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Hunting Eric Rudolph

by Henry Schuster

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Published by Berkley Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bombing investigation,
  • Bombings,
  • Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHenry Schuster with Charles Stone
    ContributionsStone, Charles, 1951-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV8079.B62 S34 2005b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 389 p., [16] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages389
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24967635M
    ISBN 100425208575
    ISBN 109780425208571
    OCLC/WorldCa62219318

    He is a co-author of the book that explores that case, Hunting Eric Rudolph. According to Publisher’s Weekly, “This is a suspenseful account of the five-year hunt for the man behind the Atlanta Olympic Park bombing. On July, 27, Eric Rudolph planted a bomb in Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia, where thousands had gathered to celebrate the Olympics. The resulting explosion killed one and injured over Rudolph carried out three additional bombing incidents between and in Atlanta and Birmingham, Alabama, killing one and injuring over

      He is the author of the newly published book, "Hunting Eric Rudolph." After five years on the run and two years preparing for a trial, Eric Rudolph agreed to admit his guilt. VIDEO.   Read book passages from "Hunting Eric Rudolph," written by CNN's Henry Schuster. • Part 1: High Times • Part 2: Life in the Wild • .

      Eric Rudolph was finally captured in Murphy, North Carolina for his involvement in multiple bombings, including the Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta. Erik S. Lesser/Getty Images. Hunting for Eric Rudolph. Rudolph hid in a ,acre (,hectare) forest in the mountains near Murphy, living off what he hunted, foraged for. Buy Hunting Eric Rudolph by Schuster, Henry, Stone, Charles (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(6).


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The title of the book, Hunting Eric Rudolph: An Insider's Account of the Five-Year Search for the Olympic Bombing Suspect, is an accurate description of what the book covers. While the book is an utterly absorbing and well told story, Henry Schuster and Charles Stone have substantially limited their account to just the bombings that Rudolph /5(17).

The FBI spent five years and a reported $24 million searching for Rudolph and turned up empty-handed. Then ona year-old rookie with the Murphy Police Department named Jeffrey Postell caught a man dumpster diving behind the Save-a-Lot in the middle of the night.

When asked his name, the man said he was Jerry Wilson of Ohio. This book covers the hunt for Eric Rudolph, from the first bombing of the Atlanta Olympics to his arrest behind a dumpster almost 7 years later. But somehow this story, which could have been fascinating, rarely rises above the litany of how the various law enforcement agencies appeared on the scene, jostled for visibility and authority, and /5.

Hunting Eric Rudolph is an awesome read. The authors deliver the story of Rudolph's entire life, often with an insightful and somtimes humorous backdrop. It goes in depth to explain the reasons for Rudolph's perplexing psyche and the culture in which it was cultivated.

The real value of the book however is the context in which it is delivered.5/5(5). HUNTING ERIC RUDOLPH Henry Schuster, Author, Charles Stone, Author.

Berkley $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. This is a suspenseful account of the five-year hunt for the man. Eric Robert Rudolph (born Septem ), also known as the Olympic Park Bomber, is an American Terrorist convicted for a series of anti-abortion and anti-gay-motivated bombings across the southern United States between andwhich killed three people and injured others.

Rudolph spent five years on the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list until he was Born: Septem (age 53), Merritt Island. Hunting Eric Rudolph and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Hunting Eric Rudolph by Schuster, Henry; Stone, Charles - AbeBooks Passion for books.

"Atlanta - J In Centennial Park, celebrations in honor of the Summer Olympic Games were in full swing when an explosion shattered the night, sending shrapnel flying in all directions, killing and wounding innocent people unlucky enough to be in the vicinity. Out of the resulting chaos would come an investigation hampered by conflicting witnesses, interagency conflict.

High Times. Editor's Note: As the trial approaches for accused bomber Eric Rudolph, is releasing three excerpts from "Hunting Eric Rudolph," a new book on the case that goes on sale March 1. The Hunt for Eric Rudolph.

April 9, • Eric Rudolph's decision to plead guilty to the Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta and three other attacks ends a long saga for law-enforcement Author: Henry Schuster.

Get this from a library. Hunting Eric Rudolph. [Henry Schuster; Charles Stone] -- A chronicle of the several-year manhunt for Eric Rudolph, the suspect accused in the lethal Centennial Park bombing during the Atlanta Olympics and other crimes, details Rudolph's life on the run and. Hunting Eric Rudolph covers the problems that hampered the investigation into the Centennial Park bombing, including a wrongful accusation, and discusses where and how Eric Rudolph obtained bomb components.

Going into detail as to who the FBI suspected of helping him during his time on the run, the story covers the secret surveillance methods /5(2). : Hunting Eric Rudolph () by Schuster, Henry; Stone, Charles and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(41).

The Hunt for Eric Rudolph Eric Rudolph's decision to plead guilty to the Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta and three other attacks ends a long saga for law-enforcement officers.

Rudolph was a. Eric Robert Rudolph (born Septem ), also known as the Olympic Park Bomber, is an American domestic terrorist convicted for a series of anti-abortion and anti-gay-motivated bombings across the southern United States between andwhich killed two people and injured over others.

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Find more information about: ISBN: Accused of detonating bombs at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, two abortion clinics, and a gay nightclub, Eric Rudolph managed to elude authorities for five years before he was finally captured in June This fascinating book offers the dramatic story of the manhunt that led to Rudolph's arrest.

page photo insert. Eric and the Islamists. Editor's Note: is releasing excerpts from "Hunting Eric Rudolph," a new book on the case of the accused bomber that goes on sale on March 1. The postscript takes issue with alleged facts in the book Hunting Eric Rudolph: An Insider’s Account of the Five-Year Search for the Olympic Bombing Suspect (N.Y.: Berkley Books, ), written by a Jew named Henry Schuster with Charles Stone, former head of the “Anti-Terrorist Force” of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) who.

— Eric Rudolph, serving a life sentence for bombings that killed two people in Alabama and Georgia in the s, has published his autobiography from prison with the help of his brother.

With those phone calls, Eric Rudolph became a suspect and went into hiding for five years. Rudolph, in the page statement released.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Hunting Eric Rudolph by Henry Schuster, Charles Stone,Berkley Books edition, in English - Berkley mass-market ed., updated with new :