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Kidnap, The Story of the Lindbergh Case, George Waller,1961, Thorough,well illustrated account of the most famous kidnap of the 20th Century

Regular price $15.00

Wow. This book was a fascinating read, and I learned so much throughout that I can still recall today (I finished it last year). George Waller captured all the characters' voices and emotions with invesigative accuracy. I loved the writing style as well: it was straightforward, but still appealed to readers' pathos. It was definitely a dense subject that covered many aspects of 1930s society: the rise of the paparazzi, the obsession with the affluent, the xenophobia towards immigrants, and the repercussions of kidnaping.
***Review on goodreads by Sarah Hess

This book is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please use pictures as a guide. Have any questions or need more pictures, just ask.

Book Dimensions: 9x7x2

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