The Death Instinct by Jed Rubenfeld
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The Death Instinct Summary
Under a clear blue September sky, America's financial center in lower Manhattan became the site of the largest, deadliest terrorist attack in the nation's history. It was September 16, 1920. Four hundred people were killed or injured. The country was appalled by the magnitude and savagery of the incomprehensible attack, which remains unsolved to this day.
The Death Instinct Reviews
"Starred Review. Rubenfeld's debut, The Interpretation of Murder, proved his skillful use of historical detail to create a compelling tale of psychological suspense. He's only gotten better." - Library Journal
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Jed Rubenfeld Author Biography
Currently the Robert R. Slaughter Professor of Law at Yale University, Jed Rubenfeld is one of this countrys foremost experts on constitutional law. As a Princeton undergraduate, he completed his thesis on Freud. At the Juilliard School, he studied Shakespeare. Rubenfeld lives in New Haven, Connecticut, with his wife and two children.
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