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Salamander : The Story of the Mormon Forgery Murders by Linda Sillitoe and ...Drawing from thousands of pages of police reports, court documents, interviews, letters, and diaries, Sillitoe's and Roberts's narrative cuts through the complexities of this famous crime investigation to deliver a gripping, Capote-esque tale. They...
Book: The Mormon Murders : A True Story of Greed, Forgery, Deceit and Death by St... 
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Book: Tremor of Forgery by Patricia Highsmith (1994, Paperback, Reprint) Under the hot desert sun nothing is quite as it seems. Howard Ingham, an American writer, is sent to Tunisia to gather material for a movie, a love story too sordid to be set in America. But his director fails to arrive as scheduled and the erratic...
Detecting Forgery : Forensic Investigation of Documents by Joe Nickell (199..."Joe Nickell's Detecting Forgery guides the reader through the process of sniffing out fake documents. The book begins by explaining the evolution of handwriting and moves on to cover topics as varied as spectral analysis and the use of microscopes...
Book: The Forgery of the Old Testament and Other Essays by Joseph McCabe (1993, P... Is the creation story in Genesis nothing more than a botched version of a Babylonian myth? Is "free will" illusory? Are the Jesuits really educated men? In these three classic essays"The Forgery of the Old Testament," "The Myth of Immortality," and...
Texfake : An Account of the Theft and Forgery of Early Texas Printed Docume...Texfake is the result of three years of investigation into the scandal surrounding the 1988 discovery of forged copies of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Austin publisher, author, and rare book dealer Taylor lays out the facts concerning the...
Book: Salamander : The Story of the Mormon Forgery Murders by Linda Sillitoe and ... 
Book: The Poet and the Murderer : A True Story of Literary Crime and the Art of F... In The Poet and the Murderer, acclaimed journalist Simon Worrall takes readers into the haunting mind of Mark Hofmann, one of the most daring literary forgers and remorseless murderers of the late twentieth century.He was a young Mormon boy who...
Book: Life Became Great : The Forgery of Ancient near Eastern Cultures by O.W. Mu... The Lie Became Great explores the closed society of international plunderers and forgers which thrives as a subculture of the Art World. These multi-cultural denizens include antiquity dealers, collectors, museum curators, forgers working in...
The Tremor of Forgery by Patricia Highsmith (1969, Book)
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