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My Dark Places

By Steve Chambers

Abstract

Dramatisation for Radio of America’s most famous contemporary crime-writer, James Ellroy’s, autobiography: My Dark Places. In 1958 in the City of Angels, Ellroy’s own mother, Jean, was found brutally murdered outside a local High School. Ellroy was 10 at the time. And glad she was dead. The killer was never found. Then, in 1994, aged 46 and a successful crime writer, Ellroy decided to reinvestigate the murder and try and find the killer himself, thus beginning a journey of discovery which was to have implications he could never have imagined

Topics: W400
Publisher: BBC World Service
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:nrl.northumbria.ac.uk:3659
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