Men Who Stare at Goats: by
Call Number: 355.3434 RONSON 2004
Learn what happened when a small group of men - highly placed within the United States military, governemnt, and intelligence services - began beliving in very strange things.
Bonk: the curious coupling of sex and science by
Call Number: 612.6 ROACH
"Roach shows how and why sexual arousal and orgasm can be so hard to achieve and what science is doing to make the bedroom a more satisfying place."
Sexual Intelligence by
Call Number: 613.96 KLEIN 2012
Subtitled "what we really want from sex--and how to get it"