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Cold Blooded: The New Year's Day Massacre Libro EPUB, PDF

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Cold Blooded: The New Year's Day Massacre por The Ghost 978-1589097896 PDF ePub
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  • Título Original: Cold Blooded: The New Year's Day Massacre
  • Autor del libro: The Ghost
  • ISBN: 978-1589097896
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:92
  • Realese fecha:1986-06-11
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Cold Blooded: The New Year's Day Massacre por The Ghost Libro PDF, EPUB

"Cold Blooded: The New Year's Day Massacre" is the compelling true story about Ricky Javon Gray and Ray Dandridge's vicious attack on the Richmond, Virginia, community. In 1959 in a small town in Holcomb Kansas, it was the Clutter family whose brutal deaths caused a national uproar, and accounts of the murder were later chronicled in Truman Capote's book, "In Cold Blood". "Cold Blooded: The New Year's Day Massacre" is the compelling true story about Ricky Javon Gray and Ray Dandridge's vicious attack on the Richmond, Virginia, community. In 1959 in a small town in Holcomb Kansas, it was the Clutter family whose brutal deaths caused a national uproar, and accounts of the murder were later chronicled in Truman Capote's book, "In Cold Blood". It was one of America's most haunting crimes of that time. Fast forward to 2006 and the appalling murders of Bryan and Kathryn Harvey and their daughters Stella and Ruby, whose untimely deaths shook up the city of Richmond. Brace yourselves, readers, for the version that never made the news. Lilly Ann Pauley, the woman who made the 911 call that would later put an end to Ricky Gray and Ray Dandridge's vicious murder spree, delivers a gripping account of the 2006 slaying of the Harvey family. In this real-life thriller, she will bring readers face to face with pure evil, and expose for the first time new and shocking information that law enforcement failed to unveil during the course of their investigation. Her story will shake readers out of their seats! Read and see how poorly she was treated by law enforcement after assisting them in breaking one of the biggest murder cases in decades...After years of silence, she finally speaks out!