Evidence of Love: A True Story of Passion and Death in the Suburbs

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$26.99  $25.10
Publisher
Open Road Media
Publish Date
Pages
386
Dimensions
5.25 X 8.0 X 0.87 inches | 0.98 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781504049528

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About the Author

John Bloom is an investigative journalist and the author of nine books. A Pulitzer Prize nominee and three-time finalist for the National Magazine Award, he has written for Rolling Stone, Playboy, Newsweek, and the Village Voice, among other publications. In addition to coauthoring, with Jim Atkinson, true crime classic Evidence of Love (1983), he penned, most recently, Eccentric Orbits: The Iridium Story (2016), an Amazon Best Book of the Year So Far heralded by the Wall Street Journal as "a panoramic narrative . . . big, gutsy, exciting." Bloom has also written several books of humor and film criticism and hosted television shows as his alter ego, Joe Bob Briggs. He lives in New York City.

Jim Atkinson is an award-winning reporter, television correspondent, and crime writer. The founding editor of D, the magazine of Dallas, he has contributed to Esquire, Gourmet, GQ, Texas Monthly, and the New York Times, among other publications. He is the coauthor, with John Bloom, of true crime classic Evidence of Love (1983), and author of The View from Nowhere (1987), a guide to "the best serious drinking bars in America." Atkinson lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Reviews

"A bizarre story well-researched and superbly written and told with just enough suspense to keep the reader turning pages." --Fort Worth Star-Telegram

"An extraordinary book . . . As compelling as the best fiction and as thorough as the best history." --Dallas Times Herald

"Gripping as true crime drama, the book is also distinguished by its social and psychological insights." --Library Journal

"Carefully researched . . . this middle-American tragedy should fascinate true-crime aficionados." --Kirkus Reviews