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Epstein : dead men tell no tales : spies, lies & blackmail

Howard, Dylan (author.). Cronin, Melissa, (author.). Robertson, James, (author.). Forrester, Katy, (author.). Tillett, Andy, (author.). Tinney, Aaron, (author.).

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  • ISBN: 9781510757929
  • ISBN: 1510757929
  • Physical Description: print
    regular print
    xiii, 201 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York, New York : Skyhorse Publishing, [2019]

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General Note: "This book is based on new evidence from the explosive hit podcast Epstein: Devil in the Darkness."
Summary, etc.: He was the billionaire financier and close confidant of presidents, prime ministers, movie stars and British royalty, the mysterious self-made man who rose from blue-collar Brooklyn to the heights of luxury. But while he was flying around the world on his private jet and hosting lavish parties at his private island in the Caribbean, he also was secretly masterminding an international child sex ring--one that may have involved the richest and most influential men in the world. The conspiracy of corruption was an open secret for decades. And then this summer, it all came crashing down. After his arrest on sex trafficking charges in July, it seemed Epstein's darkest secrets would finally see the light. But hopes for true justice were shattered on August 10 this year, when he was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York. The verdict: suicide. The timing: convenient, to say the least.
Subject: Epstein, Jeffrey -- 1953-2019
Epstein, Jeffrey -- 1953-2019 -- Death and burial
Human trafficking
Child trafficking
Sex offenders -- United States
Sex scandals
Capitalists and financiers -- United States

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