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Manhunt!! By Ross R. Olney
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"They will catch you sooner or later," could be the theme of this book on famous manhunts. Some are memorable, some have been forgotten, but in each one a desperate fugitive is trying to... More > run, and generally failing. From famous killers like John Wilkes Booth, who murdered President Abraham Lincoln, and John Dillinger, who killed many others, and including one of the worst of all, Theodore "Ted" Bundy, who killed and than raped the bodies of many pretty young women. Some are now on death rows in prisons, where they belong, and some are in prison awaiting the next meeting in court. And some, like Michael Goodwin, who was convicted of arranging the murders of speed king Mickey Thompson and his lovely wife Trudy, swear they are innocent and are only waiting for a court to free them. Each of the stories in this book is different, but all are gripping.< Less
Som to dråper vann By guttorm wåhlberg
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en historie om hvordan amerikanerne fant frem til Osama bin ladens skjulested etter 10år. og hvordan en tromsøværing var innblandet i dette
La verguenza de los tres By Antonio Lage
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Descripción de las atrocidades y genocidio perpretado por los tres de la foto de las Azores sobre el pueblo de Irak, que un día la historia juzgará
La verguenza de los tres By Antonio Lage
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Descripción de las atrocidades y genocidio perpretado por los tres de la foto de las Azores sobre el pueblo de Irak, que un día la historia juzgará
Ashhadu [I Attest] By D. L. Bradley
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Ashhadu (I Attest) begins on September 11, 2001, with the attack on, and destruction of the World Trade Center in New York City. It ends on May 2, 2011, with the execution of Osama Bin-Laden in... More > Abbottabad, Pakistan. Shams Ad-Din Mohammad is an Iranian Mojtahed (Islamic law judge) who had immigrated to the United States with his wife, Ha‘ideh. She is killed in the September 11th attack. His story begins with that event. In the pursuit of justice for Ha‘ideh, he once again finds himself entangled in the chaos of the Middle East, telling us of their life together, giving his reasons for charging the conspirators under Islamic law with murder and terrorism, and his pursuit of them. He concludes by recounting their apprehension, the sentences he imposed, and the imposition thereof. It is a story of devotion to duty, adventure, and romance, in the course of which he, inter alia, compares American history, society, and law with that of Iran and the Canon Law of Islam.< Less

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