Gentleman Gerald: The Crimes and Times of Gerald Chapman, America's First "Public Enemy No. 1"

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Gentleman Gerald: The Crimes and Times of Gerald Chapman, America's First "Public Enemy No. 1" - Jeffers, H Paul

Long before Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde, "Bugsy" Siegel, or John Gotti were pubicly romanticized as modern-day folk heroes, Gerald Chapman captured the attention of the nation with his daring criminal exploits. Jeffers brilliantly evokes the colorful background of the Jazz Age for his account of this most notorious criminal of the 1920s. Photos.

Gentleman Gerald: The Crimes and Times of Gerald Chapman, America's First "Public Enemy No. 1" 1995, St. Martin's Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780312135003

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