At a glance:
- Author: Sebastian Junger
- First Published: 2006
- Type of Work: Biography and history
- Time of Work: 1963
- Setting: Belmont, a suburb of Boston, Massachusetts
- Genres: Nonfiction
- Subjects: Justice, 1960's, United States or Americans, Prisons, Crime or criminals, Murder or homicide, Twentieth century, Boston, Mass murderers or serial killers, Massachusetts
- Locales: North America
The ldquo;six degrees of separation” theory known to popular culture states that every person in the world is personally connected to every other person via a chain of fewer than six people. The chain between the author and the subjects of this book is considerably shorter than six. When Sebastian Junger was a year old, his family had an addition built onto their house in Belmont, Massachusetts, so that his mother, Ellen Junger, could have her own artist’s studio.
Opposite the book’s title page is a photograph taken by the contractor on March 12, 1963, which shows...
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