Gods of Death: Around the World, Behind Closed Doors, Operates an Ultra-secret Business of Sex and Death : One Man Hunts the Truth about Snuff Films

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Simon & Schuster, 1997 - Performing Arts - 306 pages
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Filming an act of sex in which someone is killed should be the stuff of morbid legend. But as Yaron Svoray, an Israeli investigative journalist discovers, snuff films are terrifyingly real. Since viewing one of these films while working on an expose of the German neo-Nazi movement, Svoray has been haunted by the knowledge of such terrifying, twisted documents. In Gods of Death, Svoray's daring and conviction propel the reader through a harrowing chase full of close calls and awful revelations at every turn. His story is a chilling one, a narrative whose unflinching detail awakens us to a nightmarish reality in which no one can be trusted and absolutes are obsolete.

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Investigative journalist Svoray, a former Israeli detective, described his infiltration of Germany's neo-Nazi movement in In Hitler's Shadow (LJ 10/15/94). The present work launches a one-man ... Read full review

Contents

Authors Note
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Beginnings
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Bangkok
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Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Yaron Svoray is an investigative journalist and the author of "In Hitler's Shadow" and "Gods of Death."
Richard Hammer is a two-time winner of the Edgar Award and is the author of more than a dozen books.

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