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Donald H. Wolfe is the author of The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe, which became an international bestseller and Literary Guild Selection. In Hollywood, California, where he was born and raised, Wolfe became a film editor at Columbia Pictures and Warner Bros., where he worked on All the President's Men and became a screenwriter for Steven Spielberg. A contributor to the New York Times and Paris-Match, Wolfe now lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children.
The author did a wonderful job, these cases are very interesting, and these investigations add a lot to the book.
How about page 114: "It was inferred in the press . . . " You know you want to say "implied," but something just won't let you, will it?
This book is the DEFINITIVE book on The Black Dahlia Murder and SHOULD be read by all true crime and "Black Dahlia" enthusiasts!
I've always been enthralled with this story - don't know why - guess its because I love a good mystery and I can't believe its still never been solved.Published 16 days ago by Patricia Jean Burton
Awesome book. Gives more layers to the mystery. Sad murder. Really got me thinking like a detective. The mob, L.A in the 40's. It's possible.I really enjoyed this read.Published 3 months ago by bonfireblondie
The story is ghost-like. You simply can't get enough of the clues,hoping to solve it when no one else did. NOT for the skittish.Published 10 months ago by Brian C. Smith
Pure nonsense. The author is delusional if he thought he provided the reader with any evidence! From what I have read I can say that this is just another clueless work that does... Read morePublished 14 months ago by NatalieC
In 1946, Elizabeth Short traveled to Hollywood to become famous and see her name up in lights. Instead, the dark-haired beauty became immortalized in the headlines as the... Read morePublished on December 18, 2012 by E. Mullis
The Black Dahlia Files: The Mob, the Mogul and the Murder That Transfixed Los Angeles, was the most intriguing read! Read morePublished on April 28, 2012 by Chic1
So I have read SEVERED 5 times. Hell, I have even read AVENGER 3 times. Yes, you can say that I am fascinated by this case, by the story of Elizabeth Short, the mysterious Black... Read morePublished on February 22, 2012 by Jonathan Turbide
My sister loaned me this book and I was only a bit familiar with the BD case. I must say I was hooked! Read morePublished on December 20, 2010 by A. Brook
The autopsy states "that Short was not and had never been pregnant", also in Severed by John Gilmore, when Elizabeth was in San Diego just before she was murdered she would ask the... Read morePublished on April 25, 2010 by Clearsky311