Books by Mark Baker

D.A. by Mark Baker
Released: June 1, 1999

Baker, author of half a dozen books (Bad Guys, 1996; Sex Lives; 1994, Cops, 1985; etc.) has given us the frank, often brutal views of cops and criminals on life and the criminal justice system. Read full book review >

BAD GUYS by Mark Baker
Released: June 1, 1996

Career criminals telling their stories, wiseguy-style. Baker, author of Cops (1985), here turns his attention to those on the other side of the bars. Read full book review >

SEX LIVES by Mark Baker
Released: Jan. 20, 1994

One hundred confidential reports on the sexual experience in America—no more thrilling a tale than one would expect—by the author of That's How Men Are (1991), Women (1989), and Cops (1985). This is the message: as profoundly as sex is flaunted and promoted in the American culture and media, ordinary citizens aren't enjoying it that much, or even that often. Read full book review >

Released: Feb. 1, 1992

One hundred men speak anonymously and candidly about their ``core issues.'' Here, Baker continues his oral-report format of 'Nam (1981), Cops (1985), and Women (1989)—with mixed results. Read full book review >