The Black Dahlia Files: The Mob, the Mogul, and the Murder that Transfixed Los Angeles

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Time Warner, 2006 - Murder - 402 pages
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The gruesome murder of the woman known as the Black Dahlia was one of the 20th century's greatest unsolved mysteries, and after five decades of feverish speculation, Donald Wolfe reveals not only the killer but why his identity has been covered up for so long.

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Review: The Black Dahlia Files: The Mob, the Mogul, and the Murder That Transfixed Los Angeles

User Review  - Jack Perreault - Goodreads

Larry Wolfe does a solid job of researching this heinous crime. He uncovers the corrupt politics behind the investigation and the shady dealings of the press and the police that has hindered the ... Read full review

Review: The Black Dahlia Files: The Mob, the Mogul, and the Murder That Transfixed Los Angeles

User Review  - Valerie - Goodreads

Of all the books I have read on the murder of Elizabeth Short, known as "The Black Dahlia", this one seems the most logical and makes the most sense. The author was able to access some FBI files which ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Donald H. Wolfe worked in Hollywood as a screenwriter and film editor for twenty-five years. His fascination with Marilyn Monroe began when he met her in 1958 during the filming of Some Like It Hot at the Samuel Goldwyn Studios. Wolfe lives in Georgia.

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