NONFICTION BOOKS ABOUT OUTLAWS
Adams, Ramon F. Six-Guns and Saddle Leather: A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Western Outlaws and Gunmen. 1969.
---. Burrs under the Saddle: A Second Look at Books and Histories of the West. 1989.
Anderson, Charles Dixon. Outlaws of the Old West. 1973.
Bartholomew, Ed Ellsworth. The Biographical Album of Western Gunfighters: Containing More than 1,000 Biographical Entries Together with over Six Hundred Rare Photographs of the Most Famous Sheriffs, Outlaws, Marshals, and celebrated Personalities in the History of the Western Frontier. 1958.
---. Kill or Be Killed: A Record of Violence in the Early Southwest. 1953.
Block, Eugene B. Great Stagecoach Robbers of the West. 1962.
Boessenecker, John. Gold Dust and Gunsmoke: Tales of Gold Rush Outlaws, Gunfighters, Lawmen, and Vigilantes. 1999.
Breihan, Carl W. Badmen of the Frontier Days. 1957.
---. Lawmen and Robbers. 1986.
Bruns, Roger. The Bandit Kings: From Jesse James to Pretty Boy Floyd. 1995.
Bryan, Howard. Robbers, Rogues, and Ruffians: True Tales of the Wild West. 1991.
Butler, William Vivian. The Durable Desperadoes. 1973.
Camp, George Mallery. Nothing to Lose: A Study of Bank Robbery in America. 1968.
Cantor, Heorge. Bad Guys in American History. 1999.
Chiocca, Olindo Romeo. Mobsters and Thugs: Quotes from the Underworld. 2000.
Clemens, Nancy. American Bandits: A Biographical History of the Nation's Outlaws, from the Days of the James Boys, the Youngers, the Jennings, the Dalton Gang, and Billy the Kid, down to the Modern Bandits of Our Own ay, Including Dillinger, "Pretty Boy" Floyd, and Others. 1938.
Crosland, Jessie Raven. Outlaws in Fact and Fiction. 1959.
Drago, Harry Sinclair. Outlaws on Horseback: The History of the Organized Bands of Bank and Train Robbers Who Terrorized the Prairie Towns of Missouri, Kansas, Indian Territory, and Oklahoma for Half a Century. 1964.
Edwards, Shane. Heroes and Outlaws of the Old West. 1993.
Elman, Robert. Badmen of the West. 1974.
Flanagan, Mike. Out West. 1987.
Gaddy, Jerry J., ed. Dust to Dust: Obituaries of the Gunfighters. 1977.
Glass, Andrew. Bad Guys: True Stories of Legendary Gunslingers, Sidewinders, Fourflushers, Drygulchers, Bushwhackers, Freebooters, and Downright Bad Guys and Gals of the Wild West. 1998. [Young Adult]
Haran, James F. The Losers' Game: A Sociological Profile of 500 Armed Bank Robbers. 1989.
Helmer, William J. Public Enemies: America's Criminal Past, 1919-1940. 1998.
Hendricks, George David. The Bad Man of the West. 1941.
Herda, D.J. Outlaws of the American West. 1995.
Horan, James David. The Authentic West. 1976.
---. Desperate Men: Revelations from the Sealed Pinkerton Files. 1949.
---. The Lawmen. 1980.
---. Pictorial History of the Wild West: A True Account of the Bad Men, Desperadoes, Rustlers, and Outlaws of the Old WestBand the Men Who Fought Them to Establish Law and Order. 1954.
Hobsbawm, E.J. Bandits. 1969.
Hough, Emerson. The Story of the Outlaw: A Study of the Western Desperado, with Historical Narratives of Famous Outlaws, the Stories of Noted Border Wars, Vigilante Movements and Armed Conflicts on the Frontier. 1907.
Hunter, J. Marvin, and Noah H. Rose. The Album of Gunfighters. 1951.
Kirchner, L.R. Robbing Banks: An American History, 1831-1999. 2000.
Kooistra, Paul Gregory. American Robin Hoods: The Criminal as Social Hero. 1982.
Lyle, Judge John. The Dry and Lawless Years: The Crusade against Public Enemies.
Matthews, Leonard. Gunfighters. 1989.
Messick, Hank, and Joseph L. Nellis. The Private Lives of Public Enemies. 1973.
Nash, Jay Robert.. Bloodletters and Badmen: A Narrative Encyclopedia of American Criminals from the Pilgrims to the Present.
---. Encyclopedia of Western Lawmen and Outlaws. 1992.
O'Neal, Bill. Encyclopedia of Western Gunfighters. 1979
---. Great Gunfighters of the Wild West: Twenty Courageous Westerners Who Struggled with Right and Wrong, Good and Evil, Law and Order. 2001.
Patterson, Richard M. Historical Atlas of the Outlaw West. 1985.
Prassel, Frank Richard. The Great American Outlaw: A Legacy of Fact and Fiction. 1993.
Rabinowitz, Harold. Black Hats and White Hats: Heroes and Villains of the West. 1996.
Raine, William MacLeod. Famous Sheriffs and Western Outlaws. 1929.
Redford, Robert. The Outlaw Trail. 1976.
Rennert, Vincent Paul. Western Outlaws. 1967.
Rosa, Joseph G. The Gunfighter: Man or Myth? 1969.
---. The Taming of the West: Age of the Gunfighter: Men and Weapons on the Frontier, 1840-1900. 1993.
Ruth, David E. Inventing the Public Enemy: The Gangster in American Culture, 1918-1934. 1996.
Sabin, Edwin Legrand. Wild Men of the Wild West. 1929.
Schoenberger, Dale T. The Gunfighters. 1971.
Shirley, Glenn. Buckskin and Spurs: A Gallery of Frontier Heroes and Rogues. 1958.
Simmons, Marc. When Six-Guns Ruled: Outlaw Tales of the Southwest. 1990.
Steckmesser, Kent Ladd. Western Outlaws: The AGood Badman@ in Fact, Film, and Folklore. 1983.
Steele, Sean P. Heists: Swindles, Stickups, and Robberies That Shocked the World. 1995.
Sutton, Fred Ellsworth. Hands Up! Stories of the Six-Gun Fighters of the Old West. 1927.
Thrasher, Thomas. Gunfighters of the American West. 2000.
Unger, Robert. The Union Station Massacre: The Original Sin of J. Edgar Hoover's F.B.I. 1997.
Waters, William. A Gallery of Western Badmen. 1954.
Wellman Paul I. A Dynasty of Western Outlaws. 1961.
---. Spawn of Evil: The Invisible Empire of Soulless Men Which for a Generation Held the Nation in a Spell of Terror. 1964.
Young, Richard Alan, and Judy Dockrey Young, eds. Outlaw Tales: Legends, Myths, and Folklore from America's Middle Border. 1992.
Baxter, John. The Gangster Film. 1970.
Bookbinder, Robert. Classic Gangster Films. 1985.
Brode, Douglas. Money, Women, and Guns: Crime Movies from Bonnie and Clyde to the Present. 1995.
Chibnall, Steve, and Robert Murphy, eds. British Crime Cinema. 1999.
Clarens, Carlos. Crime Movies: From Griffith to The Godfather. 1980.
Gabree, John. Gangsters from Little Caesar to the Godfather. 1973.
Hardy, Phil, ed. The B.F.I. Companion to Crime. 1997.
---. Overlook Film Encyclopedia: The Gangster Film. 1998.
Hirsch, Foster. The Dark Side of the Screen: Film Noir. 1981.
Hossent, Harry. Gangster Movies: Gangsters, Hoodlums, and Tough Guys of the Screen. 1974.
Kaplan, E. Ann, ed. Women in Film Noir. 1980.
Karpf, Stephen Louis. The Gangster Film: Emergence, Variation, and Decay of a Genre, 1930-1940. 1969.
Langman, Larry, and Daniel Finn. A Guide to American Crime Films of the Forties and Fifties. 1995.
---. A Guide to American Crime Films of the Thirties. 1995.
Lee, Raymond, and B.C. Van Hecke. Gangsters and Hoodlums: The Underworld in the Cinema. 1971.
McArthur, Colin. Underworld U.S.A. 1972.
Mottram, James. Public Enemies: The Gangster Movie A-Z: From Cagney to Tarantino and Beyond. 1998.
Munby, Jonathan. Public Enemies, Public Heroes: Screening the Gangster from Little Caesar to Touch of Evil. 1999.
Parrish, James Robert, and Michael R. Pitts. The Great Gangster Pictures II. 1987.
Rainey, Buck. Western Gunslingers in Fact and on Film: Hollywood's Famous Lawmen and Outlaws. 1998.
Rafter, Nicole Hahn. Shots in the Mirror: Crime Films and Society. 2000.
Rosow, Eugene. Born to Lose: The Gangster Film in America. 1978.
Selby, Spencer. Dark City: The Film Noir. 1984.
Shadoian, Jack. Dreams and Dead Ends: The American Gangster/Crime Film. 1977.
Stephens, Michael L. Gangster Films: A Comprehensive, Illustrated Reference to People, Films, and Terms. 1996.
Yaquinto, Marilyn. Pump >em Full of Lead: A Look at Gangsters on Film. 1998.
TITLES ON WILLIAM BONNEY,"BILLY THE KID"
Airy, Helen. Whatever Happened to Billy the Kid. 1993.
Anaya, A.P. I Buried Billy. 1991.
Bell, Bob Boze. The Illustrated Life and Times of Billy the Kid. 1996.
Branch, Louis Leon. Los Bilitos: The Story of Billy the Kid and His Gang. 1980.
Bruns, Roger. Billy the Kid: Outlaw of the Wild West. 2000. [Young Adult]
Burns, Walter Noble. The Saga of Billy the Kid. 1925.
Cline, Donald. Alias Billy the Kid: The Man behind the Legend. 1986.
Edwards, Harold L. Goodbye Billy the Kid. 1995.
Fable, Edmund. Billy the Kis, the new Mexican Outlaw. 1980.
Fackler, Elizabeth. Billy the Kid: The Legend of El Civato. 1995.
Garrett, Pat F. The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid. 1954.
Green, Carl R. Billy the Kid: 1859-1881. 1992. [Young Adult]
Hendron, J.W. The Story of Billy the Kid: New Mexico's Number One Desperado. 1948.
Hertzog, Peter. Little known Facts about Billy the Kid. 1963.
Jameson, W.C. The Return of the Outlaw Billy the Kid. 1998.
Kadlec, Robert F., ed. TheyAKnew@ Billy the Kid: Interviews with Old-Time New Mexicans. 1987.
Koop, W.E. Billy the Kid: The Trail of a Kansas Legend. 1964.
Nolan, Frederick W. The West of Billy the Kid. 1998.
Otero, Miguel Antonio. The Real Billy the Kid: with New Light on the Lincoln County War. 1998.
Priestley, Lee. Billy the Kid: The Good Side of a Bad Man. 1989.
---. The Return of Billy the Kid: Gunman or Ghost. 1989.
Rasch, Philip J. Trailing Billy the Kid. 1995.
Scanland, John Milton. Life of Pat Garrett and the Taming of the Border Outlaw: A History of the Gun Men and Outlaws, and a Life-Story of the Greatest Sheriff of the Old Southwest. 1952.
Siringo, Charles A. History of ABilly the Kid.@ 2000.
Tatum, Stephen. Iventing Billy the Kid: Visions of the Outlaw in America, 1881-1981. 1982.
Tunstill, William A. Billy the Kid and Me Were the Same. 1988.
Turner, George E. Secrets of ABilly the Kid.@ 1974.
Tuska, Jon. Billy the Kid: A Bio-Bibliography. 1983.
---. Billy the Kid: A Handbook. 1983.
---. Billy the Kid: His Life and Legend. 1994.
Utley, Robert Marshall. Billy the Kid: A Short and Violent Life. 1989.
Weddle, Jerry. Antrim Is My Stepfather's Name: The Boyhood of Billy the Kid. 1993.
TITLES ON BUTCH CASSIDY AND"THE SUNDANCE KID"
Baker, Pearl Biddlecome. The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost. 1965.
Drago, Gail. Etta Place: Her Life and Times with Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. 1996.
Horan, James. Desperate Men: The James Gang and the Wild Bunch.  1997.
---. The Wild Bunch. 1958.
Kelly, Charles. The Outlaw Trail: A History of Butch Cassidy and His Wild Bunch. 1996.
Meadows, Anne. Digging Up Butch and Sundance. 1994.
Miller, Rick. The Train Robbing Bunch. 1983.
O'Neill, Eamonn. Outlaws: A Quest for Butch and Sundance. 1997.
Patterson, Richard M. Butch Cassidy: A Biography. 1998.
Pointer, Larry. In Search of Butch Cassidy. 1977.
Swallow, Alan, ed. The Wild Bunch. 1966.
Wukovits, John F. Butch Cassidy. 1998.
TITLES ON THE DALTONS
Dalton, Emmett. When the Daltons Rode. 1931.
De Saint-Germain, C. The Dalton Brothers andTheir Astounding Career of Crime.  1977.
Elliott, David Stewart. Last Raid of the Daltons and Battle with the Bandits at Coffeyville, Kansas, Oct. 5, 1892.  1954.
Hawkeye, Harry. The Dalton Brothers and Their Gang: Fearsome Bandits of Oklahoma and the Southwest: A Tale of Thrilling Adventure, Daring Deeds, and Hairbreadth Escapes. 1908.
Latta, Frank F. Dalton Gang Days. 1976.
Preece, Harold. The Dalton Gang, End of an Outlaw Era. 1963.
Samuelson, Nancy B. The Dalton Gang Family: A Genealogical Study of the Dalton Outlaws and Their Family Connections. 1989.
---. The Dalton Gang Story: Lawmen to Outlaws. 1992.
---. A Critique of In Search of the Daltons. 1989.
Smith, Robert B. Daltons!: The Raid on Coffeyville, Kansas. 1996.
Steele, Phillip W. In Search of the Daltons. 1985.
Williams, Henry Llewellyn. The Dalton Brothers in Their Oklahoma Cave: A Tale of Adventure in the Indian Territory, Together with the Desperate and Startling Criminal Career of the Gang. 1893.
TITLES ON JOHN DILLINGER
Toland, John. The Dillinger Days.
TITLES ON"PRETTY BOY" FLOYD
TITLES ON JESSE JAMES, FRANK JAMES, AND THE JAMES GANG
Baldwin, Margaret, and Pat O'Brien. Wanted, Frank and Jesse James: The Real Story.
Bradley, R.T. The Outlaws of the Border, or, The Lives of Frank and Jesse James, Their Exploits, Adventures, and Escapes, down to the Present Time, Together with the Achievements, Robberies, and Final Capture of the Younger Brothers. 1880.
Brant, Marley. Jesse James: The Man and the Myth. 1998.
Breihan, Carl W. The Man Who Shot Jesse James. 1979.
---. The Saga of Jesse James. 1991.
Buel, James W. The Border Outlaws: An Authentic and Thrilling History of the Most Noted Bandits of Ancient or Modern Times, the Younger Brothers, Jesse and Frank James, and Their Comrades in Crime, Compiled from Reliable Sources Only and Containing the Latest Facts in Regard to These Celebrated Outlaws. 1881.
Croy, Homer. Jesse James Was My Neighbor. 1997.
Crittenden, Henry Huston. The Crittenden Memoirs. 1936.
Cummins, Jim. The Life Story of the James and Younger Gang and Their Comrades, Including the Operations of Quantrell'.  1988.
Dacus, Joseph A. Illustrated Lives and Adventures of Frank and Jesse James and the Younger Brothers, the Noted Western Outlaws. 1882.
Donald, Jay. Outlaws of the Border: A Complete and Authentic History of the Lives of Frank and Jesse James, the Younger Brothers, and Their Robber Companions, Including Quantrell and His Noted Guerillas: The Greatest Bandits the World Has Ever Known. 1882.
Duke, Betty Dorsett. Jesse James Lived and Died in Texas. 1998.
Dyer, Robert. Jesse James and the Civil War in Missouri. 1994.
Goodbye, Jesse James: A Reprinting of Six of the Best News Stories Concerning the Career and Death of America's Most Famous Outlaw: First printed in the Kansas City Daily Journal in 1882. 1967.
Green Carl R. Jesse James. 1992. [Young Adult]
Horan, James. Desperate Men: The James Gang and the Wild Bunch.  1997.
Huntington, George. Robber and Hero: The Story of the Northfield Bank Raid. 1986.
James, Edgar. The Notorious James Brothers: The Latest and Most Complete Story of the Daring Crimes of These Famous Desperadoes Ever Published, Containing Many Sensational Escapades Never Before Made Public. 1913.
James, Jesse. From the Pen of a Noble Robber: The Letters of Jesse Woodson James, 1847-1882. 1988.
James, Jesse, Jr. Jesse James, My Father: The First and Only True Story of His Adventures Ever Written. 1906.
James, Stella F. In the Shadow of Jesse James. 1989.
The James Boys, a Thrilling Story of the Adventures and Exploits of Frank and Jesse James, Containing a Complete Sketch of the Romance of Guerilla Warfare, Together with a Detailed History of the Wild Bandits of the Border; a Graphic Account of the Tragic End of Jesse James.  1947.
Jesse James: The Life and Daring Adventures of This Bold Highwayman and Bank Robber and His No Less Celebrated Brother, Frank James, Together with the Thrilling Exploits of the Younger Boys, Written by One Who Dare Not Now Disclose His Identity: The Only Book Containing the Romantic Life of Jesse James and His Pretty Wife Who Clung to Him to the Last!  1966.
Koblas, John. Jesse James Ate Here: An Outlaw Tour and History of Minnesota at the Time of the Northfield Raid. 2001.
Love, Robertus. The Rise and Fall of Jesse James.  1990.
MacLean, Angus. The Ghosts of Frank and Jesse James, and Other Stories. 1987.
Petrone, Gerard S. Judgment at Gallatin: The Trial of Frank James. 1998.
Ross, James R. Jesse James. 1988.
Saffer, Barbara. Jesse James. 2002.
Smith, Robert B. The Last Hurrah of the James-Younger Gang. 2001.
Thordike, Thaddeus. Lives and Exploits of the Daring Frank and Jesse James: Thaddeus Thorndike'.  1992.
Triplett, Frank. The Life, Times, and Treacherous Death of Jesse James. 1970.
Turilli, Rudy. I Knew Jesse James. 1966.
Turner, George E. Secrets of Jesse James. 1975.
Walker, Henry J. Jesse James, the Outlaw. 1961.
Ward, William. The James Boys of Old Missouri: The Only True Account of the Outlaw Deeds of the Bandit Kings of the Far West: and the Assassination of Jesse James by Bob Ford, as Told by Eye Witnesses and Written Down by William Ward. 1907.
Wukovitz, John F. Jesse James. 1997.
Yeatman, Ted P. Frank and Jesse James: The Story behind the Legend. 2000.
---. Jesse James and Bill Ryan at Nashville. 1981.
TITLES ON THE YOUNGERS
[Note: Titles on the Northfield Raid are listed underATitles on Jesse James, Frank James, and the James Gang.@]
Brant, Marley. The Outlaw Youngers: A Confederate Brotherhood: A Biography. 1992.
Cantrall, Dallas. The Youngers'. 1973.
Younger, Cole. The Story of Cole Younger by Himself: Being an Autobiography of the Missouri Guerrilla Captain and Outlaw, His Capture and Prison Life, and the Only Authentic Account of the Northfield Raid Ever Published. 2000.
TITLES ON OTHER AMERICAN OUTLAWS
Askins, Charles. Texans, Guns, and History. 1970.
Bartholomew, Ed Ellsworth. Black Jack Ketchum: Last of the Hold-Up Kings: An Authentic Biography of the Old West. 1955.
---. Jesse Evans: A Texas Hide-Burner. 1955.
---. Western Hard-Cases: Or, Gunfighters Named Smith. 1960.
Best, Jack Carson. Doc Middleton, the Unwickedest Outlaw. 1966.
Boessenecker, John. Badge and Buckshot: Lawlessness in Old California. 1988.
Breakenridge, William M. Helldorado: Bringing the Law to the Mesquite. 1928.
Bryan, Howard. Robbers, Rogues, and Ruffians: True Tales of the Wild West in New Mexico. 1991.
Burns, Walter Noble. The Robin Hood of El Dorado: The Saga of Joaquin Murrieta, Famous Outlaw of California's Age of Gold. 1932.
---. Tombstone: An Iliad of the Southwest. 1927.
Burrows, Jack. John Ringo: The Gunfighter Who Never Was. 1987.
Burton, Jeff. Dynamite and Six-Shooter. 1970 [on Black Jack Ketchum]
Callaway, Llewellyn Link. Montana's Righteous Hangmen: The Vigilantes in Action. 1982.
Carlisle, William L. Bill Carlisle, Lone Bandit: An Autobiography. 1946.
Coates, Robert M. The Outlaw Years: The History of the Land Pirates of the Natchez Trace. 1930.
Collins, William, and Bruce Levene. Black Bart: The True Story of California's Most Famous Stagecoach Robber. 1992.
Crouch, Barry A. Cullen Montgomery Baker, Reconstruction Desperado. 1997.
Dalton, Kit. Under the Black Flag, by Captain Kit Dalton, a Confederate Soldier, a Guerilla Captain under the Fearless Leader Quantrill, and a Border Outlaw for Seventeen Years Following the Surrender of the Confederacy, Associated with the Most Noted Band of Free Booters the World Has Ever Known.. 1914.
De Baca, Carlos C. Vincente Silva: The Terror of Las Vegas. 1978.
Dimsdale, Thomas J. The Vigilantes of Montana. 1966.
Dugan, Mark. Knight of the Road: The Life of Highwayman Ham White. 1990.
Dugan, Mark, and John Bossenecker. The Grey Fox: The True Story of Bill Miner, Last of the Old Time Bandits. 1992.
Dullenty, Jim. Harry Tracy, the Last Desperado. 1989.
Eckhardt, C.F. Tales of Badmen, Bad Women, and Bad Places: Four Centuries of Texas Outlawry. 1999.
Edge, L.L. Run the Cat Roads: A True Story of Bank Robbers in the 30's. 1981.
Ellison, Douglas W. David Lant: The Vanished Outlaw. 1988.
Fitzgerald, Ruth Coder. The Trial of Clelland Miller for Bank Robbery: Corydon, Iowa, October 1872. 1989.
Frye, Elnora L. Atlas of Wyoming Outlaws at the Territorial Penitentiary. 1990.
Greene, A.C. The Santa Claus Bank Robbery. 1999.
Haley, J. Evetts. Robbing Banks Was My Business: The Story of J. Harvey Bailey, America's Most Successful Bank Robber. 1973.
Hanes, Bailey C. Bill Doolin, Outlaw O.T. 1968.
Hare, Joseph Thompson. The Dying Confession of Joseph Hare, alias Joseph Thompson Hare, One of the Mail Robbers . . . 1958.
Hertzog, Peter. Outlaws of New Mexico. 1984.
Hutton, Harold. The Luckiest Outlaw: The Life and Legends of Doc Middleton. 1992.
---. Vigilante Days: Frontier Justice along the Niobara. 1978.
Jackson, Jack. Lost Cause: John Wesley Hardin, the Taylor-Sutton Feud, and Reconstruction Texas. 1998.
Jackson, Joseph Henry. Bad Company: The Story of California's Legendary and Actual Stage-Robbers, Bandits, Highwaymen, and Outlaws from the Fifties to the Eighties. 1949.
Jeffers, H. Paul. Gentleman Gerald: The Crimes and Times of Gerald Chapman, AAmerica's First Public Enemy No. 1.@ 1995.
Landru, H.C. The Blue Parka Man: Alaskan Gold Rush Bandit. 1980.
Leslie, Vernon. The Tom Quick Legends. 1977.
Life and Adventures of Sam Bass, the Notorious Union Pacific and Texas Train Robber: Together with a Graphic Account of His Capture, and Death, Sketch of the Members of His Band, with Thrilling Pen Pictures of Their Many Bold and Desperate Deeds, and the Capture and Death of Collins, Berry, Barnes, and Arkansas Johnson. 1978.
L'Aloge, Bob. Knights of the Sixgun: A Diary of Gunfighters, Outlaws, and Villains of New Mexico. 1991.
---. Riders along the Rio Grande: A Collection of Outlaws, Prostitutes, and Vigilantes. 1992.
MacLean, Angus. Legends of the California Bandidos. 1977.
Marsh, Carole. Oklahoma Bandits, Bushwackers, Outlaws, Crooks, Desperadoes, Rogues, Heroes, and Other Assorted Characters. 1995.
Mather, R.E., and F.E. Boswell. Gold Camp Desperadoes: A Study of Violence, Crime, and Punishment on the Mining Frontier. 1993.
---. Hanging the Sheriff: A Biography of Henry Plummer. 1987.
McCright, Grady E. Jessie Evans: Lincoln County Badman. 1983.
McGinnis, Bruce. Reflections in Dark Glass: The Life and Times of John Wesley Hardin. 1996.
Metz, Leon Claire. John Selman, Texas Gunfighter. 1966.
---. John Wesley Hardin: Dark Angel of Texas. 1996.
Myers, John. Doc Holliday. 1955.
Nix, Evett Dumas. Oklahombres: Particularly the Wilder Ones. 1929.
O'Neal, Bill. Henry Brown, the Outlaw Marshal. 1980.
Parsons, Chuck. Clay Allison: Portrait of a Shootist. 1983.
Peltier, Jerome, ed. The Banditti of the Rocky Mountains and Vigilance Committee in Idaho: An Authentic Record of Startling Adventures in the Gold Mines of Idaho. 1964.
Penick, James L. The Great Western Land Pirate: John A. Murrell in Legend and History. 1981.
Ray, Clarence Everly. Tracy, the Bandit: Or, The Romantic Life and Crimes of a Twentieth Century Desperado. 19B.
Reed, Paula. The Tenderfoot Bandits: Sam Bass and Joel Collins, Their Lives and Hard Times. 1988.
Savage, Douglas. The Sons of Grady Rourke. 1995.
Secrest, William B. Lawmen and Desperadoes: A Compendium of Noted, Early California Peace officers, Badmen, and Outlaws, 1850-1900. 1994.
Shirley, Glenn. Belle Starr and Her Times: The Literature, the Facts, and the Legends. 1982.
---. Gunfight at Ingalls: Death of an Outlaw Town. 1990.
---. Six-Gun and Silver Star. 1955.
---. Thirteen Days of Terror: The Rufus Buck Gang in Indian Territory. 1996.
Sonnichsen, C.L. Outlaw: Bill Mitchell alias Baldy Russell, His Life and Times. 1965.
Stanley, Francis. Desperadoes of New Mexico. 1953.
Sutton, Willie. Where the Money Was. 1976.
Tanner, Karen Holliday. Doc Holliday: A Family Portrait. 1998.
Underwood, Sid. Depression Desperado: The Chronicle of Raymond Hamilton. 1995.
Walters, Lorenzo D. Tombstone's Yesterday. 1968.
Warner, Matt. The Last of the Bandit Riders. 1940.
Weyerman, Debra. The Gang They Couldn'. 1993.
White, George M. From Boniface to Bank Burglar, or, the Price of Persecution: How a Successful Business Man, through the Miscarriage of justice, Became a Notorious Bank Looter. 1905.
Wilson, John P. Merchants, Guns, and Money: The Story of lincoln County and Its Wars. 1987.
TITLES ON ROBIN HOOD
Barczewski, Staphanie L. Myth and National Identity in Nineteenth-Century Britain: The Legends of King Arthur and Robin Hood. 2000.
Creswick, Paul. Robin Hood. 1984.
Hahn, Thomas. Robin Hood in Popular Culture: Violence, Transgression, and Justice. 2000.
Holt, James Clarke. Robin Hood. 1982.
Knight, Stephen. Robin Hood: A Complete Study of the English Outlaw. 1994.
Knight, Stephen, ed. Robin Hood: An Anthology of Scholarship and Criticism. 1999.
Knight, Stephen, and Thomas Ohlgren. Robin Hood and Other Outlaw Tales. 1997.
Nollen, Scott Allen. Robin Hood: A Cinematic History of the English Outlaw and His Scottish Counterparts. 1999.
Potter, Lois, ed. Playing Robin Hood: The Legend as Performance in Five Centuries. 1998.
Ritson, Joseph, ed. Robin Hood: A Collection of All the Ancient Poems, Songs, and Ballads, Now Extant, Relative to That Celebrated English Outlaw. 1997.
Singman, Jeffrey L. Robin Hood: The Shaping of the Legend. 1998.
TITLES ON OTHERAINTERNATIONAL@ OUTLAWS
Antony, Robert James. Pirates, Bandits, and Brotherhoods: A Study of Crime and Law in Kwangtung Province, 1796-1839. 1988.
Barkey, Karen. Bandits and Bueaucrats: The Ottoman Route to State Centralization. 1994.
Baum, Richard Howard. The Medieval Outlaw: A Study in Protest. 1972.
Burgess, Glyn S. Two Medieval Outlaws: Eustace the Monk and Fouke Fitz Waryn. 1997.
Dev, Dharam Yash. The Nagarwala Mystery: The Sixty Lakhs State Bank Robbery Story. 1977.
Fazakas, Ray. The Donnelly Album: The Complete and Authentic Account Illustrated with Photographs of Canada's Famous Feuding Family. 1977.
Fernandez, Ronald. Los Macheteros: The Wells Fargo Robbery and the Violent Struggle for Puerto Rican Independence. 1987.
Gerstein, Mary. Warg: The Outlaw as Werewolf in Germanic Myth, Law, and Medicine. 1972.
Gordon, Jan. A Balkan Freebooter: Being the True Exploits of the Serbian Outlaw and Comitaj Petko Moritch. 1916.
Horwood, Harold Andrew. Pirates and Outlaws of Canada, 1610-1932. 1984.
Keen, Maurice Hugh. The Outlaws of Medieval Legend. 1987.
Lange, J. de. The Relation and Development of English and Icelandic Outlaw Traditions. 1935.
Macintyre, Ben. The Napoleon of Crime: The Life and Times of Adam Worth, Master Thief. 1997.
Matthews, Robert P. Rural Outlaws in 19th-Century Venezuela: Antecedent to the Federalist War. 1973.
Maurice, Rene Louis. The Gentlemen of 16 July. 1978.
Phlgren, Thomas H., ed. Medieval Outlaws: Ten Tales in Modern English. 1998.
Perez, Louis A., Jr. Lords of the Mountain: Social Banditry nd Peasant Protest in Cuba, 1878-1918. 1989.
Pratt, Ambrose. Three Years with Thunderbolt: Being the Narrative of William Monckton Who for Three Years Attended the Famous Australian Outlaw, Frederick Ward, Better Known as Captain Thunderbolt, as Servant, Companion, and Partner, during Which Period He Shared in the Bushranger's Crimes and Perils, and Was Twice Severely Wounded in Encounters with the Police. 1907. [Australia]
Robertson, Heather. The Flying Bandit. 1981. [Canada]
Sanchez, Gonzalo. Bandits, Peasants, and Politics: The Case ofALa Violencia@ in Columbia. 2001.
Sayer, Ian. Nazi Gold: The Story of the World's Greatest RobberyBand Its Aftermath. 1984.
Schwartz, Rosalie. Lawless Liberators: Political Banditry and Cuban Independence. 1989.
Sharp, Alan. Rob Roy: The Screenplay. 1994.
Slatta, Richard W., ed. Bandidos: The Varieties of Latin American Bandidtry. 1987.
Spaggiari, Albert. Fric-Frac: The Great Riviera Bank Robbery. 1979.
Thompson, Jerry D., ed. Juan Cortina and the Texas-Mexico Frontier. 1994.
Vanderwood, Paul J. Disorder and Progress: Bandits, Police, and Mexican Development. 1992.