The Best American Crime Writing 2006 by Mark Bowden; Otto Penzler; Thomas H. Cook (ed. Sun77)
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Overview: This year’s edition of The Best American Crime Writing amply demonstrates the irreducible and uncomplicated truth so powerfully rendered by Darcy O’Brien. From the comic to the macabre, bumbling criminals to cunning ones, it is selfishness that rules the day. The continuum runs from narcissism to solipsism, the antisocial to the sociopathic, the Me who must go first to the Me besides whom there is no other.
This is not to say that things never get complicated, for as with Medusa’s head, odd and coiling things may spring from a single source.
Genre: Non Fiction >Biographies & Memoirs >True Crime
John Heilemann – THE CHOIRBOY
Jimmy Breslin – THE END OF THE MOB
Mark Jacobson – THE $2,000-AN-HOUR WOMAN
Skip Hollandsworth – THE LAST RIDE OF COWBOY BOB
Jeffrey Toobin – KILLER INSTINCTS
Robert Nelson – ALTAR EGO
S.C. Gwynne – DR. EVIL
Paige Williams – HOW TO LOSE $100,000,000
Mary Battiata – BLOOD FEUD
Howard Blum and John Connolly – HIT MEN IN BLUE?
Richard Rubin – THE GHOSTS OF EMMETT TILL
Chuck Hustmyre – BLUE ON BLUE
Devin Friedman – OPERATION STEALING SADDAM’S MONEY
Denise Grollmus – SEX THIEF
Deanne Stillman – THE GREAT MOJAVE MANHUNT
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