Edward Jay Epstein, Annals of Unsolved Crime Series: The Mysteries of the Vatican

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Prize-winning investigative reporter and former New Yorker staff writer Edward Jay Epstein will speak to true crime fans and conspiracy enthusiasts around the globe through a series of interactive online video chats discussing some of history's most intriguing unsolved crimes, which are the topic of his recent book, The Annals of Unsolved Crime (published by Melville House). Those who RSVP will also receive a free downloadable “briefing” on the crime excerpted from the book. The Mysteries of the Vatican For 30 years, on assignment for The New Yorker and Vanity Fair, Epstein investigated the mysterious death of Roberto Calvi, often called “God’s Banker” because of his close association with the Vatican’s finances. Calvi’s death will be discussed alongside other Vatican mysteries, including the 1981 attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II.