Manson Murders’ Horrifying Details! Ivor Davis’ Newly Released Bestseller Reveals Exclusive Details About Charles Manson!

Ojai, California, USA – Renowned reporter and journalist Ivor Davis has released his latest book, Manson Exposed: A Reporter’s Fifty-Year Journey into Murder and Madness. His book culminates fifty years of rigorous research and endless interviews. Having co-authored the first ever Manson exposé in 1970, Davis now returns with new details and a completely unseen look inside the life, mind, and cult of Charles Manson. Manson Exposed provides a completely brazen and unfiltered look at the cult leader’s life, while also discussing his youth, childhood and more.

Ivor Davis is a bona fide authority in the realm of investigative reporting. Five To Die was the first book discussing the Manson murders that Davis co-authored. Exploring the deaths of Sharon Tate and other victims of the LaBianca murders, Davis covered the Manson and Charles Watson trials for the London Daily Express. He gained an immense amount of insight by personally sitting through the trials. However, his intuition nudged him on to keep looking as he discovered more information and was able to get access to more and more gruesome details. Despite the trials ending, David continued meeting more and more people involved in or closely linked to the case.

Manson Exposed features Davis’ signature style: his words are riveting like a well-written story, all the while bearing extreme attention to detail and pragmatism of a report. One of the highlights of the book is an interview with late actress Doris Day. Describing the setting of the interview in scrupulous detail, Davis discusses how once the interview was over, he sat at a bar with Day’s son, Terry Melcher, where he shared details of his involvement with the Manson cult. This interaction gave Davis exclusive details about Manson’s escape. Encompassing 29 chapters in total, the book has been divided into 5 parts: The Crime, The Investigation, The Trial, Collateral Damage and Justice. This gives readers a completely renewed look at how the entire situation unfolded.

British-born, Davis started his career in America in 1961 and then began working as a West Coast correspondent for the London Daily Express in 1963. His unique ability sent him to the highest of highs in the world of reporting. Having spent a considerable amount of time with the Beatles, Davis has interviewed top-tier celebrities, while working with prestigious publications including the New York Times.

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