Bunker Hill, that mysterious suburb of downtown Los Angeles, covered by ramshackle Victorian mansions, populated by a permanent underclass, hated by City Hall. Bunker Hill was immortalized by pulp crime writers (Chandler, Cain) and in film noir pictures (Criss Cross, Kiss Me Deadly) until City Hall had enough, and wiped the whole thing clean like a stain from a countertop.
Author: Nathan Marsak
Size: 12" H x 9" W
Publisher: Bunker Hill Publishing, 2020
About the author: Nathan Marsak became obsessed with Los Angeles after watching The Munsters, and the film The Loved One, on television as a child. As a result, he moved to LA to write about its architecture and culture in 1993. You can read more of Nathan's writing at RIP Los Angeles and Bunker Hill Los Angeles.