Bowden, Mark

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The Case of the Vanishing Blonde: And Other True Crime Stories

This true crime master expands the limits of the genre, digging to find answers and revealing that even the most horrific crimes are often linked to a larger story about America.

The Last Stone: A Masterpiece of Criminal Interrogation

An intriguing firsthand look at the nebulous justice meted out by necessities of time and the desire for closure, as seen through the focused lens of a seasoned journalist.

Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam

Although the gruesome details of death and dismemberment may prove difficult reading for some, this work provides a fascinating look at the challenges and horrors of urban warfare and is essential for anyone interested in the Vietnam War.

The Three Battles of Wanat: And Other True Stories

Although none of these pieces is from before 2006, a few feel dated. However, this does not detract from Bowden's eloquence and his art of drawing the reader into the stories. This collection is a delight for those who enjoy literate yet down-to-earth nonfiction. [See Prepub Alert, 7/20/15.]


Not those squishy things but something much more revolting: the Conficker computer worm first noticed in November 2008 that goes after the Microsoft Windows operating system...

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