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Echoes in the Darkness by  Joseph Wambaugh - Paperback - 1987 - from Odds and Ends Shop and

Echoes in the Darkness

by Wambaugh, Joseph

Condition: Very Good

Bantam Books. Very Good. 1987. Paperback. The spine and both covers, next to the spine, are creased from reading. The pages are clean, no tears or soiling. The pages and binding are tight. All three page edges are yellow stained. The upper right corner of the front cover is creased. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 370 pages; On June 25, 1979, the naked corpse of schoolteacher Susan Reinert was found wedged into her hatchback car in a hotel parking lot near Philidelphi a's "Main Line. " Her two children had vanished. The Main Line Murder Case burst upon the headlines-and wasn't resolved for seven years. The massive FBI and state police investigation ultimately centered on two men at Upper Merion High School where Reinert taught. One was Dr. Jay C. Smith-by day he was the principal. At night he was a sadist who indulged in porno, drugs and weapons. The second man, William Bradfield-was a bearded and charismatic English teacher and classic scholar, but his real genius was for juggling women-three at a time. One was of these women was Susan Reinert. Wambaugh's re-creation of this astounding case makes for his most compelling book yet. Will combine shipping on more than one book. .


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