The Broaddus family had just bought their dream home and couldn’t wait to move in. Until ominous letters began arriving in the mail.
Believing passionately that justice should know “no limits in time or distance”, Simon Wiesenthal has ferreted out more than 1000 Nazi war criminals.
A cheeky grin. And curly locks. She was the little girl whose disappearance shocked a community. But for two homicide detectives, it was a stubborn case they were determined to solve
Except for his Rolex watch, the man’s identity might have died with him. Reading like an Agatha Christie thriller, a sensational true story of murder, money, sex and multiple identities.
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