The Summer Wind: Thomas Capano and the Murder of Anne Marie Fahey

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HarperCollins Publishers, Incorporated, 1999 - True Crime - 287 pages
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Prosecutor Thomas Capano was the "golden boy" of Delaware State politics. Anne Marie Fahey was the vivacious young secretary to the Governor. For two years Fahey was the perfect foil for the married Capano's obsessive manipulation. Then she finally ended their relationship -- and he killed her.

This riveting true account re-creates the Capano-Fahey affair -- from the first flirtation to the final, cold-blooded act of arrogance, when Capano dumped an ice chest containing Anne Marie's lifeless body into the Atlantic. And it takes us into the courtroom, behind prison walls -- and into the minds of the men and women who united in a brilliant campaign to bring a well-connected killer to justice.

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User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

Chilling and sad - mainly because it's true. I remember when this happened but had forgotten many of the details, and reading this book brought them all back along with many things I didn't know ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lori - Goodreads

The Summer Wind is investigative reporting at its finest. George Anastasia goes behind the scenes of Delaware's Trial of the Century, uncovering the good, bad and plain out ugly of the Capano family ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1999)

George Anastasia has twice been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and won the coveted Sigma Delta Chi Award for magazine reporting for this coverage of the Thomas Capano-Anne Marie Fahey murder. A reporter with the "Philadelphia Inquirer", he is also the author of four previous books, including "The Summer Wind", his acclaimed account of the Capano case. He lives with his wife in southern New Jersey.

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