Zebra: the true account of the 179 days of terror in San Francisco

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R. Marek Publishers, 1979 - Social Science - 405 pages
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A terrifying chronicle of the five Blacks who, in the name of a fanatic religion preaching white hatred, randomly selected twenty-three white men, women, and children for kidnapping, robbery, rape, mutilation, and murder

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User Review  - marc_beherec - LibraryThing

Zebra, by Clark Howard, is a true-crime novel based on the so-called Zebra killings in San Francisco in 1973 and 1974. During that time, a group within the Nation of Islam calling itself the Death ... Read full review

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User Review  - Pat Shackleford - Goodreads

Not really a fan of fictional written non-fiction. Also the author should not try to insert Jive into dialogue. The story is intresting though about a black muslim offshoot that started killing with ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
9
Authors Note
16
Day Four
46
Copyright

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Clark Howard is the host of The Clark Howard Show, a featured commentator on CNN and WSB-TV in Atlanta, and a columinst with the Atlanta Journal Constitution and Budget Living magazine.

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