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Plague of Justice: A True Crime Story

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ANN RULE's Web says "RECOMMENDED READ" Part of this story ended up on a special CBS 60 minutes segment. This true crime story, Plague of Justice, written by the murder victim s son, includes money, murder, arson, romance and security fraud. The seven month investigation including the efforts of the murder victims son leads to the arrest and conviction of 3 individuals. The ...more
Hardcover, 384 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by S.N.
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Jan 09, 2015 Mary rated it liked it
Very interesting. A first account of what a family can go through when a victim of a violent crime. Especially appalling was how the incarcerated murderer was allowed to freely harass the victim's family, causing emotional and financial stress, costing time and not allowing them to move on.
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This book was written by a family friend.
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