Bloodletters and Badmen: A Narrative Encyclopedia of American Criminals from the Pilgrims to the Present

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M. Evans; distributed, 1973 - Biography & Autobiography - 640 pages
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The private lives of such criminals as Jesse James, Bonnie and Clyde, Lee Harvey Oswald, and Charles Manson are revealed in these brief biographical sketches.

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Review: Bloodletters and Badmen: A Narrative Encyclopedia of American Criminals from the Pilgrims to the Present

User Review  - Jim O'shaughnessy - Goodreads

A wonderful rouge's gallery. Read full review

Review: Bloodletters and Badmen: A Narrative Encyclopedia of American Criminals from the Pilgrims to the Present

User Review  - Walt - Goodreads

More general than his encyclopedia on organized crime, and hence, probably more accurate. He covers a great deal of information in a good manner. Read full review

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Section 1
5
Section 2
8
Section 3
32
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