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Blinded Sight: Murder, Mayhem, Riot and Revolution-Ann Arbor in the 1960's

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In the late 1960’s, Ann Arbor, Michigan was at the center of a series of brutal serial murders. Over the course of two years, seven young women would lose their lives.
At the same time, the city was experiencing a cultural overhaul that would turn the staid and conservative seat of Washtenaw County into a hotbed of radical ideas and practices that was creating a Mecca for
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Kindle Edition, 270 pages
Published November 10th 2012 (first published January 1st 2012)
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Wava Turbeville
Oct 06, 2013 Wava Turbeville rated it really liked it
I had never heard of the blind pig ruse to operate a bar, so the book grabbed my attention from the start. It is choke full of trivia that I had been unaware of. I got a real good sense of Ann Arbor in the 60’s. The author painted a vivid image of the place and time. There are innumerable formatting issues however. This was not a big deal to me but I do believe the more delicate among us will have trouble staying focused when the paragraphs indent for no reason or turn to bold and then back to ...more
Lynn
Jun 01, 2015 Lynn rated it it was ok
A very odd and only partially likeable combination of The Michigan Murders, a history of SDS and the White Panthers Party as a view of Ann Arbor's transformation from a sleepy college town to a cosmopolitan locale for top-rate thinkers, doers, and entertainment= liberalism.
Nick Park
Aug 27, 2013 Nick Park rated it liked it
There's actually an interesting story here, but it is let down by basic spelling mistakes and misplaced apostrophes. Needs a proof reader and an editor.
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