The Harriet Fox about Gilbert Paul Jordan is good. It has much information as Harriet Fox could find. The writing is good. The case overview is fine. I just wish there had been a bit more about the possibility that the backgrounds of the women whom he killed and whether their race and/or case had something to do with the lack of a case or investigation. (three stars)
As for the Charles River Editors book. The stand out is the one about Akhenaten and Amarna which includes a detailed analysis of the queens of the time. The Serveran and Gurkhas ones (4 and 3 stars) are good overviews.