The Dark Corners of the Lindbergh Kidnapping

Volume III

by Michael Melsky


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Softcover
$28.99
E-Book
$11.99
Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/27/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 644
ISBN : 9781532087561
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 644
ISBN : 9781532087554

About the Book

This book will follow the same path as volumes one and two by exploring the dark corners of the Lindbergh kidnapping. The topics that will be discussed in this volume are ones that have never before been properly examined, and new facts will be brought to light, which will, I believe, cause many to rethink their positions on these subjects. Readers should be prepared, though, for the unorthodox approach I take in not providing transitions between chapters, and they may also find that I repeat certain facts or bring up different interpretations of those facts that may not always accord with one another. I do this intentionally, so the reader can draw his or her own conclusions. Over the years, I have been fortunate to have access to number of sources that are little-known and privately held. They have greatly enhanced my knowledge of the case, and I have tried to communicate my essential findings from each in my books. In this regard, my books are unique and should offer new information to even the most seasoned researchers.


About the Author

Michael Melsky studied both Criminal Justice and Religion at Moravian College where he received a Bachelor of Arts. He later graduated from the Federal Law Enforcement Academy and was employed for over 26 years with the Federal Bureau of Prisons before retiring in October 2017. He has been researching this case since January 2000 and has utilized numerous archives, although his main archival source is the New Jersey State Police Headquarters. He has been acknowledged in many case-related materials and was also a member of the team that produced the posthumous pardon application to President Bush for Ellis H. Parker in 2008. His first book, Volume I of The Dark Corners, was published August 2016 by Infinity Publishing. This was followed by Volume II of The Dark Corners which was published in June 2018 by iUniverse.