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Reader, I Murdered Him : Original Crime Stories. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780704341593.
The Women's Press Crime" Cover. Genre/Form: Mystery fiction.
A Burning Issue - Susan Dunlap Something to Cry About - Diane Biondo The Disappearance of Great Aunt Flavia - Amanda Cross Thinking of Evans - Lucy Anne Watt Murder at the Interenational Feminist Bookfair - Barbara Wilson A Blessing in Disguise - Millie Murray A wife in a Million - Val McDermid Standing Witness - Rebecca O'Rourke Death by Water - Abby Bardi Caroline - Penny Sumner Non-Custodial Sentence - Anne
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Hennegan, Alison: Introduction. In: Reader, I Murdered Him: An Anthology of Original Crime Stories. In: Crime on Her Mind. Fifteen Stories of Female Sleuths from the Victorian Era to the Forties. H. : Agatha Christie. Keitel, Evelyne: The Woman’s Private Eye View. Hg. Michele B. Slung.
Bibliographic Details. Title: READER, I MURDERED HIM: ORIGINAL CRIME. Publisher: St. Martin 1989. MURDER BY THE BOOK is now in it's 35th year. When in Rhode Island come by and stop in for a visit. Publication Date: 1989. We are less than 1/2 mile from the airport. HOURS: Appointment Only. Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: All items subject to prior sale. All prices subject to change.
One of the most sensational crime stories of recent years was the disappearance of 23-year-old Stacy .
One of the most sensational crime stories of recent years was the disappearance of 23-year-old Stacy Peterson. In 2007, Stacy lived in Bollingbrook, Illinois with her police officer husband, Drew Peterson, who was 30 years older and on his fourth marriage. Believe it or not, the jury bought Mancini’s story and acquitted him.