Hunted Down: The FBI's Pursuit and Capture of Whitey Bulger
When we finished this book, the last thing we imagined happening
was that two days after publication, Whitey would be found.
Talk about life imitating art. Talk about a dream—or a nightmare—coming true. We had always envisioned Whitey reading the book on a gorgeous beach somewhere. Not in a jail cell, where
it appears likely his copy will now be heading. But James ‘Whitey’ Bulger’s story has never been predictable.
To Catch A Nazi
Ernst Mannheim, an ex-Nazi thought to be dead, feels ashamed he didn’t do more to save Freda, his Jewish wife, from his own people. Haunted by his failure, he tries to find his ‘orphaned’ son Willy―“the last Mannheim.” After years of searching, he finds his son (now David Menard) working as a bookbinder in New York City. Longing for contact, he begins a correspondence not as a father but as an uncle. It makes the telling of his side of the story bearable.