Zebra: The True Account of the 179 Days of Terror in San Francisco - Clark Howard

Zebra: The True Account of the 179 Days of Terror in San Francisco

Zebra: The True Account of the 179 Days of Terror in San Francisco

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Edgar Award Finalist: The true story of a string of brutal crimes committed in the name of religious fanaticism and racial hatred in 1970s San Francisco.

In the early 1970s, a small band of well-dressed, clean-cut African American men began terrorizing the residents of San Francisco with guns and machetes. Their victims ranged from a teenage Salvation Army cadet to a middle-aged Jordanian grocer to an eighty-one-year-old janitor. The streets became deserted and tourism plunged. It took months before the culprits could be identified, with the help of an informer. They were members of a Black Muslim cult aspiring to earn the title “Death Angel” by slaughtering white victims.

Combining history and dramatic recreations, this is the “repellent but riveting” in-depth story of a horrifying killing spree and the fanatical hatred that drove it—and the SFPD’s desperate quest to take the culprits down (Kirkus Reviews).

“[Clark Howard’s] pounding narrative meticulously describes the so-called Zebra killings of 1973–74, when 23 white San Franciscans were murdered or maimed by a group of Black Muslim extremists. In the retelling, the cold jargon of police files leaps starkly to life. ” —Time
Taal: Engels Categorie: Non-fictie Vertaler:

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Uitgeverij: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road
Verschenen: 2020-05-26
ISBN: 9781504060769
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