THE LINDBERGH KIDNAPING(sic) CASE The True Story Of the Crime That Shocked The World

Author: Demaris (Ovid)
Year: 1961
Publisher: Monarch Books
Edition Details: 1st US Edn.
Book Condition: Vg+
Price: 10.00
Paperback. From the beginning, the Lindbergh kidnapping case was different from any other. Violet Sharpe, a maid, was never really involved, yet she committed suicide. Gaston B. Means, bagman for the corrupt forces in the Harding administration, forced his way into the picture as an unofficial g0-between. Salvatore Spitale and Irving Bitz, nationally known as gangsters, were brought in as ambassadors to and from the underworld. John F. Condon, a mild, retired teacher acted as the ransom pay-off man, catapulting himself into prominence under his code name "Jafsie." Even the Purple Gang and the Al Capone mob were thought to be involved, but only one man - a lone wolf - was ever implicated...the infamous Bruno Hauptmann. 144pp. mass market p/back. With the usual lightly browned pp. o/w Vg+ with no obvious creasing to covers, just a little shelfwear.


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