The ​Cases That Haunt Us 1 csillagozás

John Douglas – Mark Olshaker: The Cases That Haunt Us John Douglas – Mark Olshaker: The Cases That Haunt Us John Douglas – Mark Olshaker: The Cases That Haunt Us

Some crimes, solved and unsolved, won’t go away; they remain the subjects of our collective fascination. Jack the Ripper, Lizzie Borden, JonBenet Ramsey, and the Lindbergh baby are good examples, and are among the cases examined and re-investigated here using modern techniques and Douglas’s own profiling expertise. The results are gripping, intriguing, and stand to upset many of our accepted ideas about what might really have happened.

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 2000

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Simon & Schuster, New York, 2012
352 oldal · ISBN: 9781471108341
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Pocket Books, New York, 2001
512 oldal · ISBN: 0671017063
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Scribner, New York, 2001
512 oldal · ASIN: B000FBJGTA

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That fall there was a development that completely shook up the investigation. First, the Zodiac sent a Halloween card and a personal threat that proclaimed, „YOU ARE DOOMED!” to Paul Avery, the lead investigate reporter on the case at the Chronicle. Avery began carrying a gun, and he and fellow reporters started wearing buttons reading „I Am Not Paul Avery.”

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