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The gruesome murder of the woman known as the Black Dahlia was one of the 20th centur. Much violence than I usually want to read about However my family lived in Los Angeles at the time I was a 9 year oldand recall overhearing adults talking without wanting children to hear about this brutal murder This book was compelling in describing the life of Elizabeth Short AKA The Black Dahlia as it led up to her death More interesting to me was the picture it painted of the movie industry and the competing mob interests that operated within the control of a corrupt police force and city government

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Wolfe reveals not only the killer but why his identity has been covered up for so lo. Without giving too much if anything away if no one has ever really heard much about the Black Dahlia case I thought it was extremely well written and presented The book progresses through the evidence and gradually outlines to the reader what is known what isn t known and the history behind the key people involved I think that s what I liked most about it that it didn t really straight out exclaim things immediately but kind of let you figure out and put the pieces of the puzzle together along the way I also liked that it shared a lot of back story about not only Elizabeth but other people that played significant roles The fact that it was very to the point and didn t really exaggerate anything beyond what it was made the findings very convincing and believable I also liked that it included dozens of photos maps messages and really involved you in the evidence it also gave a clearer picture of what was actually going on I think the occasional visual goes a long way in painting a picture in your mind about what happened I think I started it not even 2 weeks ago and already finished it it was one of those books that keeps you wanting to read to find out what happened The only downside was the many many names mentioned and at times it was hard to keep up with who was who but I found that the book often referred back to information to remind the reader and the photos helped putting a face to the names as well A fascinating story it s unfortunate that it will probably always remain open and unsolved

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Y's greatest unsolved mysteries and after five decades of feverish speculation Donald. Reading this book I felt like I knew Elizabeth Short It kept me turning pages too Donald Wolf is an excellent writer as well as researcher One of my favorite written descriptions to date is in the first chapter of this book It is the description of a printing press After reading this I knew I wanted to read by Wolf so I checked out The Marilyn Monroe book he wrote I didn t like it as much as this though but it was still well done This case has always fascinated me and this was the best look into it in my opinion


10 thoughts on “The Black Dahlia Files The Mob the Mogul and the Murder That Transfixed Los Angeles

  1. says:

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE Do your research before reading this book or believing anything contained therein While this book is very well written and nicely structured it's full of holes and is just plain not true Donald Wolfe builds a bit on John Gil's crackpot theory and throws some of his own odd tidbits in there for good measure I would direct people to Larry Harnisch's blog where he disects this book chapter by chapter first He finds many of

  2. says:

    Hmmmm I kind of feel like this is two books in one the first half dealing with the facts of the murder itself and the second which is the author's own theory and 'solution' to the killing Both are really well written and vivid in t

  3. says:

    Much violence than I usually want to read about However my family lived in Los Angeles at the time I was a 9 year oldand recall ove

  4. says:

    Donald Wolfe uncovers what he believes to be the truth behind the unsolved Black Dahlia murder in this book It is a uite interesting read and Wolfe seems to have uite a bit of information that previous authors were not privy to mos

  5. says:

    This was interesting but also rambling The author makes a solid case that Elizabeth Short was involved with the mafia And it was this

  6. says:

    Reading this book I felt like I knew Elizabeth Short It kept me turning pages too Donald Wolf is an excellent writer as well as resear

  7. says:

    Without giving too much if anything away if no one has ever really heard much about the Black Dahlia case I thought it was extremely well written and presented The book progresses through the evidence and gradually outlines to the reader what is known what isn't known and the history behind the key people involved I think that's what I like

  8. says:

    Donald H Wolfe has presented a meticulously researched and thoroughly documented account of what likely is the truth about the brutal murder of Elizabeth Short Wolfe's book has the authority of a properly prepared murder investigation but reads with the building anticipation of a fictional murder mystery The Black Dahlia Files is an excellent book in every respect as Wolfe examines in detail the actual evidence Certainly he posse

  9. says:

    of all the black dahlia books out there i found this one is the most engaging and least daddy hating

  10. says:

    The Black Dahlia Files The Mob the Mogul and the Murder That Transfixed Los Angeles 2005 by Donald H Wolfe is a wonderfully written book about the very sad true case of a young woman called Elizabeth Short’s death There i

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