Beverly Hills Confidential : A Century of Stars, Scandals and Murders

Beverly Hills Confidential : A Century of Stars, Scandals and Murders

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by Barbara Schroeder, Clark Fogg
     
 

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This unique crime anthology tracks the grand times and grand crimes that span the first 100 years since Beverly Hills grew into the city we know it as today, a glitzy-rich tourist mecca. Co-written by Clark Fogg, the lead CSI investigator for the Beverly Hills police department and Barbara Schroeder, Emmy-award winning journalist, this book is "A rip-roaring read,"…  See more details below

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This unique crime anthology tracks the grand times and grand crimes that span the first 100 years since Beverly Hills grew into the city we know it as today, a glitzy-rich tourist mecca. Co-written by Clark Fogg, the lead CSI investigator for the Beverly Hills police department and Barbara Schroeder, Emmy-award winning journalist, this book is "A rip-roaring read," documenting not only long forgotten scandals and crimes, like the Greystone mansion murders, but also those in recent years, like the killing of Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen. Beverly Hills has been called Camelot on earth, one this book reveals is a place with secrets as dark as the sunshine is bright.

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ISBN-13:
9780615933054
Publisher:
The Answers Productions, LLC
Publication date:
12/13/2013
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
730,470
File size:
15 MB
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Beverly Hills Confidential: A Century of Stars, Scandals and Murders 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Ksmith2 10 months ago
Fun read, loved the old pictures and new info. And they solved the Bugsy Siegel case - cool!
Majors More than 1 year ago
This is interesting. At about the same time this book came out, which appears to have a bent toward scandal and tabloid aura, another Beverly Hills book was released named Inside Beverly Hills PD by Maxwell. Chief of Police David Snowden actually wrote the final pages of that book and that book is not filled with the sizzle, though there is some. It is substantive with a lot of lengthy interviews with actual BHPD investigators. That book has purpose and I prefer it. No one will look at police work the same after reading it.