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The Last Book of Caryl Chessman


Introduced by Richard A. Lupoff


After he was convicted of being the Red Light Bandit and sentenced to death in 1948, Caryl Chessman spent the next dozen years on Death Row. During that time he made numerous appeals and wrote a few books. Richard A. Lupoff, biographer, novelist and chronicler of the past 50 years read the last book he wrote, a novel about a young boxer, and was inspired to bring the book back into print for modern readers to enjoy -- and judge. The introduction tells the story of how this book came to be and sets you up for a midnight ride through the mind of a killer.


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 $32  Hardcover with dust jacket, 6" x 9"


  $6   Ebook by e-mail (epub or mobi)

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