Published on 2007 by Citadel Press
Ellis Parker, a detective known the world over in the early 1900s as the 'American Sherlock Holmes', solved over 98% of the murders in his New Jersey county. Drawing on the emerging discipline of psychology and his uncanny deductive reasoning skills, he was a 'profiler' before the term existed. So how did he end up behind bars, dying tragically in prison? When he involved himself in the biggest case of his career - the kidnapping of the Lindbergh baby in 1932 - he inadvertently set in motion his own undoing. This book sets the record straight on this enigmatic man.
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