Unsolved Crimes: Follow the Trail of the World's Most

Unsolved Crimes: Follow the Trail of the World's Most Notorious Cases [PDF / Epub] ★ Unsolved Crimes: Follow the Trail of the World's Most Notorious Cases Author John W. Wright – Thomashillier.co.uk In two men wearing police uniforms took over the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston They stole works by Degas, Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Manet and got away with the biggest art heist in history Intwo men Follow the PDF/EPUB æ wearing police uniforms took over the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston They stole works by Degas, Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Manet and got away with the biggest art heist in history InChristopher Wallace, the influential rapper known as Unsolved Crimes: PDF/EPUB ² Notorious BIG was gunned down in Los Angeles His killer remains free And these cases are just two among many When a major crime is committed, investigators search for recent hot clues to track down the culprit But what happens when Crimes: Follow the eBook ✓ the trail turns cold Many unsolved criminal cases are closed and left dormant for years On top of that, recent DNA advances and new forensic technologies are overturning guilty verdicts and creating unsolved cases Unsolved Crimes presents the victims, the details of the investigation, and the suspects in each case, and Lingering Doubts sidebars ask unanswered questions and let you assess the situation Included are sections such as Murder High school student Natalee Holloway California s Zodiac Killer the Black Dahlia Hogan s Heroes star Bob Crane Political Assassinations Communist defector Alexander Litvinenko investigative Russian journalist Anna Politkovskava Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme Pakistani leader Benazir Bhutto Kidnapping British child Madeleine McCann Minneapolis socialite Virginia Piper Moroccan leader Mehdi Ben Barka Robbery Airplane hijacker D B Cooper the heist of the Irish Crown Jewels White Collar Crime Tainted Chinese toothpaste the Vatican Bank Scandal.


10 thoughts on “Unsolved Crimes: Follow the Trail of the World's Most Notorious Cases

  1. Christina Christina says:

    It was okay More or less just a catalog of unsolved crimes.There is nothing really new or important about this book, and because there are several unanswered questions associated with these cases, the writing is quite repetitive re hashing the same few facts over and over again.This book is probably a good one to have in your collection if you are the kind of crime mystery buff who d like to cross the cases off a list as they are eventually solved if they can be solved Many of the cases ar It was okay More or less just a catalog of unsolved crimes.There is nothing really new or important about this book, and because there are several unanswered questions associated with these cases, the writing is quite repetitive re hashing the same few facts over and over again.This book is probably a good one to have in your collection if you are the kind of crime mystery buff who d like to cross the cases off a list as they are eventually solved if they can be solved Many of the cases are too old for new information or evidence to come to light.I would recommend this book to a young teenager, maybe, if he or she is just starting to become interested in crime stories and would like an introduction to true crime


  2. Stephen Stephen says:

    What can I say This was a piece of Reader s Digest fluff reading It went over old cases giving just about what you would get from Wikipedia It ranged from famous kidnapping, assassinations, to art thefts, and frauds Of course it had the infamous D.B Cooper job, and no new information, but all in all it was a fun read.


  3. Stephen Stephen says:

    Typical fluff coffee table book rehashing old cases with information that comes up in a normal google search.


  4. Amy Amy says:

    Interesting book, I liked how each case was short and to the point, great for holding the attention of my wandering mind.


  5. Nancy Nancy says:

    Most of the book was really interesting The last few chapters about fraud, etc just aren t my thing, but it s a great book Lots of interesting information.


  6. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    Nothing spectacular Quick retelling of un solved crimes No real substance Author asked un imaginative questions.


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