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Crime Files

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The 26 stories in this volume feature the excitement and suspense of a first-class thriller-but they are all true. Taken from the world's most popular magazine, each are compellingly written and carefully researched by some of the world's best journalists.
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published April 26th 2004 by Readers Digest
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I finally finished reading this book, all of the chapters except the one about the burn victim as the photographs were just too graphic for me. The last two chapters were the hardest to read as they did not really hold my interest but I pushed through. One of the chapters was written by famous author Joseph Wambaugh which I did not even notice until I was skimming through the index.
Jack Lehnen
Just a good read for a sunday afternoon to see how the other half lives . Nice to see how your friends and neighbors slice , dice and plan to mutalate you while you are going about your daily business
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