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Black Dahlia, Red Rose
America's Most Notorious Crime Solved For the First Time
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A compelling read, in both style and substance, and one which packs a heavyweight punch in terms of the evidence uncovered and the resolution offered. This is a comprehensive account of the sad and ultimately tragic life of Elizabeth Short, and the web of intrigue that surrounds her death is untangled here in fascinating and painstaking detail. A must-read for anyone with an interest in the Black Dahlia - or indeed any fan of the true-crime genre. * Rod Reynolds *
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Piu Eatwell was born in India, of mixed Anglo-Indian descent. She studied English at Oxford University. Piu subsequently worked as a lawyer and television producer for the BBC and other TV companies. She now lives in France and writes full-time on French-themed subjects, as well as historical non-fiction.Her other books are They Eat Horses, Don't They? The Truth About the French (Head of Zeus 2013 UK/St Martin's Press 2014 USA), The Dead Duke, his Secret Wife, and the Missing Corpse. (Head of Zeus 2014 UK/WW Norton-Liveright 2015 USA) and F is for France: A Curious Cabinet of French Wonders, was published by St Martin's Press/Pan Macmillan in June 2016.