Elizabeth   Hunter

“Nina King was last seen outside her home in Los Angeles on November 19, 1952. She was reported missing by a neighbor. The murder of Nina King now appears to be tied to the disappearance of Los Angeles Police Detective Frank Bogle, who vanished on March 14, 1953, while investigating Miss King’s missing-person case. All of Detective Bogle’s files remain in the archives. The LAPD does not close unsolved cases, and we do not forget our own. We will follow every lead to bring closure to the family of Miss King and to determine what happened to Detective Bogle. We believe that answers in one case could lead to both cases being solved.’” The station switched to commercial as I stared at Frank, my mouth gaping. He looked up for a heartbeat, and then he was gone.”

Elizabeth Hunter, A Ghost in the Glamour: A Linx & Bogie Story
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A Ghost in the Glamour: A Linx & Bogie Story A Ghost in the Glamour: A Linx & Bogie Story by Elizabeth Hunter
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