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The Mammoth Book of Famous Trials

The Mammoth Book of Famous Trials by Roger Wilkes
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The 35 most famous trials of the 20th century, as recorded by the people who were there including Truman Capote, Norman Mailer, Brian Masters, Damon Runyon and other star turns in true crime writing.

Among the cases featured: the longest ever US trial, of deadly duo Bianchi and Buono for the Hillside Stranglings of 12 young women; Brady and Hindley -- the iconic case of multiple child murder by a couple obsessed with sadism, Nazism and pornography; America's trial of the 1990s -- O.J. Simpson; the media frenzy around Bruno Hauptmann's alleged kidnap and murder of the infant son of American hero, Charles Lindbergh; gagged press during the 1968 trial of eleven-year-old Mary Bell, convicted for killing two little boys; Oscar Wilde -- one of the earliest trials to earn blanket press coverage; and the nine-month trial of 'one of the most evil, satanic men who ever walked the face of the earth', Charles Manson.
Constable & Robinson; September 2011
300 pages; ISBN 9781780333724
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Title: The Mammoth Book of Famous Trials
Author: Roger Wilkes
 
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