The Lost Girls: The True Story of the Cleveland Abductions and the Incredible Rescue of Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry, and Gina DeJesu

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Price
$39.99  $37.19
Publisher
St. Martin's Press
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
6.1 X 9.3 X 1.3 inches | 1.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781250036360

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About the Author
English-born JOHN GLATT is the author of more than twenty bestselling true crime novels, including Playing with Fire, Secrets in the Cellar, The Lost Girls. He has more than 30 years of experience as an investigative journalist in England and America. Glatt left school at 16 and worked a variety of jobs--including tea boy and messenger--before joining a small weekly newspaper. He freelanced at several English newspapers, then in 1981 moved to New York, where he joined the staff for News Limited and freelanced for publications including Newsweek and the New York Post. His first book, a biography of Bill Graham, was published in 1981, and he published For I Have Sinned, his first book of true crime, in 1998. He has appeared television and radio programs all over the world, including Dateline NBC, Fox News, Current Affair, BBC World, and A&E Biography. He and his wife Gail divide their time between New York City, the Catskill Mountains and London.
Reviews

"The murder case John Glatt recounts in lurid detail is too bizarre for a work of fiction. . . . a true crime story harking back to the fabled era when stars like Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra entertained the crowds at the front of the house while mobsters ran the show behind the scenes." --New York Times Book Review on Prince of Paradise

"John Glatt is one of the finest true crime craftsmen writing today." --Howard Goldberg, VH1.com

"Veteran crime scribe Glatt gives us all the atmosphere, characters and facts to make an engrossing thriller. " --New York Post (required reading section) on Prince of Paradise