In the strongest possible terms, I caution anyone about buying or reading this book.
I have researched this topic in depth and from what I know of Charles' personality, he very well could have pulled this off just as the authors write.
When you read biographies of Charles Lindbergh you begin to understand where Monier and Ahlgren are coming from.
My 2nd book on this topic. I have a criminal law background and this book PAINS ME about how horrible the system was and how Hauptmann (guilty or innocent) was railroaded. Read morePublished 7 months ago by C. Braden
I couldn't put this book down. I was surprised to learn what a nasty practical joker Lindbergh was to people who did things he didn't like (venomous snake in someone's bed, water... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Martin
a good addition to collector of articles and books on this very old crime- and how things were handled back in the day- well writtien but nothing startling to leardnPublished 9 months ago by Azule Cat
I was totally enthralled with this book! I read it years ago and could not put it down. Gets those gears turning. You'll not want to put it down!Published 10 months ago by Christine Rausch
It's best to read some earlier books on the Lindbergh kidnapping case before tackling Ahlgren & Monier's Crime Of the Century. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chillerama
Authors present circumstantial evidence which certainly allows for the possibiity of Lindbergh's "practical joke" going terribly wrong. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Maryl
The topic and condition of the book lived up to its description. I'm very pleased and have already recommended the book to others.Published 19 months ago by Buffy
This is a very well researched and well written account of the known facts of the Lindbergh baby kidnapping. However, if you think of Charles A. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Verbena Reverb