Dillinger: The Untold Story
Indiana University Press, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 345 pages
A remarkable contemporary account of John Dillinger's career as a bank robber and his run-ins with the FBI, this book is based on information supplied by Dillinger's lawyer, Louis Piquett, and is packed with illustrations and new facts about one of history's most notorious criminals. 64 photos. 22 illustrations.
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Dillinger: the untold storyUser Review - Book Verdict
This volume on the infamous bank robber was written in the 1930s but not published until 1994. An expanded edition, this includes additional info on the charismatic criminal. Dillinger was an enigma: the Tommy gun-toting thug was seen as a sort of Robin Hood by Depression-era Americans who didn't mind his relieving banks of their money. In the end, Dillinger is just another cheap crook, although a mystique still surrounds him.
Review: Dillinger: The Untold Story, Expanded EditionUser Review - Goodreads
I've wanted to read this book for a couple of years now but because The Untold Story is higher priced than most books, I waited for a good deal to come along and I'm glad I did. The most striking part ...
PART ONE 1 The Twig Is Bent
The Quality of Mercy
And every mans hand
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