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While Idaho slept, the hunt for answers in the murders of four college students, J. Reuben Appelman - paperback

Summary
"While Idaho Slept is a thought-provoking, literary chronicle of a small-town murder investigation blistering beneath the unceasing light of international interest, as traditional investigators, citizen sleuths, and the true-crime media acted--sometimes together, often in conflict--to uncover the truth. As J. Reuben Appelman brings this terrible crime into focus, he humanizes the four victims, examining the richness of their lives, dissects the mind and motivations of their presumed killer, and explores the world of northern Idaho, a rugged, deeply conservative stronghold steeped in Christian values and American patriotism. " -- Amazon
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Edition
First edition.
Physical Description
vi, 276 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates, color illustrations, 21 cm
Isbn
9780063346697

Library Locations

  • Hancock Public Library

    Hancock Public Library 114 South Main St, Hancock, WI, 54943, US
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