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Rudolph, Eric

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Works: 14 works in 22 publications in 1 language and 1,511 library holdings
Genres: Biography 
Roles: Author
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Publications about Eric Rudolph
Publications by Eric Rudolph
Most widely held works by Eric Rudolph
Thomas Jefferson Evokes Era of Enlightenment by Eric Rudolph( Article )
1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Between the lines of drift : the memoirs of a militant by Eric Rudolph( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
He was supposed to be dead. Five years after Eric Rudolph escaped into the mountains of North Carolina, the FBI had long since abandoned the largest manhunt ever launched on U.S. soil. The fugitive accused of bombing the Atlanta Olympics, a gay bar, and two abortion clinics, leaving a trail of carnage across the southeast, had become a figure of folk legend. Many of his pursuers thought he had either skipped the country or crawled into a cave to die. In fact, Rudolph had been haunting the mountains and towns he knew best, pilfering food, stealing trucks, stalking the men who hunted him, and keeping his secrets buried in the woods. Then one night Rudolph got careless, and a rookie cop captured him a few miles from where he had first disappeared. But even in custody, Rudolph remained a mystery
 
Alternative Names
Eric Robert Rudolph
Eric Rudolph Amerikaans misdadiger
Eric Rudolph terrorista statunitense
Eric Rudolph US-amerikanischer Attentäter, verübte mehrere Bombenanschläge, darunter auf die Olympischen Spiele 1996 in Atlanta
Ерик Роберт Рудолф
Рудольф, Эрик
إريك رودولف
اریک رودولف
埃里克·魯道夫
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English (22)
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