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Bitter Sweet. The Case of L'Oreal, Nazis, and the Arab Boycott.

By: Bar-Zohar, Michael.

Price: $22.00

Publisher: New York, E. P. Dutton:

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 002584

ISBN: 525-94068-5

Dust jacket and book good+ condition. CR 1996, 264 pages with index. The story of how L'Oreal became a haven for ex-Nazis. Reveals the alliance that L'Oreal forged with the Arab Boycott Bureau. It brings to light the secret link between L'Oreal high command and the President of France, Francois Mitterand. An excellent read of intrigue, violence, and suspense more riveting than the most spellbinding fiction. Written on the inside of the front cover of the book; "Strong alliance between France and the Middle East makes France a very lukewarm member of the international community when e... View more info

Helter Skelter.

By: Bugliosi, Vincent with Curt Gentry.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Published by W.W.Norton,:

Seller ID: 000725

CR 1974, stated 1st edition, 502 pages w/index. Dust jacket has many tears, book and covers good. True story of the Manson Murders. Bugliosi was the prosecutor of the Tate-LaBlanca trials. History, Americana, murders, Manson murders, cults. View more info

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Professional Criminals of America - 1886.

By: Byrnes, Thomas.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Published by Chelsea House, CR 1969,:

Seller ID: 001893

CR 1969 with 433 pages. Yellow covers, slight soil, overall good+. Large book. Author was Police Inspector and Chief of Detectives in New York City from 1880 to 1895. Introduction by Arthur M. Schlessinger, Jr., a nd S.J. Perelman. True crime stories, list of fugitives from every State in the Union, lists of prisons. Professional criminals are listed with a short bio and photos. History, Americana, New England, crime, true crime, criminals. View more info

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In Cold Blood.

By: Capote, Truman.

Price: $80.00

Publisher: New York, Random House:

Edition: Stated first Edition

Seller ID: 002860

A True Account of a Multiple Murder and Its Consequences. CR 1965, maroon covers with initials "TC" on front cover, no dust jacket, front pastedown the front left maroon paper has ben torn out, 343 pages, all clean and good+ condition. View more info

Incident at Big Sky.

By: France, Johnny and McConnell, Malcolm.

Price: $24.00

Publisher: New York, W.W. Norton:

Edition: Stated first Edition

Seller ID: 002455

True story of Sheriff France and the capture of the mountain men. Dust jacket has tears, otherwise good+ condition. CR 1986, 285 pages. Black and white photos in center of book. A young woman, Olympic athlete Kari Swenson, was kidnapped at gun point. A manhunt that featured FBI teams, helicopters, electronic aids, and massive manpower, ended with the local sheriff, Johnny France, tracking Kari and the two mountain men who had taken her. View more info

The Man Who Wanted Seven Wives.

By: Lyle, Katie Letcher.

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Charleston, West Virginia, Quarrier Press:

Edition: Second Edition, First Printing

Seller ID: 002852

The Greenbriar Ghost and the Famous Murder Mystery of 1897. Shiny Dust jacket, all very good condition. Signed on title page by Lyle. CR 1999, 201 pages, map of area on frontis, black and white photos and text cuts. A true murder mystery of a bride of 3 months who was murdered, came back as a ghost and described what had happened to her and who did it. View more info

Investigating Gunpowder Plot.

By: Nicholls, Mark.

Price: $24.00

Publisher: Manchester, England, Manchester University Press:

Edition: Believe to be a First Edition

Seller ID: 002570

ISBN: 0-7190-3225-3

CR 1991, 254 pages with bibliography, 254 pages with three appendices, and one table. Dust jacket and book very good condition. Printed in Great Britain. A complex tale of treachery, suspicion, rebellion and retribution. The Jacobean government tracked down the guilty men and brought them to justice. The bloody execution of Guy Faukes and his fellow conspirators in 1606 does not end this story. The ninth Earl of Northumberland was seen as the logical choice for a protector of the realm, but due to the blast was imprisioned for 16 years on suspicion of complicity. Nicholls cuts through ... View more info

My Life and Crimes

By: Reynolds, Reginald

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Published by Jarrolds in London, 1956,:

Seller ID: 001699

260 pages with index. Dust jacket has slight tears, otherwise good+. Autobiography of better known episodes in his life and concentrates on dark thread of Original Sin which is sinister link between a small boy who used to steal screws and went to prison for riding a bike without a light. History. Autobiography, England, crimes. View more info