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Black Dahlia Avenger by Steve Hodel

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Category:

Nonfiction

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Only one in stock, order soon

Condition:

Very Good

ISBN:

9780061139611

Publication Year:

2006

Category:

True Crime

Author:

Steve Hodel

Publisher:

Harper

Format:

Softcover

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25% off w/ $50.00 spent

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More than a week ago

Item number:

42485533

Item description

Black Dahlia Avenger by Steve Hodel This 593 page soft cover books are in Very Good condition. No writing, torn or folded pages. No spine or cover creases, minor bumps to corners. Black Dahlia Avenger: In 1947, the sadistic murder of a beautiful young woman, twenty-two-year-old Elizabeth Short, led to the largest manhunt in Los Angeles history and came to be known as the Black Dahlia murder. In the film noir streets of Los Angeles, the killer teased and taunted the police and public alike through notes written to L.A. papers, much like Jack the Ripper had done in London sixty years earlier. When the LAPD failed to solve the crime, it was passed down from year to year to crack homicide detectives, but none could ever bring the killer to justice, until now. Even more startling, a twist worthy of any great mystery novel, is the identity of the murderer: the author's own father, George Hodel, a real-life Jekyll and Hyde, a man who by day was a highly respected member of society and by night a mad, sadistic killer. Black Dahlia Avenger is the result of more than three years of meticulous investigation by Steve Hodel. At long last, he closes what has often been called "the most notorious unsolved murder of the twentieth century."
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