Miami's Criminal Past: Uncovered

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Overview
From Scarface to Miami Vice, Hollywood has created indelible images of Miami's criminal underworld. Yet beyond the lurid depictions exists a fascinating history of dramatic true-life crimes—tales of vigilante justice, family tragedies, politically motivated homicides and rampageous cross-country killers. And of course, the inevitable stories of celebrities behaving badly—as when Jim Morrison allegedly exposed himself during a 1969 Doors concert—along with accounts of celebrity murders, such as the shocking 1997 slaying of fashion designer Gianni Versace. Edgy and compulsively readable, Miami's Criminal Past presents the dark acts that have marred Florida's most alluring metropolis.
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ISBN: 9781596293885
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Florida
Series: True Crime
Images: 32
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.25 (w) x 9.375 (h)
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Luisa has been a south Florida journalist since 1983, where she has covered every major news event that has happened in the area since 1960. She grew up in Miami and has worked for four major south Florida newspapers: the Miami Beach Sun Reporter, the Miami News, the Sun-Sentinel and, for the last seven years, the Miami Herald. Sergio has been a journalist since 1984 and has been editor in charge of the “Cops and Courts” team at the Miami Herald since 2005.
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