Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

Sex, Lies & Murder: The Pamela Smart Case


Douglas, John E. & Corinne Munn (1992). Violent Crime Scene Analysis: Modus Operandi, Signature, and Staging. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. February.

Englade, Ken (1991). Deadly Lessons. St. Martin's Press, New York: NY.

Geringer, Joseph (2000). Black Widows: Veiled In Their Own Web of Darkness. Courtroom Television Network, LLC.

Maynard, Joyce (1992). To Die For. Penguin Books, New York: N.Y. (A novel about television culture loosely based on the Smart case. The book inspired the 1995 film.)

McIntosh, Jim (April 28, 2000). "The Husband-Killer Who Shocked the Nation: Police Remember the Murderous New Hampshire Seductress."

Milkovits, Amanda (May 11, 2000). "The Pam Smart Case 10 Years Later." Foster's Daily Democrat.

(May 11, 2000). "Before O.J., it was the trial of the century." Foster's Daily Democrat.

Piercy, Marge (1994). The Longings of Women. G. K Hall & Co. Thorndike: Maine. (A fictionalized feminist interpretation of the Smart case.)

Sawicki, Stephen (1991). Teach Me To Kill. Avon Books, New York: NY.

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