Wicked Atlanta: The Sordid Side of Peach City History



❮BOOKS❯ ✬ Wicked Atlanta: The Sordid Side of Peach City History Author Laurel-Ann Dooley – E17streets4all.co.uk Atlanta is the only American city to have been destroyed by fire as an act of war, and it has its share of salacious stories Wealthy felons hosted elaborate parties inside the federal penitentiaryBill Atlanta is the The Sordid Kindle Ð only American city to have been destroyed by fire as an act of war, and it has its share of salacious stories Wealthy felons hosted elaborate parties inside the federal penitentiaryBillionaire bootleggers and murderous rich boys practiced corruption that reached all the way to Wicked Atlanta: PDF or the White House Fast and fearless drivers, complete with glamorous reputations and criminal careers, gave rise to auto racing Join author Laurel Ann Dooley as she navigates the underworld of Atlanta s past filled with kidnapping, bribery, wives hiring hit men and all sorts of criminal debauchery.Wicked Atlanta: The Sordid Side of Peach City History

I am an The Sordid Kindle Ð author and journalist with a specialty in variety My last book was adult nonfiction about obscure and quirky stories from Atlanta history Before that I wrote a fiction book for girls about the travails of adolescent friendship And before that a guidebook for lawyers Wicked Atlanta: PDF or Throughout, I wrote articles for print and online publications covering law and business, art and theater, travel and food, and the occasional farm animal In sum I m a word nerd who likes to read and write stories.

Wicked Atlanta: The Sordid Side of Peach City History
  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Wicked Atlanta: The Sordid Side of Peach City History
  • Laurel-Ann Dooley
  • 04 January 2019
  • 1626191050

10 thoughts on “Wicked Atlanta: The Sordid Side of Peach City History

  1. says:

    Fun, short book of Atlanta stories An easy beach read kind of book, not something to read if you re looking for a serious investigation of Atlanta history.

  2. says:

    Interesting history read but not as scandalous as implied I question a few claims.

  3. says:

    A quick read of unexceptional writing but filled with interesting tidbits of information about the history of Atlanta To her credit, the author does not belabor the reader by editorializing She merely reports the facts, which speak for themselves.

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