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The New York Times book of crime : more than 166 years of covering the beat edited by Kevin Flynn ; foreword by Richard Price.

Contributor(s): Flynn, Kevin [editor.] | Price, Richard, 1949- [author of foreword.].
Description: xv, 400 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1402793235; 9781402793233.Subject(s): New York times | Crime | Crime and the press | Investigative reporting -- United States | Reportage literature, American | United States -- History | United States -- Social conditions
Contents:
Assassinations -- Heists -- Kidnappings -- Mass murder -- The Mob -- Murder -- Prison -- Serial killers -- Sex crimes -- Vice -- White collar.
Summary: "This fascinating book, edited by seasoned Times crime-beat veteran Kevin Flynn, captures the full sweep of the newspaper's reporting on the subject. It examines issues like incarceration, organized crime, and vice (from the Attica Correctional Facility riot to the powerful Medell�in Cartel) as well as the infamous crimes that riveted the world...With 70 photographs as well as reproductions of front-page stories, here are the noteworthy crime articles from The New York Times archives that are sure to engross readers."--Jacket flap.
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NF NF Nonfiction Nonfiction 364 BOO (Browse shelf) Checked out 11/28/2017

Includes index.

Assassinations -- Heists -- Kidnappings -- Mass murder -- The Mob -- Murder -- Prison -- Serial killers -- Sex crimes -- Vice -- White collar.

"This fascinating book, edited by seasoned Times crime-beat veteran Kevin Flynn, captures the full sweep of the newspaper's reporting on the subject. It examines issues like incarceration, organized crime, and vice (from the Attica Correctional Facility riot to the powerful Medell�in Cartel) as well as the infamous crimes that riveted the world...With 70 photographs as well as reproductions of front-page stories, here are the noteworthy crime articles from The New York Times archives that are sure to engross readers."--Jacket flap.

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