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    American-based foreign correspondent Ivor Davis delivers a gripping "I was there" eyewitness, inside story about the most notorious murder spree of the 20th century.

    In Manson Exposed: A Reporter's 50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder, Davis is the brutally honest guide to this true crime horror story.

    In this mix of personal memoir, criticism, and investigative journalism, Davis delivers a truly original take on the byzantine case that terrified and mesmerized the nation, including his new conclusion that the Beatles didn't make them do it.

    Davis was on the front lines of the story and offers vivid, personal accounts, interviews, and hitherto unknown details from the very beginning right up to the death of the blue collar psycho named Charles Manson.

    He charts the tragic inside stories not only of the those murdered but of the long list of collateral damage victims: the rock star, the Oscar-winning director, and the entertainment legends whose lives were also destroyed by Charles Manson and his crackpot acolytes.

    ©2019 Ivor Davis (P)2020 Tantor

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 05/04/2020

    This is a good read...it basically sticks to facts not going in to conspiracy theories

    I’ve watched and read just about everything on Charles Manson...know matter what people try to come up with...the simple fact is that Mason wanted to be a musician and a lot of people thought he was good enough for the time..but they couldn’t control him when it came to trying to record him... so instead they jerked him around had sex with the women then lied about they’re association when the murders went down...Tex Watson burns a drug dealer then Manson gets the bikers involved for protection from the black panthers the bikers force Bobby to get money back from hinman witch started the copy cat murders to get Bobby out of jail Tate was killed has a copy cat and a chance to get money and scare meltcher...so the Rosemary and Leno were killed as a copy cat and another robbery Manson picked two homes he knew and knew were wealthy....Helter skelter was just some acid trip bull shit...when the copy cat murders didn’t work and members were in jail Manson knew they would talk like Susan did so he hauled ass to the desert...Charles told Tex to kill because he owed him for the bad drug deal but they was also supposed to get money but every time they killed they was so high it just got worse to many drugs the LAPD was just to stupid and hard headed to connect the murders....and that’s why those people died terry meltcher Jacobson Dennis Wilson fucked with Manson to long because they liked the girls and Tex Watson and Bobby Beausoleil should have been left to deal with they’re own shit

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    • EinsteinzVice
    • 15/01/2021

    Well Done

    I have read many books now on the topic surrounding the case of August 1969. This was quite interesting in the seldom revealed details of several incidents where CM & "family members" were involved. CM's prison details are quite enlightening. I found it well articulated and enjoyed the clear and well paced style of the narrator as well. Not just another "Manson book." 👏 📚

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    • J. Daniell
    • 20/07/2020

    great book

    Good book. One of the best Manson books written in my option. Good reading. Great.