Monthly Books are displayed on the 1st floor of Willis Library. 


Stories & Studies in Crime

Do you hear that? Your heart quickens as you turn the pages, faster and faster, eager to find out what happens next. You finish the novel in mere hours and sit back in awe: Agatha Christie has done it again. 

This month, devour mysteries to your heat's content: May is National Crime Reading Month. 

Along with Willis's collection of mystery novels, we have selected a variety of books on criminology to satiate those minds that desire to know more. What causes an individual to committ a heinous crime? Is it in their nature, or the effect of nurture?

Find out this month. Willis Library. First floor.  

"The possession of knowledge does not kill the sense of wonder and mystery. There is always more mystery." - Anaïs Nin

See the full list of titles on display this month.


Tom Horn     And Then There Were None     Foucault, Crime and Power     A Book of Remarkable Criminals     The Handbook of the History and Philosophy of Criminology

Available at the Media Library

Criminal Minds     Al Capone     Orange is the New Black     Dexter     Jonestown