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The Lindbergh kidnapping suspect no. 1 : the man who got away
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Pearlman, a former trial lawyer and judge who is now an author of books on law, American history, multicultural nonfiction, and social change, considers the Lindbergh kidnapping from the perspective of the boy's father as a potential subject, rather than the man executed for the crime, Bruno Richard Hauptmann. She explores the impact of letting Lindbergh have authority to direct the state police investigating the crime, his possible motive, and others who might have been involved. Annotation ©2021 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR ( - (Book News)

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