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by Rooftop Publishing,Jack Swint

  • ISBN: 1600080405
  • Category: History
  • Author: Rooftop Publishing,Jack Swint
  • Subcategory: Americas
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rooftop Publishing (July 10, 2007)
  • Pages: 159 pages
  • FB2 size: 1507 kb
  • EPUB size: 1369 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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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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The second book in our Who Killed...? series focuses on Pittsburgh and its surrounding areas. The riverfront portal city is easily identified as the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Pittsburgh Steelers, but these sports franchises only represent a small part of the city's economic development over the past twenty years. In May 2007, Pittsburgh was once again awarded "most livable city" by Places Rated Almanac recognition Pittsburgh hasn t been enjoyed since 1985, when current mayor Luke Ravenstahl was only five years old. During the twenty year time span between garnering the "most livable city" honor, the city's murder rate was 2.1 times the national average, according to FBI statistics. It wasn't until 2006 that Pittsburgh began to see a decline in its citizens being brutally killed. Another alarms statistic was the high rate of those same murders going unsolved. It's here that we will begin to unfold the truth, fact, and fiction of the region's killers and unsolved murders by asking the question, Who Killed...?

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.


Reviews about Who Killed...? Pittsburgh, Pa (Who Killed...?) (Who Killed...?) (4):
Heraly
I was so excited when I found this book. I remember when the murders in this book happened in the 1970s because I am from the Pittsburgh area. I never heard who was responsible for most of these murders. Since I lived in the area where one of these murders happened and close to the areas where a few other of these murders took place it was such a scary time. Everyone locked their doors all the time and never went out at night. The Washington County murder of the young girl walking to her school bus was right down the road from where I live. I was only 24 years old at the time and I had a horrible experience with a man that chased me in his car that fortunately I was able to get away from. Later I did find out he was considered a suspect in the murder of the young girl in Washington County. I always wondered who they thought was responsible for some of the other murders. It was interesting to read this book after all these years and find out what was actually going on at that time.
BroWelm
Jack Swint knows how to write a book! I have ordered his publications ever since finding Who Killed Cleveland in a bookstore. I enjoy the way he writes, it's very suspense-filled and well put together with all of the facts. I recommend this author and cannot speak highly of his writings and publications. The second to last page of the book tells the story of Swint, how he has been on "both sides of the law" and has experience in writing etc. I certainly believe that he has found his true calling
Thetahuginn
Author Jack Swint brings these cold case Pensylvania murders back into the publics eye in his no nonsense straight to the point style of writing. As the second book in the "Who Killed?" series, Swint has detailed these unsolved murders in hopes someone will come forward to police with new information and clues to solve these brutal and senseless crimes.

I am confused though why Rooftop Publishing Company is not giving any acknoledgement or credit to this author. When I purchased this book online it arrived with NO AUTHORS name on the cover or anywhere in the content of the book. Jack Swint also wrote "Who Killed?" books in Savannah GA, Jacksonville, FL and Cleveland, OH.

Rooftops publisher needs to acknolwedge and give their writers credit!
Cells
The Yelenic murder investigation seems to be going no where and "authorities" only stonewall when hard questions are asked. The family is sick of the excuse that "real life is not like the CSI TV show."

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