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Celebrity Culture and Crime: The Joy of Transgression (Cultural Criminology) Hardcover – 1 Mar 2010


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'By bringing the study of celebrity and criminality together and highlighting the many forms of interconnections between them, the book elucidates our often fractious engagement and fascination with both arenas...one can only hope that Penfold-Mounce's book will serve as a valuable prompt for further scholarship on this enormously rich topic.' - Crime, Media, Culture

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This book explores the relationship between crime and celebrity, examining criminals who become celebrities and celebrities who become criminals

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