The encyclopedia of unsolved crimes

by Newton, Michael

Publisher: Checkmark Books in New York

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementMichael Newton.
LC ClassificationsHV6251 .N48 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22665430M
ISBN 100816078181, 081607819X
ISBN 109780816078189, 9780816078196
LC Control Number2008045073

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Editorial Reviews. This extensive survey of recent unsolved crimes that have baffled detectives and law-enforcement agencies is a valuable resource for amateur sleuths, crimes writers and law-enforcement professionals alike.

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Over entries examine the facts, evidence, and leading theories of 1/5(2). murder or similar crimes (e.g., Eddowes, Catherine: See “Jack the Ripper”). References within the text to subjects possessing their own discrete entries appear in large and small capital letters. This second edition of the Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes includes 93 completely new entries, plus various additions to the original bibliography.

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For every cold case that's cracked there are many more tragic tales of mysterious disappearances or unsolved murders that remain unsolved. Here are eight truly bone-chilling unsolved crimes that will have you looking over your own shoulder.

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It contains accounts of various unsolved mysteries such as Author: Roger Boar and Nigel Blundell. Michael Newton (born ) is an American author best known for his work on Don Pendleton's The Executioner book series. Newton began work on the Executioner series by co-writing The Executioner's War Book with Pendleton in Since then he has been a steady writer for the series with almost 90 entries to his credit, which triples the number written by creator Don Born: (age 67–68), United States.

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About half the book centers on American crimes, such as For those who relish British homicides in particular, this elegant tome will satisfy your taste. The table of contents alone will whet your appetite for classic crime, with such cases as the murders of Julia Wallace, James Maybrick, Sir Harry Oakes, and even Jack the Ripper/5.

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Australian historian Lyle Reed has been researching the crime for many years and believes he knows what happened: a policeman accidentally killed her. Newton, Michael (), The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes, Checkmark Books, ISBN Penn, Gareth (), Times The Amazing Story of the Zodiac Murders in California and Massachusetts, –, Foxglove Press, ISBN Cause of death: Multiple stab wounds; .Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

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