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Speaking Ill of the Dead: Jerks in Chicago History

Speaking Ill of the Dead Jerks in Chicago History The lives of notorious bad guys perpetrators of mischief visionary if misunderstood thinkers and other colorful antiheroes jerks and evil doers from history all get their due in the short essays

  • Title: Speaking Ill of the Dead: Jerks in Chicago History
  • Author: Adam Selzer
  • ISBN: 9780762772919
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
  • The lives of notorious bad guys, perpetrators of mischief, visionary if misunderstood thinkers, and other colorful antiheroes, jerks, and evil doers from history all get their due in the short essays featured in these enlightening, informative books Speaking Ill of the Dead Jerks in Chicago History features 15 short biographies of nefarious characters.

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    About "Adam Selzer"

    1. Adam Selzer

      Adam Selzer blocked on his computer for years but now he s on here, so let him have it His first book was HOW TO GET SUSPENDED AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE now available in a Now With More Swearing edition, his next one is PLAY ME BACKWARDS for satanic young adults , and his best known is probably I KISSED A ZOMBIE AND I LIKED IT, a Twilight satire that was not marketed as a satire.He also writes the SMART ALECK S GUIDE series and has published a bunch of Chicago history ghostlore books You can also find him under the name SJ Adams, the name he used for SPARKS THE EPIC, COMPLETELY TRUE BLUE ALMOST HOLY QUEST OF DEBBIE, which won a Stonewall honor and made the YALSA popular paperback list.

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    1. Jerks are always entertaining to read about, and Chicago has had its fair share over the centuries. Starting with jerks in the founding days of the city, the book offers short profiles of twenty-five bad guys in Chicago’s history. Some, such as the child-killers Leopold and Loeb, are definitely darker than others; however, the reader comes away with a good idea of the hoods, cranks, killers, gangsters, and just plain ornery people who have called Chicago home. KDCheck out this book today!


    2. Jerks are always entertaining to read about, and Chicago has had its fair share over the centuries. Starting with jerks in the founding days of the city, the book offers short profiles of twenty-five bad guys in Chicago’s history. Some, such as the child-killers Leopold and Loeb, are definitely darker than others; however, the reader comes away with a good idea of the hoods, cranks, killers, gangsters, and just plain ornery people who have called Chicago home.


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