4 thoughts on “Novel about Judge Crater

  1. Kevin July 31, 2010 / 1:46 am

    The New York politics of that day and the current Chicago politics of the last 70+ years would be interesting to see who would win in a runoff for the most corrupt. I’ll take Chicago.

  2. Jaime July 31, 2010 / 2:32 pm

    wistv.com has an article about a man that may be related to the disappearance of Britanee Drexel, the attempted abduction of another, and the murder of another more then 10 years. The article is titled Authorities look for link between missing woman cases.

  3. maryjean July 31, 2010 / 10:34 pm

    Chicago by a mile!! Where do you think the expression “Vote early and vote often” came from?

    The book sounds interesting – I always think the cases from long ago are so interesting, and wonder how solvable they would be if things like computers and credit cards and cell phones had been around as tracking tools.

  4. Karen August 1, 2010 / 2:35 pm

    Has anyone read the new book by Michael Dooling: “Clueless in New England: Unsolved Disappearances of Paula Welden and Connie Smith?”

    Excellent analysis of very cold cases–were both victims killed by the same person?


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