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      Graysmith, Robert.
      c2012.
      1st ed.
      First biography of the little-known real-life Tom Sawyer (a friend of Mark Twain during his brief tenure as a California newspaper reporter), tol
      Graysmith, Robert.
      2010.
      1st ed.
      Graysmith, Robert.
      2006.
      Library ed.
      [sound recording]
      Graysmith, Robert.
      2004, c2003.
      Jove mass market ed.
      [electronic resource] :
      Graysmith, Robert.
      2002.
      A former "San Francisco Chronicle" reporter continues his account of the series of murders committed in California beginning in 1968 by revealing
      Graysmith, Robert.
      c1997.
      The author provides a psychological portrait of Kaczynski and questions the FBI's efforts in uncovering the Unabomber.
      Graysmith, Robert.
      c1986.
      1st ed.
      Cover image for Zodiac [videorecording]
      [2008]
      2-disc director's cut; [widescreen ed.].
      Robert Graysmith is a socially awkward newspaper cartoonist. He becomes obsessed with the Zodiac, a serial killer whom was murdering people in th
      [videorecording]
      Cover image for Zodiac [videorecording]
      2007.
      A serial killer in the San Francisco Bay Area taunts police with his letters and cryptic messages. The four men most affected by the killer are S
      [videorecording]
      2007.
      A serial killer in the San Francisco Bay Area taunts police with his letters and cryptic messages. Looks into the lives of the four men most effe
      [videorecording]
      Cover image for Auto focus [videorecording]
      [2003], c2002.
      Special ed.; Widescreen version.
      Bob Crane became well known as the star of the comedy hit series "Hogan's Heroes." With fame and success, Crane drove headfirst into the darker,
      [videorecording]