Blind Obedience: A True Story of Family Loyalty and Murder in South Georgia (Google eBook)

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Mercer University Press, 2000 - Social Science - 239 pages
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Relates the notorious case of a bitter feud that ended in murder in 1905, when Joe Rawlins sent his sons to kill the family of W.L. Carter, and chronicles the subsequent trial of Rawlins and his sons.
  

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Contents

Chapter 3
23
Chapter 5
45
Chapter 7
97
Chapter 19
184
November 17 1905
199
Chapter 22
219
Epilogue
237
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About the author (2000)

Boyd was 1 of 18 children born to an Oklahoma sharecropper. He was in the Marine Corps. He started his writing career as a reporter at the Macon Telegraph. He was named state editor and was assigned to travel the countryside in search of stories.

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