Oh, because it’s not just the notoriety but the popularity of a book written on the criminal in question. Thanks!
Holy shit, somehow I’d never heard about that.
For Hawaii, I’m surprised that a book about the Massie Affair didn’t get the nod.
All of Arizona’s good true-crime stories are basically westerns.
Not really my genre, but a friend has been strongly recommending this:
So, not Jodi Arias, then
I’m surprised that Missouri’s book wasn’t In Broad Daylight by Harry N. MacLean, about the life and demise of Ken Rex McElroy, the town bully of Skidmore.
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