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Peepeyes: Cause of Death: Unknown (DOA) The True Crime Murder Mystery of Nell Tucker

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This book chronicles the journey of discovery by a man who went on a quest to solve a mystery. Did his grandmother die the way he was told she had, or was she murdered? The rumor had plagued his family for almost four decades. Could the unthinkable be true, that his own grandfather might have been involved with the mysterious death of his grandmother?



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Published March 26th 2011 by Xlibris Corporation
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Crystal
This book is very poorly written and full of grammatical and genealogical errors. Most of the "evidence" the author puts into the book has been passed along quite a few times, very rarely in the book is there an actually first or second hand encounters with provided information. The book is very obviously written from a one sided point of view that the reader notices right from the start. Mr. Tucker repeatedly misrepresented himself and his intentions to the subjects that he interviewed. The act ...more
Crystal
This book is very poorly written and full of grammatical and genealogical errors. Most of the "evidence" the author puts into the book has been passed along quite a few times, very rarely in the book is there an actually first or second hand encounters with provided information. The book is very obviously written from a one sided point of view that the reader notices right from the start. Mr. Tucker repeatedly misrepresented himself and his intentions to the subjects that he interviewed. The act ...more
Carmen
Lived in the same town as Dwain and his brother, Brian. I had no idea this happened to their family. I knew the boys through school and activities. I find it interesting, "what went on behind closed doors" in the small town we grew up in, and yet I had no idea.
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Feb 14, 2012 Dwain S. rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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