Severed: The True Story of the Black Dahlia

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Amok Books, 2006 - History - 238 pages
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Offers a documented and reasoned solution to one of the strangest of all unsolved murders in the annals of modern crime, the murder of aspiring starlet Elizabeth Short in Los Angeles in 1947.
 

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User Review  - scorpiocurse - LibraryThing

Something about this woman caught my eye on a website many years back, I think she is very striking and to learn of her brutal murder was very sad. As a very high profile case it wasn't hard to find ... Read full review

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User Review  - dara85 - LibraryThing

This book gives some insight into Elizabeth Short's activities before she was murdered and left in a vacant lot. The author gives his idea of who he thinks commited this heinous crime. This includes very gruesome photos of the victim. Read full review

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Afterword
The Girl With the Flowers in Her Hair
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About the Author
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John Gilmore was born and raised in Hollywood and has worked as a child actor, a stage and motion picture player, poet, screenwriter, low-budget film director, journalist, true-crime writer and novelist. He has headed the writing program at Antioch Univer

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