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by Rooftop Publishing,Jack Swint
depicts fifteen of Cleveland's most notorious, heinous, and mysterious unsolved murders
depicts fifteen of Cleveland's most notorious, heinous, and mysterious unsolved murders. reveals the dark underbelly of a city still struggling to diffuse the rage and brutality that so many of its inhabitants possess.
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Published March 13, 2007 by Rooftop Publishing.
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Who Killed...? depicts twenty of Pittsburgh's most notorious, heinous, and mysterious unsolved murders. Through laborious research and interviews with investigators and families of the victims, Who Killed...? has laid out particulars of these unsolved crimes. These chapter-length sketches provide a glimpse into fifteen mysterious murders: from the frustrations of law enforcement officials, to grieving family members, to the coping of local communities trying to make sense of the random acts of madness. As a whole, Who Killed...? reveals the dark underbelly of a city still struggling to diffuse the rage and brutality that so many of its inhabitants possess.
While society's momentary obsessions with sensationalistic unsolved murders quickly vanish, families and friends of these victims quietly suffer without closure. Who Killed...? aims to push these cases back into the public's consciousness in hopes of bringing the guilty to justice. Readers with any information that may have significance to the investigation may contact the assigned investigators to these open cases or provide anonymous tips using the contact information provided at the end of each chapter.