The Annals of Unsolved Crime

The Annals of Unsolved Crime

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For more than 40 years, Epstein has remained a dogged investigator. From his dissection of Lee Harvey Oswald's ties to Soviet intelligence, to his account of Nixon-era crimes, as well as his widely-respected study of the CIA, Epstein has proved himself one of the most penetrating journalists in America. Epstein collects his investigations and adds dozens of new cases. From the Lindbergh Kidnapping to the JonBenet Ramsey case, from the Lincoln assassination to the death of Zia-ul-Haq, Epstein examines the world's most intriguing unsolved crimes.
Publisher: Brooklyn, NY : Melville House, 2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781612190488
1612190480
Branch Call Number: 364.1524 EPS
Characteristics: 347 p. ; 24 cm.

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hesselugano
Mar 24, 2016

I first saw Edward J Epstein in one of the Ethics In America Series, "Anatomy of a Corporate Takeover" where he contributed his analysis of business ethics.. He ran his own publishing company EJE Publications. He seems an eclectic writer, but an astute one, I recommend this book for EJE's analysis of famous crimes, people wishing to read lurid sensational details can research those crimes on the internet..

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moviefan01
Jun 04, 2013

I enjoyed this book only somewhat. The crime overview sections were okay, but it seemed basic and not all that well developed. It's certainly readable and easy to follow, but are we learning anything new? A much better read would be Bill James' Popular Crime,
which covers American crimes in much
more detail.

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