Silent Terror


Author: James Ellroy

1953-1983: 30 years of American society, from the hope of Eisenhower’s presidency, to the kinky flower generation, through the death of the dream, Charles Manson, the beginning of the twisted nightmare and the moral backlash of the 80s. One Man’s crimes span these years and the length and breadth of America. Martin Michael Plunkett – of genius level intelligence, articulat….Read More

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