5 arresting true crime books
Sometimes truth really is stranger (and scarier!) than fiction. Here are the 2011 Edgar Award nominees for best true crime book.
1. Scoreboard, Baby, by Ken Armstrong and Nick Perry
“Scoreboard, Baby: A Story of College Football, Crime and Complicity,” by Ken Armstrong and Nick Perry (Bison, 400 pp.) investigates the University of Washington football team. In 2000, 24 players of its players were shielded from criminal prosecution by a system that authors Armstrong and Perry argue encourages athlete entitlement and exceptionalism.