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Never Seen Again: A Ruthless Lawyer, His Beautiful Wife, and the Murder that Tore a Family Apart

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Perry March was a brilliant attorney working for one of the top law firms in Nashville, Tennessee. When he married Janet Levine,a painter whose beauty was as striking as her art, he seemed to have it all. But their marriage began to deteriorate, and soon he and Janet did nothing but fight—often in front of their two young children. Janet decided to make an appointment with ...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published April 29th 2008 by St. Martin's True Crime (first published 2008)
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Never Seen Again (Jean March)
True crime story. Janet March was about to divorce her husband.
The last five years of their marriage was rocky, arguments, financial issues and suspected thoughts of infidelity. Then one night an argument occurred and Janet disappeared never to be found. The number one suspect was her husband Perry March. But can he be convicted without the body.

A very intense story, with legal battles, custody issues, not to mention homes and money in Mexico. Add to this, Perry an
Ronnie Cramer
Straight-forward and concise (just over 200 pages). Not bad at all, but definitely not for fans of more detailed, in-depth works.
Georgiann Hennelly
This is a true crime story. Janet March and her husband were about to get divorced. The last five years of there marriage was very rocky,fincial issues, arguements and suspected infidelity. During an arguement one night Janet disappeared.The number one suspect is always the spouse. But without a body can they convict her husband of her disappearance? I found this to be a very emotional story. And i could not help feeling sorry for the children they are the one,s who suffer the most.
This is a True Crime book I am reading. It is a good book but unfortunately it is about a husband killing his wife, and his own father's helping him dispose of the body. I am not done reading this book yet but I hope they string the both of them up for this crime.
Yet again I am reminded there are creepy people out there, and sometimes smart women marry them...
It was a good true crime book.
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