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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to New York, Notorious USA! The Empire State has witnessed many unique and perverse crimes. Quite a few triggered international headlines. This is where the phrase "serial killer" was born - for good reason!
From genius killers to violent child molesters, New York has it all. We also find the demented assassinations of Stanford White and John Lennon, the strange case that inspired Edgar Allen Poe, murders that enthralled filmmakers, scandalous crimes that altered journalism, and even a murderous writer.
Let's not forget Amityville and the missing Judge Crater! But we must warn you: Don't listen to this while walking alone at night!
©2015 Kathrine Ramsland, Gregg Olsen (P)2015 Gregg Olsen
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5 out of 5 stars
By Tracy Jones on 10-31-15

Some old some new

Pretty good,narrator is always good to many plugs for other books. A lot of ones I already knew but some I hadn't heard

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3 out of 5 stars
By Carolyn M. Kell on 08-05-15

Interesting... But a little drawn-out

Not as riveting as I had imagined, but till entertaining enough to make up for an otherwise dull evening. And it does get you thinking.... Maybe not a healthy way. Ha!

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