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Books based on true stories are ideal for when facts leave off and a little imagination and outright speculation is needed to fill the gaps in a story or a reading list. From the teenage concubine who ruled China for 47 years and the gorilla who lived most of his life in a shopping mall to the Borden axe murders, here are 21 of the best books based on true stories. True story: In mid—19th century Ireland a woman called Anne Roche was tried for the murder of Michael Leahy, a young boy. Roche claimed that Leahy was a changeling and was eventually acquitted. This is a fictional account of how she managed it. After becoming the victim to a crime herself nothing grim, I promise Constance joined forces with her sisters to bring the perpetrator to justice, and ended up with a job on the New Jersey police force.