Bloodletters and Badmen: A Narrative Encyclopedia of American Criminals from the Pilgrims to the Present

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M. Evans and Company, 1995 - True Crime - 698 pages
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This new edition of Bloodletters and Badmen represents the book's first major revision. Now Jeffrey Dahmer, Charles Keating, David Koresh, John Wayne Gacy and scores of others join Charles Manson, Meyer Lansky, Jesse James and Al Capone in one of the biggest, most fascinating compendium of true crime ever published.

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Review: Bloodletters and Badmen: A Narrative Encyclopedia of American Criminals from the Pilgrims to the Present

User Review  - David Ward - Goodreads

Bloodletters and Badmen: A Narrative Encyclopedia of American Criminals from the Pilgrims to the Present by Jay Robert Nash (M. Evans and Co, 1973)(920). This is more info than one could ever need ... Read full review

Review: Bloodletters And Bad Men: Captian Lightfoot To Jesse James (Book 1)

User Review  - Kevin Cole - Goodreads

Before cable channels could air multiple documentaries about depraved people night after night, there was this book, a source of much guilty fascination. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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