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Without A Trace

Author : Greg Aunapu
ISBN : 9780380814138
Genre : True Crime
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A chilling account of the 1974 disappearance of seventeen-year-old Amy Billig describes her mother's harrowing twenty-five year quest to find her missing child, a search that led her into the dangerous biker subculture of drugs, sex, violence, and brutality. Original.

Twilight Of Innocence

Author : James Jessen Badal
ISBN : 0873388364
Genre : True Crime
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Chronicles the events surrounding the 1951 disappearance of ten-year-old Beverly Potts in Cleveland, Ohio, discussing how it became the nation's first highly publicized missing child case and why it is still unsolved more than fifty years later.

Oblivion

Author : Harry J. Maihafer
ISBN : UVA:X004091052
Genre : Political Science
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"On Saturday, January 14, 1950, at 6:18 P.M., Cadet Richard Cox left his room at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point to go to dinner with an unidentified visitor. The man was supposedly someone Cox had known when they served in an intelligence unit in Germany. Cox never returned. In 1957, Richard Cox was declared legally dead, and the files were closed. It was as if he had vanished off the face of the earth." "Then in 1985, thirty-five years after Cox's disappearance, a retired history teacher named Marshall Jacobs decided to pursue the mystery as a research project. Through the Freedom of Information Act, he obtained voluminous once-secret files from the Army and FBI. Jacobs plunged into a labyrinthine search - and what began as a hobby became an obsession. He traveled the country interviewing witnesses from the Florida Keys to the Pacific Northwest. What he discovered were tales of murder, intrigue, and cover-up. It took more than seven years, but Jacobs eventually found the one witness who enabled him to bring the case to closure." "In Oblivion, Harry J. Maihafer tell the enthralling story of Jacob's search for Richard Cox. Its startling climax is one that readers will long remember."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Tears Of Rage

Author : John Walsh
ISBN : 9780671006693
Genre : True Crime
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The author relates the story of his son's abduction and murder

After Etan

Author : Lisa R. Cohen
ISBN : 9780446551403
Genre : Social Science
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On the morning of May 25, 1979, six-year-old Etan Patz left his apartment to go to his school bus stop. It was the first time he walked the two short blocks on his own. But he never made it to school that day. He vanished somewhere between his home and the bus stop, and was never seen again. The search for Etan quickly consumed the downtown Manhattan neighborhood where his family lived. Soon afterward, "Missing" posters with Etan's smiling face blanketed the city, followed by media coverage that turned Etan's disappearance into a national story-one that would change our cultural landscape forever. Thirty years later, May 25 is recognized as National Missing Children's Day, in Etan's honor. But despite the overwhelming publicity his case received, the public knows only a fraction of what happened. That's because the story of Etan Patz is more than a heartbreaking mystery. It is also the story of the men, women, and children who were touched by his life in the months and years after he vanished. It's the story of the agonies and triumphs of the Patz family. It's the story of the extraordinary twists and turns of federal prosecutor Stuart GraBois's relentless pursuit of his prime suspect. From GraBois's creative "outside the box" tactics, to the veteran cop who made his first pedophile bust on a dark Times Square rooftop, to the FBI rookie who cut her teeth chasing the case through the dark recesses of a child molester's mind, this is the story of all the heroic investigators who to this day, thirty years later, continue to seek justice for Etan. In AFTER ETAN, author Lisa Cohen draws on hundreds of interviews and nearly twenty years of research-including access to the personal files of the Patz family-to reveal for the first time the entire dramatic tale.

Failure Of Justice

Author : John Ferak
ISBN : 1942266472
Genre : Law
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On a chilly Nebraska evening, tenants in a downtown three-story apartment building hunkered down for a night of restful sleep. Then came the gruesome discovery. The police found Helen Wilson, a widow in her late sixties, bound, raped and slain inside apartment unit 4. Six went to prison for it, and 20 years later, the truth finally emerged...

Finding Amy

Author : Joseph K. Loughlin
ISBN : 158465533X
Genre : True Crime
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Combining the drama of a true crime story with the detail of a police procedural, Finding Amy chronicles the investigation into one of the most shocking murders in recent Maine history. Twenty-five-year-old Amy St. Laurent was attractive, intelligent, and responsible. One October evening, she went out to show a friend from Florida the exciting nightlife of Portland’s Old Port section. She played pool. She danced. And then she disappeared. The police investigation into her murder riveted the state of Maine for months. This inside account of the investigation alternates between Kate Clark Flora’s objective tale of dedicated police work and the dramatic recollections of then-Lieutenant Joseph K. Loughlin, who oversaw the case. From the first call to a Portland detective about a missing woman to the police’s growing certainty that she had been murdered, from the heroic efforts to locate the body to the flight from Maine of their chief suspect, and from the painstaking work of collecting evidence and building a case to the struggles over jurisdictional questions to the twists and turns of the eventual trial, Finding Amy is a dramatic story of brutal murder and exemplary police work.

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