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Justice at Nuremberg / by Conot, Robert E.;
Here, for the first time in one volume, is the full story of the crimes committed by the Nazi leaders and of the trials in which they were brought to judgment. Conot reconstructs in a single narrative not only the events at Nuremberg but the offenses with which the accused were charged. He characterizes each of the twenty-one defendants, presenting each case and inspecting carefully the process of indictment, prosecution, defense and sentencing.--From publisher description.[Pt]. 1. Crime and punishment. Escape from Auschwitz ; The sword of justice ; The accused -- [Pt]. 2. Interrogation and indictment. The prisoners of Ashcan ; The documentation division ; Goering and Hess : the flight from reality ; Ribbentrop : the wandering Aryan ; Jackson : the labors of Hercules ; The judges ; Ley : the disaster of anti-Semitism ; The Krupp fiasco ; Attorneys for the defense ; Discord on the prosecution ; The eve of trial -- [Pt]. 3. Prosecution. The conspiracy ; "A ring of evil men" : the Röhm Purge ; The Hossbach meeting : a split in the alliance ; Goering's coup : the Blomberg-Fritsch crisis ; Goering as Machiavelli : the Anschluss ; Conflict : Donovan versus Jackson ; The rape of Czechoslovakia ; Kristallnacht : the plot against the Jews ; Schacht : an economy in ruins ; "War is still a law of nature" : the Moscow Pact ; Keitel and Jodl : "a child's game in a sandbox" ; "The train of the dead" ; The ravages of euthanasia ; Frank : the ant and the aphid ; Barbarossa : the commissar and partisan orders ; Einsatzgruppen ; Speer and Sauckel : slave labor ; "The final solution of the Jewish question" ; Partisan warfare ; The perversion of German medicine ; "Night and fog," and counterterror ; War crimes ; "A most terrible and convincing case" -- [Pt]. 4. Defense. The catlike elephant : Goering ; The faithful followers : Hess and Ribbentrop ; "Destiny took its tragic course" : Keitel ; A breath of ashes : Kaltenbrunner ; "A thousand years of guilt" : Rosenberg and Frank ; The venomous vulgarian : Streicher ; An irregular witness : Frick and Schacht ; Blood on the gold : Funk ; A question of equivocation : Doenitz and Raeder ; The American : Schirach ; The political general : Jodl ; The fox and the goat : Speer and Sauckel ; Step by step : Seyss-Inquart, Papen, Neurath, and Fritzsche ; The Katyn Forest Massacre ; The poisoned chalice : the case of the organizations ; A mad and melancholy record ; Epitaph on ideals -- [Pt]. 5. Judgment. Deliberation ; Verdict ; Execution ; Requiem for the Reich.Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946.; World War, 1939-1945; War crime trials;
© 2009, c1983., Basic Books,
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Flyboys : a true story of courage / by Bradley, James,1954-; Hachette Audio (Firm),publisher.;
Read by the author.The story of Japanese and American fighter pilots and their battle over the Pacific during the Second World War. Focusing primarily on nine American pilots who were gunned down and captured by the Japanese on the isolated island of Chichi Jim, Bradley reveals the unsettling fate of these captured men, a story kept secret for sixty years.
Subjects: Audiobooks.; World War, 1939-1945; World War, 1939-1945; World War, 1939-1945; Air pilots, Military; Prisoners of war; Prisoners of war; War crime trials;
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True crime in the Civil War : cases of murder, treason, counterfeiting, massacre, plunder, & abuse / by Buhk, Tobin T.;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 267-299) and index.Preface -- Introduction the criminal state of the union -- Inside Castle Thunder, notorious Richmond prison -- Sam Upham's counterfeiting scheme -- Benjamin Butler, Beast of New Orleans -- The sack of Athens and the court-martial of Col. J. B. Turchin -- Feuding generals : the murder of Bull Nelson and the Walker-Marmaduke Duel -- The Faulkner outrage and Detroit's draft riot -- The slaying of the Beckham family -- The Lawrence Massacre and the not-so-civil war of Quantrill, Anderson, and the James Brothers -- The murder of Gen. Earl van Dorn -- No quarter : Bedford Forrest and the Fort Pillow Massacre -- Manhattan burning : the rebel arson plot -- Sue Mundy, terror of Kentucky -- The trial of the Lincoln assassination conspirators -- Fifty-three counts of murder : Champ Ferguson's private war -- Murder or misadventure? : Temperance Neely kills her former slave -- The war crimes trial of Andersonville's controversial commandant.Shows how the American Civil War created new opportunities for crime from revenge against personal enemies, counterfeiting, plunder, and abuse to massacre, and discusses the draft riot in Detroit, the Fort pillow Massacre, the rebel plot to burn New York City, and more.
Subjects: Civil-military relations; War crimes; Trials (Military offenses);
© c2012., Stackpole Books,
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True Crime in the Civil War : Cases of Murder, Treason, Counterfeiting, Massacre, Plunder & Abuse. by Buhk, Tobin T.;
Preface -- Introduction the criminal state of the union -- Inside Castle Thunder, notorious Richmond prison -- Sam Upham's counterfeiting scheme -- Benjamin Butler, Beast of New Orleans -- The sack of Athens and the court-martial of Col. J.B. Turchin -- Feuding generals : the murder of Bull Nelson and the Walker-Marmaduke Duel -- The Faulkner outrage and Detroit's draft riot -- The slaying of the Beckham family -- The Lawrence Massacre and the not-so-civil war of Quantrill, Anderson, and the James Brothers -- The murder of Gen. Earl van Dorn -- No quarter : Bedford Forrest and the Fort Pillow Massacre -- Manhattan burning : the rebel arson plot -- Sue Mundy, terror of Kentucky -- The trial of the Lincoln assassination conspirators -- Fifty-three counts of murder : Champ Ferguson's private war -- Murder or misadventure? : Temperance Neely kills her former slave -- The war crimes trial of Andersonville's controversial commandant. Shows how the American Civil War created new opportunities for crime from revenge against personal enemies, counterfeiting, plunder, and abuse to massacre, and discusses the draft riot in Detroit, the Fort pillow Massacre, the rebel plot to burn New York City, and more.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
On-line resources: http://libproxy.kirtland.edu:2048/login?url=https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/kirtland-ebooks/detail.action?docID=5253555 -- Available online. Click here to access.;
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Crime and punishment in America / by Wolcott, David B.; Head, Tom.aut;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 385-404) and index.Old crimes in the New World: 1500-1699 -- A new system of justice: 1700-1789 -- The American experiment: 1790-1829 -- The American city: 1830-1854 -- A nation dissolved: 1855-1869 -- East and West: 1870-1889 -- The Gilded Age and Progressive Era: 1890-1913 -- Bootleggers and G-men: 1914-1933 -- World War II and the Cold War: 1934-1957 -- Civil disobedience and civic reform: 1958-1970 -- A crisis of confidence: 1971-1981 -- Responding to urban crime: 1982-1992 -- Crime and justice as public issues: 1993 to present.Surveys the history of criminal justice and punishment in the United States, drawing on source materials ranging from the 1654 Maryland Public Morality Codes to trial transcripts from the O.J. Simpson Trial.
Subjects: Crime; Criminal justice, Administration of; Punishment; Crime; Administration of criminal justice; Punishment;
© 2010., Checkmark Books,
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Bridge to the sun : [electronic resource] : The secret role of the Japanese Americans who fought in the Pacific in World War II. by Henderson, Bruce.; Nishii, Brian.;
Narrator: Brian Nishii.One of the last, great untold stories of World War II—kept hidden for decades—even after most of the World War II records were declassified in 1972, many of the files remained untouched in various archives—a gripping true tale of courage and adventure from Bruce Henderson, master storyteller, historian, and New York Times best-selling author of Sons and Soldiers—the saga of the Japanese American U.S. Army soldiers who fought in the Pacific theater, in Burma, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, with their families back home in America, under U.S. Executive Order 9066, held behind barbed wire in government internment camps.  After Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. military was desperate to find Americans who spoke Japanese to serve in the Pacific war. They soon turned to the Nisei—first-generation U.S. citizens whose parents were immigrants from Japan. Eager to prove their loyalty to America, several thousand Nisei—many of them volunteering from the internment camps where they were being held behind barbed wire—were selected by the Army for top-secret training, then were rushed to the Pacific theater. Highly valued as expert translators and interrogators, these Japanese American soldiers operated in elite intelligence teams alongside Army infantrymen and Marines on the front lines of the Pacific war, from Iwo Jima to Burma, from the Solomons to Okinawa.   Henderson reveals, in riveting detail, the harrowing untold story of the Nisei and their major contributions in the war of the Pacific, through six Japanese American soldiers. After the war, these soldiers became translators and interrogators for war crime trials, and later helped to rebuild Japan as a modern democracy and a pivotal U.S. ally.Requires OverDrive Listen (file size: N/A KB) or OverDrive app (file size: 360654 KB).
Subjects: Electronic books.; Nonfiction.; History.;
© 2022., Random House Audio,
On-line resources: http://link.overdrive.com/?websiteID=130119&titleID=8720788 -- Click to access digital title in OverDrive.;
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Crime types and criminals / by Hagan, Frank E.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 410-445) and index.Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1: Introduction -- Criminology -- Fads and fashions in crime -- Crime file 1-1: FBI's ten most wanted fugitives -- Emergence of criminology -- Crime and deviance -- Sumner's types of norms -- Mala in se and mala prohibita -- Social change and the emergence of law -- Crime file 1-2: Crimes of the twentieth century -- Consensus versus conflict model of law -- Crime and criminal law -- Who defines crime? criminological definitions -- Crime problem -- Cost of crime -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions -- 2: General Characteristics Of Crime And Criminals -- Caution in interpreting crime data -- International variations in crime -- Prevalence of crime -- Trends in crime -- Age and crime -- Crime file 2-1: What is the relationship between age and crime? -- Gender differences in criminality -- Social class and crime -- Race and crime -- Crime file 2-2: Racial profiling -- Crime file 2-3: Native Americans and crime -- Regional variation in crime -- Urban/rural differences -- Institutions and crime -- Family and crime -- Education and crime -- Religion and crime -- War and crime -- Economy and crime -- Mass media and crime -- Criminal typologies -- Crime types 2-1: Some sociological typologies of criminal behavior -- Critique of typologies -- Defense of typologies -- Criminal behavior systems -- Theoretical range and criminological explanation -- Global fallacy -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions -- 3: Overview Of Theory In Criminology -- Major theoretical approaches -- Demonological theory--Classical and neo-classical theory -- Crime file 3-1: Justifications for punishment -- Ecological theory -- Forerunners of modern criminological thought -- Economic theory -- Positivism -- Biological theory -- Psychological theory -- Crime file 3-2: Insanity defense -- Mainstream sociological theory -- Critical sociological theory -- Integrated theories of crime -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions -- 4: Violent Crime -- History of violence in the United States -- Murder and mayhem -- Types of murders: multicide -- Crime types 4-1: Types of multiple murders: multicide -- Crime types 4-2: Types of serial murders -- Crime file 4-1: Virginia Tech massacre -- Crime file 4-2: DC snipers, BTK killer, and the Red Lake massacre -- Victim precipitation -- Crime types 4-3: Types of victims -- Typology of violent offenders -- Crime types 4-4: Types of violent offenders -- Legal aspects -- Homicide and assault statistics -- Patterns and trends in violent crime -- Workplace violence -- School violence -- Crime file 4-3: Deadly lessons: the secret service study of school shooters -- Guns -- Sexual assault -- Acquaintance rape -- Amir vs Brownmiller -- Rape as a violent act -- Crime types 4-5: Types of rapes and rapists -- Robbery -- Crime file 4-4: Name that bank robber -- Conklin's typology of robbers -- Crime types 4-6: Types of robbers -- Domestic violence -- Child abuse -- Spouse abuse -- Elder abuse -- Kidnapping -- Crime file 4-5: Bogeyman: online sexual predators -- Criminal careers of violent offenders -- Culture of violence -- Subculture of violence -- Career criminals/violent predators -- Crime types 4-7: Types of career criminals -- Societal reaction -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions -- 5: Property Crime: Occasional, Conventional And Professional -- Occasional property crimes -- Shoplifting -- Crime types 5-1: Types of shoplifters -- Vandalism -- Crime types 5-2: Types of vandals -- Crime file 5-1: Graffiti -- Motor vehicle theft -- Crime types 5-3: Types of auto theft -- Check forgery -- Crime types 5-4: Types of check forgers -- Conventional property crimes -- Burglary -- Crime types 5-5: Types of burglars -- Fencing operations -- Stings -- Larceny/theft -- Arson: a special-category offense -- Crime types 5-6: Types of arson -- Criminal careers of occasional and conventional property criminals -- Crime types 5-7: Occasional vs conventional criminals -- Societal reaction -- Professional crime -- Concept of "professional crime" -- Characteristics of professional crime -- Argot -- Model of professional crime -- Edelhertz's typology -- Crime types 5-8: Examples from Edelhertz's (1970) categories of white collar crimes (professional crime) -- Scams -- Big cons -- Maurer's the big con -- Identity theft -- Ponzi schemes -- Pyramid schemes -- Religious cons -- Crime file 5-2: Emerging patterns of professional crime -- Boosters -- Crime file 5-3: Shoplifting -- Cannons -- Professional burglars -- Box man -- Professional fence -- Crime types 5-9: Types of fences -- Paper hangers -- Crime file 5-4: Intellectual property theft -- Crime file 5-5: Busting the biggest band of cable pirates in US history -- Professional robbers -- Professional arsonists -- Professional auto theft rings -- Crime file 5-6: Car cloning: a new twist on an old crime -- Professional killers -- Criminal careers of professionals -- Societal reaction -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions.6: White Collar Crime: Occupational And Corporate -- White collar crime-the classic statement -- Related concepts -- Measurement and cost of occupational and corporate crime -- History of corporate, organizational, and occupational crime -- Crime types 6-1: Organizational/occupational crime grid -- Legal regulation -- Occupations and the law -- Organizations and the law -- Occupational crime -- Crimes by employees -- Crime types 6-2: Edelhertz's (1970) typology of white collar crime -- Crimes by employees against individuals (the public) -- Crimes by employees against employees -- Crimes by employees against organizations -- Crimes by individuals (or members of occupations) -- Corporate crime -- Crimes by organizations/corporations against individuals (the public) -- Crime file 6-1: Financial crimes: FBI releases annual report to the public -- Crime file 6-2: Great saving and loan scandal: the biggest white collar crime in US history -- Crime file 6-3: Donora fluoride death fog: a secret history of America's worst air pollution disaster -- Crimes by organizations against employees -- Crimes by organizations (corporations) against organizations -- Crime file 6-4: Pirates of the internet: criminal Warez groups -- Criminal careers of occupational and organizational offenders -- Corporate environment and crime -- Corporate concentration -- Rationalizations -- Societal reaction -- Why the leniency in punishment? -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions -- 7: Political Crime And Terrorism -- Ideology -- Political crime: a definition -- Legal aspects -- Nuremburg principle -- Universal declaration of human rights -- International law -- Crimes by government -- Secret police -- Human rights violations -- Patriarchal crime -- Genocide -- Crimes by police -- Illegal surveillance, disruption, and experiments -- Scandal -- Crime file 7-1: White House crime and scandal: from Washington to George W Bush -- Crimes against government -- Protest and dissent -- Social movements -- Assassination -- Crime types 7-1: Types of assassins -- Espionage -- Crimes types 7-2: Types of spies -- Crime file 7-2: Hannsen spy case -- Political "whistle-blowing" -- Terrorism -- Crime types 7-3: Types of terrorists -- Crime file 7-3: Turner diaries, Z0G, and the silent brotherhood-the order -- Criminal careers of political criminals -- Doctrine of Raison d'Etat -- Terrorism and social policy -- Societal reaction -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions -- 8: Organized Crime -- Organized crime: a problematic definition -- Sources of information on organized crime -- Types of organized crime (generic definitions) -- Crime types 8-1: Albini's basic types of organized crime -- Organized crime continuum -- Street gangs -- Crime types 8-2: Types of gang members -- International organized crime -- Yakuza -- Chinese triad societies -- Russian organized crime -- Nature of organized crime -- Ethnicity and organized crime -- Money laundering -- Drug trafficking -- Colombian cartels -- Underground empire -- Theories of the nature of syndicate crime in the United States -- Crime file 8-1: Origin of the mafia -- Cosa Nostra theory (the Cressey model) -- Patron theory (the Albini model) -- Italian-American syndicate (IAS) -- Classic pattern of organized crime -- Strategic and tactical crimes -- Illegal businesses and activities -- Crime file 8-2: Snakeheads and software mobsters -- Crime file 8-3: Mobsters, unions, and the feds -- Big business and government -- Brief history of organized crime in the United States -- Before 1930 -- Luciano period -- Genovese period -- Apalachian meetings -- Gambino period -- Commission trials -- Criminal careers of organized criminals -- Public and legal reaction -- Drug control strategies -- Investigative procedures -- Laws and organized crime -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions -- 9: Public Order Crime -- Nuts, guts, sluts, and "preverts" -- Broken windows -- Prostitution -- Types of prostitution -- Crime types 9-1: Types of prostitution -- Massage parlors -- Johns -- Underaged prostitutes -- Homosexual behavior -- Crime types 9-2: Types of homosexuals -- Sexual offenses -- Paraphilia -- Crime types 9-3: Types of paraphilia -- Nonvictimless sexual offenses -- Sexual predators -- Crime file 9-1: Child sexual abuse by Catholic priests -- Crime types 9-4: Types of child molesters -- Crime file 9-2: Cracking down on sexual predators on the internet -- Incest -- Characteristics of sex offenders -- Drug abuse -- Drugs and history -- Crime file 9-3: Moral panics and the strange career of Captain Richmond Hobson-moral entrepreneur -- Drug use in the United States: the drug dip? -- Drug abuse and crime -- Drunkenness -- Special populations -- Societal reaction -- Overcriminalization -- Decriminalization -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions -- 10: Computer Crime And The Future Of Crime -- Computer crime -- Types of computer crime -- Crime types 10-1: Types of computer crime -- Crime file 10-1: Operation: Bot roast: bot-herders charged as part of initiative -- Argot of computer crime -- Online predators -- Crime file 10-2: Protecting children in cyberspace: the ICAC task force program -- Cyberterrorism -- Public and legal reaction -- Crime file 10-3: Cyberspace security: breaking ground in the new frontier -- Crime file 10-4: Fine point: mapping intel sources -- Future of crime -- Predicting the future of crime: methods -- Other crime predictions -- Crimewarps -- Future of digital crime -- Other predictions -- British home office predictions -- Crime file 10-5: Anticipating future trends in crime and disorder audits -- Summary -- Key concepts -- Review questions -- Glossary -- References -- Index -- About the author.From the Publisher: Crime and Criminals is an essentials introduction to the study of criminology, focusing on crime types in particular. The book aims to provide broader coverage of all major crime types, as well as brief coverage of research methods and theory. The book can be used as both a stand alone and supplementary text in courses such as introduction to criminology, crime and society, deviant behavior, crime profiling, and many other seminars within the criminology and criminal justice discipline. Unlike many of the current criminology books on the market, this is a brief book that really talks about all kinds of crime and criminals in detail in a way to capture and retain student interest.
Subjects: Criminal psychology.; Criminal behavior.; Criminology.;
© ©2010., Sage Publications,
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American heiress : the wild saga of the kidnapping, crimes and trial of Patty Hearst / by Toobin, Jeffrey.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 352-355) and index.Prologue -- Nervous breakdown nation -- From inside the trunk -- The SLA -- The point of no return -- Prisoner of war -- Not just a bunch of nuts -- Three hundred bald men -- "I'm a strong woman" -- The birth of Tania -- Stay and fight -- Common criminals -- Showdown at Mel's -- Live on television -- Apocalypse on Fifty-Fourth Street -- "The gentlest, most beautiful man" -- Jack Scott makes an offer -- Road trip -- The streets of Sacramento -- Death of a "bourgeois pig" -- Feminist bomb-making -- Freeze! -- "There will be a revolution in Amerikkka and we'll be helping to make it" -- "Your ever-loving momma and poppa care about the truth" -- More excited than scared -- The search for old McMonkey -- The verdict -- "Favoring the rich over the poor" -- Aftermath."On February 4, 1974, Patty Hearst, a sophomore in college and heiress to the Hearst family fortune, was kidnapped by a ragtag group of self-styled revolutionaries calling itself the Symbionese Liberation Army. The already sensational story took the first of many incredible twists on April 3, when the group released a tape of Patty saying she had joined the SLA and had adopted the nom de guerre 'Tania'. The weird turns of the tale are truly astonishing -- the Hearst family trying to secure Patty's release by feeding all the people of Oakland and San Francisco for free ; the bank security cameras capturing "Tania" wielding a machine gun during a robbery; cast of characters including everyone from Bill Walton to the Black Panthers to Ronald Reagan to F. Lee Bailey; the largest police shoot-out in American history; the first breaking news event to be broadcast live on television stations across the country; Patty's year on the lam, running from authorities; and her circus like trial, filled with theatrical courtroom confrontations and a dramatic last-minute reversal, after which the term 'Stockholm syndrome' entered the lexicon. The saga of Patty Hearst highlighted a decade in which America seemed to be suffering a collective nervous breakdown. Based on more than a hundred interviews and thousands of previously secret documents, American Heiress thrillingly recounts the craziness of the times (there were an average of 1,500 terrorist bombings a year in the early 1970s). Toobin portrays the lunacy of the half-baked radicals of the SLA and the toxic mix of sex, politics, and violence that swept up Patty Hearst and re-creates her melodramatic trial. American Heiress examines the life of a young woman who suffered an unimaginable trauma and then made the stunning decision to join her captors' crusade. Or did she?" -- Book jacket.
Subjects: Biographies.; Hearst, Patricia, 1954-; Hearst, Patricia, 1954-; Symbionese Liberation Army.; Kidnapping victims; Stockholm syndrome; Trials (Robbery); Nineteen seventies.;
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The 1930s / by Gerdes, Louise.;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 356-359) and index.
Subjects: Nineteen thirties.;
© c2000., Greenhaven Press,
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The murder of the century : the Gilded Age crime that scandalized a city and sparked the tabloid wars / by Collins, Paul,1969-;
Includes bibliographical references and index.On Long Island, a farmer finds a duck pond turned red with blood. On the Lower East Side, two boys playing at a pier discover a floating human torso wrapped tightly in oilcloth. Blueberry pickers near Harlem stumble upon neatly severed limbs in an overgrown ditch. Clues to a horrifying crime are turning up all over New York, but the police are baffled: There are no witnesses, no motives, no suspects. The grisly finds that began on the afternoon of June 26, 1897, plunged detectives headlong into the era's most baffling murder mystery. Seized upon by battling media moguls Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst, the case became a publicity circus. Reenactments of the murder were staged in Times Square, armed reporters lurked in the streets of Hell's Kitchen in pursuit of suspects, and an unlikely trio, a hard luck cop, a cub reporter, and an eccentric professor, all raced to solve the crime. What emerged was a sensational love triangle and an even more sensational trial: an unprecedented capital case hinging on circumstantial evidence around a victim whom the police couldn't identify with certainty, and who the defense claimed wasn't even dead. This book is a tale of America during the Gilded Age and a colorful re creation of the tabloid wars that have dominated media to this day.The Victim. -- The mystery of the river -- A detective reads the paper -- The jigsaw man -- The wrecking crew -- Jill the Ripper -- The Suspects. -- The baker in Hell's Kitchen -- The undertaker's neighbor -- The widow's friend -- The disappearing shoemaker -- The silent customer -- The Indictment. -- A case of life and death -- Heads or tails -- Queen of the tombs -- The high roller -- Klondike Willie -- The Trial. -- Corpus delicti -- Covered in blood -- Caught in the headlight -- Scythe and saw -- A wonderful murder -- The Verdict. -- Mrs. Nack's office -- The smoker to Sing Sing -- A job for Smith and Jones -- A story of life in New York -- Carry out your own dead -- The last man standing.
Subjects: Nack, Augusta.; Murder; Crimes of passion; Tabloid newspapers;
© c2011., Broadway Paperbacks,
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