Pizza Bomber by Jerry Clark
The Untold Story of America's Most Shocking Bank Robbery (Berkley True Crime)

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On August 28, 2003, in the suburbs of Erie, Pennsylvania, a pizza delivery man named Brian Wells was accosted by several men who locked a time bomb around his neck. They then ordered him to rob a bank. After delivering the money, he would receive clues to help him disarm the bomb. It was one of the most ingenious bank robbery schemes in history, known as Collarbomb by the FBI. 
It did not go according to plan.
Wells, picked up by police shortly after the robbery, never found the clues he needed. Investigating the crime after his grisly death, the FBI soon discovered that Wells was not, in fact, an innocent victim. He was merely the first co-conspirator to fall in a bizarre trail of death following the crime.
Jerry Clark, the lead FBI Special Agent who cracked what became known as the Pizza Bomber case, and investigative reporter Ed Palattella, who followed it from the beginning, tell the complete story, from the inside, for the first time. 


About Jerry Clark

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As a reporter for the Erie Times Union, Ed Palattella covered the pizza bomber case from the beginning. He lives in Erie, PA.Jerry Clark was the lead investigator on the case and a long time FBI agent. He lives in Erie, PA.
Published November 6, 2012 by Berkley. 447 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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