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Summary

Gini Graham Scott reexamines some of the most high-profile cases of the century, those involving America's most prominent public figures, including: Texas oil tycoon T. Cullen Davis, Kennedy kin Michael Skakel, the Menendez brothers of Beverly Hills, blonde Miami bombshell Candy Mossler, and more. As seductive as the accused killers themselves, this book will shock, engage, and enrage true crime fans.

Gini Graham Scott reexamines some of the most high-profile cases of the century, those involving America's most prominent public figures, including: Texas oil tycoon T. Cullen Davis, Kennedy kin Michael Skakel, the Menendez brothers of Beverly Hills, blonde Miami bombshell Candy Mossler, and more. As seductive as the accused killers themselves, this book will shock, engage, and enrage true crime fans.

©2014 Gini Graham Scott (P)2016 Gini Graham Scott

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  • 26-07-18

Narrator couldve been better.

The readers halting vocal style was distracting. Surprised author can go into the Lindbergh kidnapping case, the murder of Mary phagan, lawrencia bembenek, Gary Gilmore another more famous cases. He Blended little known cases with well-known ones

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