THE STRANGLER The Story of Terror in Boston

Author: Banks (Harold K.)
Year: 1968
Publisher: Mayflower
Edition Details: UK Reprint (1st pub. 1967)
Book Condition: Vg.
Price: 5.00
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Paperbackj. Reprint. Thirteen women - victims of a terrifying and baffling series of sex-murders since Jack the Ripper. By their horrifying details, these ghastly crimes were apparently the work of one man, the man who soon became known as 'The Boston Strangler', who for 3yrs held the entire female population of a great city in the grip of terror, and totally baffled the best police-brains in the country. Not only were top detectives involved, an eminent criminal psychologist was drawn-in as was a Dutch psychic genius credited with extraordinary powers of 'vision'. Finally, an obscure sex-criminal, Albert DeSalvo confessed to all the killings. Here, often in the confessor's own words, is the fully-documented story of the case millions were talking about. 238pp. mass market p/back. V.v. lightly browned pp. Vg.

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