by Michael Capuzzo
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Documents the efforts of the Vidocq Society, a trio of gifted investigators, to solve such cold cases as those of JonBenet Ramsey, the Butcher of Cleveland, and Jack the Ripper, and details their work with top forensic specialists.
June 8, 2011 Actor James Franco details the lives of flailing California teens in his debut story collection, while Michael Capuzzo profiles a real life crime-fighting society. Daniel Okrent probes Prohibition, Sebastian Mallaby takes a hard look at hedge funds, and Laura Ingraham opens President Obama's "diaries."
August 12, 2010 The Vidocq Society is a Philadelphia-based group of criminologists and forensic experts; they gather together once a month to solve cold cases. Writer Michael Capuzzo explains what it was like to shadow the crime-fighters in The Murder Room.
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