The family

by Sanders, Ed.

Format: Print Book 2002
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Summary
"The first complete, authoritative account of the career of Charles Manson. A terrifying book." -- New York Times Book Review

In August of 1969, during two bloody evenings of paranoid, psychedelic savagery, Charles Manson and his dystopic communal family helped to wreck the dreams of the Love Generation. At least nine people were murdered, among them Sharon Tate, the young, beautiful, pregnant, actress and wife of Roman Polanski.

Ed Sanders's unnerving and detailed look at the horror dealt by Manson and his followers is a classic of the true-crime genre. The Family was originally published in 1971 and remains the most meticulously researched account of the most notorious murders of the 1960s.
Additional Information
Subjects Manson, Charles, -- 1934-2017
Mass murderers -- California -- Biography.
Mass murder -- California -- Case studies.
Publisher New York :Thunder's Mouth Press :2002
Distributed by Publishers Group West,
Edition Rev. and updated ed.
Language English
Description xii, 540 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
ISBN 9781560253969
1560253967 (trade paper)
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