Noor al-Maleki’s father killed her in an Arizona parking lot for violating his Muslim faith by living with her boyfriend.
stories, this gritty anthology is one of the best true crime story
collections you’ll find.
covers the gamut of human misbehavior, including one of Arizona’s most
grisly prison murders; the death of a young Muslim woman
“honor-killed” by her own father; the behind-the-scenes story of how the
FBI busted a brazen child-porn ring; a historic Colorado murder mystery
in which “Perry Mason” detective novelist Erle Stanley Gardner collided
with 1940s tabloid journalism; and the strange story of a young San
Francisco woman so enamored of serial killers that she became known as
America’s most prominent “murder groupie.”
The Village Voice has “produced a compelling yet chilling set of true-crime stories
that would make Raymond Chandler jealous,” says Michael Kahn, author of Trophy Widow and other legal thrillers.
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