KATHY BOUDIN AND THE DANCE OF DEATH The Brink's Job Murders - How Did a Young Woman Who Had Everything Going for Her, Go So Wrong?

Author: Frankfort (Ellen)
Year: 1984
Publisher: Stein and Day (New York)
Edition Details: 1st Updated US p/b Edn
Book Condition: Vg+
ISBN: 0812881087
Price: 5.00
Paperback. Kathy Boudin was the most prominent political fugitive of her time. The Big Dance was the code name a group of young radicals gave to the planned armed robbery of $1,600,000 from a Brink's truck. The book is a moment-by-moment retelling of that robbery. It resulted in the killing of 2 police officers and a Brink's guard - and the capture of Kathy Boudin, who'd been in hiding over a decade, ever since she ran naked into the streets when a Weather Underground bomb factory exploded in the middle of New York City. The author reveals how and why a girl of the 1960s generation who had everything going for her, chose guns instead of flowers. With Notes. 267pp. mass market p/b. From the library of true crime writer, Wilfred Gregg, with his personal b/plate. With v. lightly browned pp., small black remainder mk. to lower edge o/w Vg+ with no creasing to covers.


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