A Talent to Deceive: The Search for the Real Killer of the Lindbergh Baby

A Talent to Deceive: The Search for the Real Killer of the Lindbergh Baby

by William Norris

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Overview

Charles Lindbergh was known for many things during his lifetime. He was a famous aviator, the first person to fly nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean, winner of the Orteig Prize, and a young American hero. But despite his honors and achievements, his name will forever be associated with the infamy of one of the Trials of the Century. The Lindbergh Kidnapping.

On a dreary March night, Charles Lindbergh's 20-month-old son was abducted from his crib. The baby's kidnapper left behind muddy footprints, a broken ladder, and a ransom note demanding $50,000. Weeks later, Charles Lindbergh Jr. was found ... dead. Everyone was a suspect in this investigation, even the Lindberghs. After a six-week trial, Bruno Richard Hauptmann was named the ultimate culprit, but he claimed he was innocent even up to his execution day.

For nearly 100 years, the Lindbergh Kidnapping still remains a major topic of controversy and fascination. A Talent to Deceive uses investigative journalism to dive into evidence ignored by previous investigators in search of the truth. Who really committed the crime? What really happened the night of March 1, 1932? What was the motive to kidnap and murder the Lindbergh baby?

Follow Norris in this history-meets-mystery tale as he performs a thorough investigation to solve The Case That Will Never Die.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780744300727
Publisher: Camcat Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 07/07/2020
Edition description: Revised Edition
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 1,019,141
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.85(d)

About the Author

William (Bill) Norris has been a professional writer since the age of sixteen, when he joined his local newspaper as an apprentice reporter. He spent his writing career working for various newspapers in England and Africa, writing freelance, counseling young journalists, and public speaking at colleges and conferences. Norris's novel, A Talent to Deceive, was inspired by his interest in aviation and his experience as an amateur pilot. He now resides in the South of France with his wife Betty, two cats, and two exhausting dogs.

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