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The crime book, Contributors, Shanna Hogan, Michael Kerrigan, Lee Mellor, Rebecca Morris, Cathy Scott ; foreword by Cathy Scott, (electronic resource)

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The crime book
Title
The crime book
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Contributors, Shanna Hogan, Michael Kerrigan, Lee Mellor, Rebecca Morris, Cathy Scott ; foreword by Cathy Scott
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eng
Summary
Explores the cases of over one hundred notorious crimes and criminals from world history, covering bandits, arsonists, hucksters, white collar criminals, organized crime, kidnappers, extortionists, and murderers
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Hogan, Shanna
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364.109
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HV6025
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.C75 2017
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • 1959-
  • 1982-
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  • Kerrigan, Michael
  • Mellor, Lee
  • Morris, Rebecca T.
  • Scott, Cathy
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  • Crime
  • Criminals
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Criminology
  • Crime
  • Criminals
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The crime book, Contributors, Shanna Hogan, Michael Kerrigan, Lee Mellor, Rebecca Morris, Cathy Scott ; foreword by Cathy Scott, (electronic resource)
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Contents
  • 19
  • Old game of robbing Peter to pay Paul
  • Charles Ponzi
  • Ponzi, Charles
  • 102
  • You can't convict a million dollars
  • The Teapot Dome Scandal
  • 108
  • Citizens were dying right, left, and center: The Bhopal Disaster
  • 110
  • World's biggest mugging: The City of London Bonds Theft
  • Damnation seize my soul if I give you quarters
  • 114
  • It's all just one big lie
  • Bernie Madoff
  • Madoff, Bernie
  • 116
  • I know in my mind that I did nothing criminal
  • The Enron Scandal
  • 122
  • He put in peril the existence of the bank
  • Jérôme kerviel
  • Edward "Blackbeard" Teach
  • kerviel, Jérôme
  • 124
  • Bribery was tolerated and... rewarded
  • The Siemens Scandal
  • 128
  • Not just nerdy kids up to mischief in their parents' basement: The Spyeye Malware Data Theft
  • 128
  • Irregularities... go against everything Volkswagen stands for: The Volkswagen Emissions Scandal
  • 130
  • Organized Crime
  • Teach, Edward "Blackbeard"
  • Most hazardous of all trades, that of the smuggler
  • The Hawkhurst Gang
  • 136
  • In Sicily there is a sect of thieves
  • The Sicilian Mafia
  • 138
  • They dare do anything
  • The Triads
  • 146
  • No more villainous, ruffianly band was ever organized: The Wild Bunch
  • 20
  • 150
  • Prohibition has made nothing but trouble: The Beer Wars
  • 152
  • If the boss says a passing crow is white, you must agree
  • The Yakuza
  • 154
  • When we do right, nobody remembers. When we do wrong, nobody forgets
  • Hells Angels
  • Angels, Hells
  • 160
  • Burke's the butcher, Hare's the thief, Knox the boy that buys the beef
  • They were the best years of our lives
  • The Krays, Richardsons
  • 164
  • All empires are created of blood and fire
  • The Medellín Cartel
  • 166
  • It was always about business, never about gangs: "Freeway': Rick Ross
  • 168
  • Kidnapping and Extortion
  • He valued her less than old swords: The Abduction of Pocahontas
  • Burke, Hare
  • 176
  • Marvelous real-life romance
  • The Tichborne Claimant
  • 177
  • Anne, they've stolen our baby!: The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping
  • 178
  • Since Monday I have fallen into the hands of kidnappers: The Kidnapping of John Paul Getty III
  • 186
  • I'm a coward. I didn't want to die: The Kid nap ping of Patty Hearst
  • 188
  • 22
  • I still sleep with a night light. I can't ride a subway: The Chowchilla Kidnapping
  • 190
  • I always felt like a poor chicken in a henhouse: The Kidnapping of Natascha Kampusch
  • 196
  • Murder Cases
  • An unusually clear case, like a "smoking gun": The Neanderthal Murder
  • 202
  • Perpetrated with the sword of justice
  • Jean Calas
  • Calas, Jean
  • They were brave fellows. They were true men
  • 203
  • Not guilty by reason of insanity
  • Daniel M'Naghten
  • M'Naghten, Daniel
  • 204
  • Gave Katherine warning to leave: The Dripping Killer
  • 206
  • Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother forty whacks
  • Lizzie Borden
  • Borden, Lizzie
  • The James-Younger Gang
  • 208
  • Fingerprinting alone has proved to be both infallible and feasible: The Stratton Brothers
  • 212
  • Thank God it's over. The suspense has been too great
  • Dr Crippen
  • Crippen, Dr
  • 216
  • I was driven by a will that had taken the place of my own
  • Madame Caillaux
  • Caillaux, Madame
  • Bandits, Robbers, and Arsonists
  • 24
  • 217
  • She was very good looking with beautiful dark hair: The Black Dahlia Murder
  • 218
  • Artist was so well informed on chemicals... it was frightening
  • Sadamichi Hirasawa
  • Hirasawa, Sadamichi
  • 224
  • I have been a victim of many unusual and irrational thoughts: The Texas Tower Massacre
  • 226
  • Now is the time for Helter Skelter: The Manson Family
  • It's for the love of a man that I'm gonna have to die
  • 230
  • A dingo's got my baby!: The Death of Azaria Chamberlain
  • 238
  • I was Mr. Nobody until I killed the biggest somebody on Earth: The Murder of John Lennon
  • 240
  • Who has sent you against me? Who has told you to do this thing?: The Murder of Roberto Calvi
  • 241
  • I was on death row, and I was innocent
  • Kirk Bloodsworth
  • Bloodsworth, Kirk
  • Bonnie, Clyde
  • 242
  • An act of unparalleled evil: The Murder of James Bulger
  • 244
  • I'm afraid this man will kill me some day
  • O. J. Simpson
  • Simpson, O. J.
  • 246
  • Foul play while in the Spy Craft store
  • Craig Jacobsen
  • Jacobsen, Craig
  • 26
  • 252
  • People are afraid and don't want to talk to us: The Murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls
  • 254
  • Serial Killers
  • Murdering people... for sheer sport
  • Liu Pengli
  • Pengli, Liu
  • 262
  • Said Dame Alice had a certain demon
  • Alice Kyteler
  • You'll never believe it-they've stolen the train
  • Kyteler, Alice
  • 263
  • Blood of maidens will keep her young
  • Elizabeth Báthory
  • Báthory, Elizabeth
  • 264
  • I will send you another bit of innerds
  • Jack the Ripper
  • 266
  • They'd rather be dead than be with me
  • The Great Train Robbery
  • Harvey Glatman
  • Glatman, Harvey
  • 274
  • I just like to kill
  • Ted Bundy
  • Bundy, Ted
  • 276
  • Calculated, cruel, cold-blooded murders
  • Ian Brady
  • Brady, Ian, Myra Hindley
  • 30
  • Hindley, Myra
  • 284
  • More terrible than words can express
  • Fred, Rosemary West
  • West, Rosemary
  • 286
  • This is the Zodiac speaking
  • The Zodiac Killer
  • 288
  • In his own eyes, he was some sort of medical god
  • Addicted to the thrill
  • Harold Shipman
  • Shipman, Harold
  • 290
  • A mistake of nature
  • Andrei Chikatilo
  • Chikatilo, Andrei
  • 292
  • I was sick or evil, or both
  • Jeffrey Dahmer
  • Dahmer, Jeffrey
  • Bill Mason
  • 293
  • A danger to young women
  • Colin Pitchfork
  • Pitchfork, Colin
  • 294
  • Read your ad. Let's talk about the possibilities
  • John Edward Robinson
  • Robinson, John Edward
  • 298
  • Assassinations and Political Plots
  • Mason, Bill
  • Insatiable and disgraceful lust for money: The Assassination of Pertinax
  • 304
  • Murdering someone by craft: The Hashashin
  • 305
  • Sic semper tyrannis!: The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
  • 306
  • Dreyfus is innocent. I swear it! I stake my life on it-my honor!: The Dreyfus Affair
  • 310
  • If they shed my blood, their hands will remain soiled: The Assassination of Rasputin
  • 312
  • Father of all treasons
  • 36
  • There has to he more to it: The Assassination of John F Kennedy
  • 316
  • I kiss you for the last time: The Abduction of Aldo Moro
  • 322
  • Barbarity was all around us: The Kid napping of Ingrid Betancourt
  • 324
  • Barbaric and ruthless: The Poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko
  • 326
  • To me it is only so much scrap gold: The Theft of the World Cup
  • 37
  • Miss, you'd better look at that note
  • D.B. Cooper
  • Cooper, D.B.
  • 38
  • Without weapons, nor hatred, nor violence: The Société Générale Bank Heist
  • 44
  • I stole from the wealthy so I could live their lifestyle
  • Thomas Blood
  • John MacLean
  • MacLean, John
  • 45
  • Sing of my deeds, tell of my combats... forgive my failings
  • Phoolan Devi
  • Devi, Phoolan
  • 46
  • Fire becomes a mistress, a lover
  • John Leonard Orr
  • Orr, John Leonard
  • Blood, Thomas
  • 48
  • It was the perfect crime: The Antwerp Diamond Heist
  • 54
  • He was an expert in alarm systems: The Theft of the Cellini Salt Cellar
  • 56
  • Weird and unbelievable, but it's a very real criminal case: The Russia-Estonia Vodka Pipeline
  • 57
  • Old-school London criminal gents
  • The Hatton Garden Heist
  • 58
  • 18
  • Con Artists
  • Under the influence of bad counsels... I fell a martyr: The Affair of the Diamond Necklace
  • 64
  • People took their hats off to such a sum: The Crawford Inheritance
  • 66
  • Smoothest con man that ever lived: The Sale of the Eiffel Tower
  • 68
  • Domela's story rings with the high lunacy of great farce
  • Harry Domela
  • Domela, Harry
  • A civil, obliging robber
  • 70
  • If my work hangs in a museum long enough, it becomes real
  • Elmyr de Hory
  • Hory, Elmyr de
  • 74
  • It's not stealing because I'm only taking what they give me
  • Doris Payne
  • Payne, Doris
  • 78
  • They inflated the raft and left the island. After that nobody seems to know what happened: Escape from Alcatraz
  • John Nevison
  • 80
  • At the time, virtue was not one of my virtues
  • Frank Abagnale
  • Abagnale, Frank
  • 86
  • I was on a train of lies. I couldn't jump off
  • Clifford Irving
  • Irving, Clifford
  • 88
  • Originally I copied Hitler's life out of books, but later I began to feel I was Hitler
  • Nevison, John
  • Konrad Kujau
  • Kujau, Konrad
  • 90
  • If this is not a ring-in I'm not here: The Fine Cotton Scandal
  • 94
  • White Collar Crimes
  • Money... has often been a cause of the delusion of multitudes: The Mississippi Scheme
  • 100
  • Nothing is lost save honor: The Black Friday Gold Scandal
  • 101
Control code
ocn980367522
Edition
First American edition.
Extent
1 online resource (352 pages).
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Owing to Legal Deposit regulations this resource may only be accessed from within National Library of Scotland. For more information contact enquiries@nls.uk.
Isbn
9780241307366
Media category
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Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
7BFCDB50-7640-4958-9773-63E4B828883D
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o980367522
  • (OCoLC)980367522
Label
The crime book, Contributors, Shanna Hogan, Michael Kerrigan, Lee Mellor, Rebecca Morris, Cathy Scott ; foreword by Cathy Scott, (electronic resource)
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Contents
  • 19
  • Old game of robbing Peter to pay Paul
  • Charles Ponzi
  • Ponzi, Charles
  • 102
  • You can't convict a million dollars
  • The Teapot Dome Scandal
  • 108
  • Citizens were dying right, left, and center: The Bhopal Disaster
  • 110
  • World's biggest mugging: The City of London Bonds Theft
  • Damnation seize my soul if I give you quarters
  • 114
  • It's all just one big lie
  • Bernie Madoff
  • Madoff, Bernie
  • 116
  • I know in my mind that I did nothing criminal
  • The Enron Scandal
  • 122
  • He put in peril the existence of the bank
  • Jérôme kerviel
  • Edward "Blackbeard" Teach
  • kerviel, Jérôme
  • 124
  • Bribery was tolerated and... rewarded
  • The Siemens Scandal
  • 128
  • Not just nerdy kids up to mischief in their parents' basement: The Spyeye Malware Data Theft
  • 128
  • Irregularities... go against everything Volkswagen stands for: The Volkswagen Emissions Scandal
  • 130
  • Organized Crime
  • Teach, Edward "Blackbeard"
  • Most hazardous of all trades, that of the smuggler
  • The Hawkhurst Gang
  • 136
  • In Sicily there is a sect of thieves
  • The Sicilian Mafia
  • 138
  • They dare do anything
  • The Triads
  • 146
  • No more villainous, ruffianly band was ever organized: The Wild Bunch
  • 20
  • 150
  • Prohibition has made nothing but trouble: The Beer Wars
  • 152
  • If the boss says a passing crow is white, you must agree
  • The Yakuza
  • 154
  • When we do right, nobody remembers. When we do wrong, nobody forgets
  • Hells Angels
  • Angels, Hells
  • 160
  • Burke's the butcher, Hare's the thief, Knox the boy that buys the beef
  • They were the best years of our lives
  • The Krays, Richardsons
  • 164
  • All empires are created of blood and fire
  • The Medellín Cartel
  • 166
  • It was always about business, never about gangs: "Freeway': Rick Ross
  • 168
  • Kidnapping and Extortion
  • He valued her less than old swords: The Abduction of Pocahontas
  • Burke, Hare
  • 176
  • Marvelous real-life romance
  • The Tichborne Claimant
  • 177
  • Anne, they've stolen our baby!: The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping
  • 178
  • Since Monday I have fallen into the hands of kidnappers: The Kidnapping of John Paul Getty III
  • 186
  • I'm a coward. I didn't want to die: The Kid nap ping of Patty Hearst
  • 188
  • 22
  • I still sleep with a night light. I can't ride a subway: The Chowchilla Kidnapping
  • 190
  • I always felt like a poor chicken in a henhouse: The Kidnapping of Natascha Kampusch
  • 196
  • Murder Cases
  • An unusually clear case, like a "smoking gun": The Neanderthal Murder
  • 202
  • Perpetrated with the sword of justice
  • Jean Calas
  • Calas, Jean
  • They were brave fellows. They were true men
  • 203
  • Not guilty by reason of insanity
  • Daniel M'Naghten
  • M'Naghten, Daniel
  • 204
  • Gave Katherine warning to leave: The Dripping Killer
  • 206
  • Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother forty whacks
  • Lizzie Borden
  • Borden, Lizzie
  • The James-Younger Gang
  • 208
  • Fingerprinting alone has proved to be both infallible and feasible: The Stratton Brothers
  • 212
  • Thank God it's over. The suspense has been too great
  • Dr Crippen
  • Crippen, Dr
  • 216
  • I was driven by a will that had taken the place of my own
  • Madame Caillaux
  • Caillaux, Madame
  • Bandits, Robbers, and Arsonists
  • 24
  • 217
  • She was very good looking with beautiful dark hair: The Black Dahlia Murder
  • 218
  • Artist was so well informed on chemicals... it was frightening
  • Sadamichi Hirasawa
  • Hirasawa, Sadamichi
  • 224
  • I have been a victim of many unusual and irrational thoughts: The Texas Tower Massacre
  • 226
  • Now is the time for Helter Skelter: The Manson Family
  • It's for the love of a man that I'm gonna have to die
  • 230
  • A dingo's got my baby!: The Death of Azaria Chamberlain
  • 238
  • I was Mr. Nobody until I killed the biggest somebody on Earth: The Murder of John Lennon
  • 240
  • Who has sent you against me? Who has told you to do this thing?: The Murder of Roberto Calvi
  • 241
  • I was on death row, and I was innocent
  • Kirk Bloodsworth
  • Bloodsworth, Kirk
  • Bonnie, Clyde
  • 242
  • An act of unparalleled evil: The Murder of James Bulger
  • 244
  • I'm afraid this man will kill me some day
  • O. J. Simpson
  • Simpson, O. J.
  • 246
  • Foul play while in the Spy Craft store
  • Craig Jacobsen
  • Jacobsen, Craig
  • 26
  • 252
  • People are afraid and don't want to talk to us: The Murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls
  • 254
  • Serial Killers
  • Murdering people... for sheer sport
  • Liu Pengli
  • Pengli, Liu
  • 262
  • Said Dame Alice had a certain demon
  • Alice Kyteler
  • You'll never believe it-they've stolen the train
  • Kyteler, Alice
  • 263
  • Blood of maidens will keep her young
  • Elizabeth Báthory
  • Báthory, Elizabeth
  • 264
  • I will send you another bit of innerds
  • Jack the Ripper
  • 266
  • They'd rather be dead than be with me
  • The Great Train Robbery
  • Harvey Glatman
  • Glatman, Harvey
  • 274
  • I just like to kill
  • Ted Bundy
  • Bundy, Ted
  • 276
  • Calculated, cruel, cold-blooded murders
  • Ian Brady
  • Brady, Ian, Myra Hindley
  • 30
  • Hindley, Myra
  • 284
  • More terrible than words can express
  • Fred, Rosemary West
  • West, Rosemary
  • 286
  • This is the Zodiac speaking
  • The Zodiac Killer
  • 288
  • In his own eyes, he was some sort of medical god
  • Addicted to the thrill
  • Harold Shipman
  • Shipman, Harold
  • 290
  • A mistake of nature
  • Andrei Chikatilo
  • Chikatilo, Andrei
  • 292
  • I was sick or evil, or both
  • Jeffrey Dahmer
  • Dahmer, Jeffrey
  • Bill Mason
  • 293
  • A danger to young women
  • Colin Pitchfork
  • Pitchfork, Colin
  • 294
  • Read your ad. Let's talk about the possibilities
  • John Edward Robinson
  • Robinson, John Edward
  • 298
  • Assassinations and Political Plots
  • Mason, Bill
  • Insatiable and disgraceful lust for money: The Assassination of Pertinax
  • 304
  • Murdering someone by craft: The Hashashin
  • 305
  • Sic semper tyrannis!: The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
  • 306
  • Dreyfus is innocent. I swear it! I stake my life on it-my honor!: The Dreyfus Affair
  • 310
  • If they shed my blood, their hands will remain soiled: The Assassination of Rasputin
  • 312
  • Father of all treasons
  • 36
  • There has to he more to it: The Assassination of John F Kennedy
  • 316
  • I kiss you for the last time: The Abduction of Aldo Moro
  • 322
  • Barbarity was all around us: The Kid napping of Ingrid Betancourt
  • 324
  • Barbaric and ruthless: The Poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko
  • 326
  • To me it is only so much scrap gold: The Theft of the World Cup
  • 37
  • Miss, you'd better look at that note
  • D.B. Cooper
  • Cooper, D.B.
  • 38
  • Without weapons, nor hatred, nor violence: The Société Générale Bank Heist
  • 44
  • I stole from the wealthy so I could live their lifestyle
  • Thomas Blood
  • John MacLean
  • MacLean, John
  • 45
  • Sing of my deeds, tell of my combats... forgive my failings
  • Phoolan Devi
  • Devi, Phoolan
  • 46
  • Fire becomes a mistress, a lover
  • John Leonard Orr
  • Orr, John Leonard
  • Blood, Thomas
  • 48
  • It was the perfect crime: The Antwerp Diamond Heist
  • 54
  • He was an expert in alarm systems: The Theft of the Cellini Salt Cellar
  • 56
  • Weird and unbelievable, but it's a very real criminal case: The Russia-Estonia Vodka Pipeline
  • 57
  • Old-school London criminal gents
  • The Hatton Garden Heist
  • 58
  • 18
  • Con Artists
  • Under the influence of bad counsels... I fell a martyr: The Affair of the Diamond Necklace
  • 64
  • People took their hats off to such a sum: The Crawford Inheritance
  • 66
  • Smoothest con man that ever lived: The Sale of the Eiffel Tower
  • 68
  • Domela's story rings with the high lunacy of great farce
  • Harry Domela
  • Domela, Harry
  • A civil, obliging robber
  • 70
  • If my work hangs in a museum long enough, it becomes real
  • Elmyr de Hory
  • Hory, Elmyr de
  • 74
  • It's not stealing because I'm only taking what they give me
  • Doris Payne
  • Payne, Doris
  • 78
  • They inflated the raft and left the island. After that nobody seems to know what happened: Escape from Alcatraz
  • John Nevison
  • 80
  • At the time, virtue was not one of my virtues
  • Frank Abagnale
  • Abagnale, Frank
  • 86
  • I was on a train of lies. I couldn't jump off
  • Clifford Irving
  • Irving, Clifford
  • 88
  • Originally I copied Hitler's life out of books, but later I began to feel I was Hitler
  • Nevison, John
  • Konrad Kujau
  • Kujau, Konrad
  • 90
  • If this is not a ring-in I'm not here: The Fine Cotton Scandal
  • 94
  • White Collar Crimes
  • Money... has often been a cause of the delusion of multitudes: The Mississippi Scheme
  • 100
  • Nothing is lost save honor: The Black Friday Gold Scandal
  • 101
Control code
ocn980367522
Edition
First American edition.
Extent
1 online resource (352 pages).
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Owing to Legal Deposit regulations this resource may only be accessed from within National Library of Scotland. For more information contact enquiries@nls.uk.
Isbn
9780241307366
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
7BFCDB50-7640-4958-9773-63E4B828883D
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o980367522
  • (OCoLC)980367522

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    211 N. Bynum Road, Lone Jack, MO, 64070, US
    38.872371 -94.172528
  • Marlborough Community Center (Library-to-Go)Borrow it
    8200 Paseo Blvd, Kansas City, MO, 64131, US
    38.9789396 -94.5672338
  • Midwest Genealogy CenterBorrow it
    3440 S. Lee's Summit Road, Independence, MO, 64055, US
    39.055851 -94.391098
  • North Independence BranchBorrow it
    317 W. 24 Hwy., Independence, MO, 64050 , US
    39.100794 -94.418828
  • North Oak BranchBorrow it
    8700 N. Oak Street Tfwy., Kansas City, MO, 64155 , US
    39.251581 -94.576666
  • Oak Grove BranchBorrow it
    2320 S. Broadway St., Oak Grove, MO, 64075, US
    38.99155 -94.13043
  • Parkville BranchBorrow it
    8815 Tom Watson Pkwy., Parkville, MO, 64152 , US
    39.2099 -94.68334
  • Platte City BranchBorrow it
    2702 N.W. Prairie View Road, Platte City, MO, 64079, US
    39.348257 -94.758381
  • Platte County Resouce Center (Library-To-Go)Borrow it
    11724 NW Plaza Circle, Kansas City, MO, 64153, US
    39.305988 -94.685134
  • Raytown BranchBorrow it
    6131 Raytown Road, Raytown, MO, 64133, US
    39.010894 -94.462706
  • Red Bridge BranchBorrow it
    11140 Locust St., Kansas City, MO, 64131, US
    38.92449 -94.58647
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    2700 N.W. Vivion Road, Riverside, MO, 64150, US
    39.178749 -94.612022
  • Smithville BranchBorrow it
    120 Richardson St., Smithville, MO, 64089, US
    39.373305 -94.582329
  • South Independence BranchBorrow it
    13700 E. 35th St., Independence, MO, 64055 , US
    39.05803 -94.41822
  • Weston BranchBorrow it
    18204 Library Drive, Weston, MO, 64098 , US
    39.421434 -94.895691
  • Woodneath Library CenterBorrow it
    8900 NE Flintlock Road, Kansas City, MO, 64157, US
    39.253636 -94.467911
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