True Crime: Massachusetts: The State's Most Notorious Criminal Cases

True Crime Massachusetts The State s Most Notorious Criminal Cases The harsh discipline of Puritan life bred the hard bitten and hard working people of Massachusetts but did it also breed a unique type of criminal This book explores the headline crimes of the state

  • Title: True Crime: Massachusetts: The State's Most Notorious Criminal Cases
  • Author: Eric Ethier
  • ISBN: 9780811735636
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • The harsh discipline of Puritan life bred the hard bitten and hard working people of Massachusetts, but did it also breed a unique type of criminal This book explores the headline crimes of the state to find an answer Included are the cases of the alleged axe wielding Lizzie Borden, the executed anarchists Sacco and Vanzetti, the legendary Brink s robbery, the mysteriousThe harsh discipline of Puritan life bred the hard bitten and hard working people of Massachusetts, but did it also breed a unique type of criminal This book explores the headline crimes of the state to find an answer Included are the cases of the alleged axe wielding Lizzie Borden, the executed anarchists Sacco and Vanzetti, the legendary Brink s robbery, the mysterious Boston Strangler, the Big Dan s spectator rape, the desperate college professor who murdered a young prostitute, and the fur salesman who slaughtered his wife and unborn child in cold blood.

    One thought on “True Crime: Massachusetts: The State's Most Notorious Criminal Cases”

    1. Massachusetts has no shortage of crime in it's long history but True Crime doesn't really mine much more than the best known cases and then offer then re-heated. The most recent case is the Chuck Stuart one and even that is nothing more than what I already knew from reading the news or watching a documentary on it. The Lizzie Borden case is sad because it's thick. I was disappointed to see that we get no coverage of the Boston Police Strike or the multitude of corruption scandals. Ed King had 6 [...]

    2. This was not as exciting as it could've been, and that was because of the writing style. Won't pick up any more by this author.

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