An investigative journalist re-examines unsolved, high-profile mysteries. From deaths (John F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, etc.) to disappearances (Jimmy Hoffa, Lord Lucan, etc.) and beyond, these are the cases the professionals failed to crack. 332 pp. 4x7". Softcover.
In a gallant but doomed attempt, the Poles waged open warfare on the Nazis, expecting the imminent arrival of the Red Army to bring relief. But Stalin, knowing the Poles would be crushed and the Nazis weakened, halted the offensive. By the time the Red Army moved in, Warsaw was largely destroyed. B/w photos. 155 pp. 6x9".
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#150942. CHRISTMAS 1914 The First World War at Home and Abroad. By December 1914, it was clear to even the most optimistic observer that the war would not be ‘over by Christmas’. Using contemporary newspapers, magazines, diaries and other records, this gives a comprehensive picture of the early months of the war and that first Christmas. B/w photos and illus. 256 pp. 4x7”. Softcover.
Discovered in the early 1980s, The Hitler Diaries were authenticated by experts and purchased for millions. Their publication was eagerly anticipated. Not bad for a complete set of fakes! Gripping, hilarious, incredible and true - this is the story of the biggest fraud in publishing history. B/w photos. 402 pp. 4x7". Softcover.