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Newton, Michael, 1951– The encyclopedia of unsolved crimes, Michael .
Newton, Michael, 1951– The encyclopedia of unsolved crimes, Michael Newton. Please call our Special Sales Department in New York.
This book is all about unsolved crimes and there are alot of people in the book that are not famous. to go along with this one and I recommend them all. They are all great reading and alot of the stories leave you wondering "Why?". The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes (Facts on File Crime Library).
p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-8160-4980-7 (hc : alk. paper) ISBN: 0-8160-4981-5 (pbk) 1. Crime-Encyclopedias.
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Start by marking The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes as Want to Read . Too many personal opinions and facts spliced with fiction. It should be titled "The History of Unsolved Crimes According to Michael Newton Even if it's Incorrect. To the garbage bin this goes.
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More than 800 unsolved cases that continue to baffle investigators. When it comes to crime, truth is often stranger than fiction. Many of the cases that have stumped investigators are among the strangest on record
More than 800 unsolved cases that continue to baffle investigators. Many of the cases that have stumped investigators are among the strangest on record. Whether due to a lack of leads and evidence or to bizarre and baffling circumstances, many of the mysteries presented in this book have remained unsolved despite years of investigation by qualified law enforcement agents. Several of them have become legendary and drawn the attention of amateur sleuths around the world, but still they remain open.
This Encyclopedia presents readers with the facts, evidences and theories of more than 800 cases. I repeat: more than 800 cases.
Michael Newton (born 1951) 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 1977.
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