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Sarah's Marathon Diary: Between The Moon And New York City

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I would start with John Douglas's "The Cases That Haunt Us," which is also excellent on Jack the Ripper, Laurie Bembenek, the Black Dahlia, and others. Then Jim Fisher's books, although "The Ghosts of Hopewell" was a bit of a slog in my opinion.

I've just taken delivery of the TV movie starring Anthony Hopkins as Hauptmann so I'll report back if that's worthwhile (spoiler: reeeeeally doubt it).

("The Case That Never Dies," by Gardner, is also good. Haven't read the Falzini yet.)

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