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The Dillinger Days
The Dillinger Days
Author: John Toland
The Public Enemies — The whole ghastly crew are here -- from Ma Barker and her appalling family of murdering morons through the greatest and most terrifying of them all: DILLINGER. — John Herbert Dillinger was the most intelligent, the most original, and the most cold-blooded criminal of this century, and it was his style and his awful exploits wh...  more »
ISBN: 57482
Pages: 351
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Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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For those interested in the 30's criminals, this is an excellent book. No work to be had and the only ones with money seemed to be the banks. (similar to today) Law enforcement wasn't very efficient, either. It was certainly a ripe time for criminals.
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