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Publisher's Summary

Hollywood Murders and Scandals: Tinsel Town After Dark is a collection of some of the most famous murders, infamous scandals, and Hollywood crimes going right back to the beginnings of Hollywood itself.

From Fatty Arbuckle to Charles Manson and Frances Farmer to O.J. Simpson, the stories of celebrity crimes will capture your imagination as they describe the backstories of the major characters, the circumstances of the crimes, and the results of the investigations.

Included are:

  • Beautiful Evelyn Nesbit's murderously jealous husband
  • The gruesome Black Dahlia case
  • The Bugsy Siegel mystery
  • Anna Nicole Smith's untimely death
  • And much more.

Included is a short history of the place called Hollywood from its humble beginnings as a one-hut bump in the road to the glitzy, glamorous hotspot it is today.

Many of your questions about these Hollywood murders will be answered, and you will be amazed by all the facts and theories contained in this book associated with these tales of celebrity murders.

Click "buy" above to get your copy of Hollywood Murders and Scandals: Tinsel Town After Dark now!

©2014 Maica International LC (P)2015 Maica International LLC

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Selective summary of high profile crimes

There is little to recommend this book. Few of the scandal and deaths have any in depth facts. It also lack deep background on any of the suspects, police procedures and conclusions even though these are headings of each case.
Not for me.