Blood will tell: the murder trials of T. Cullen Davis

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979 - Law - 400 pages
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This is riveting true story of money and murder. The story of a torrid August night in Fort Worth, Texas, when a man in black entered a $6 million mansion, put a bullet through the chest of sexy, blonde Priscilla Davis, and murdered her lover and her daughter. Her husband is arrested for murder.

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Review: Blood Will Tell: The Murder Trials of T. Cullen Davis

User Review  - Brian - Goodreads

My wife is from Amarillo, where the trial for Cullen Davis was held. It's quite a true crime book - interesting, but didn't really capture my attention. It ended up being a slog in parts. Read full review

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User Review  - James - Goodreads

Exciting story especially for those who know Fort Worth...what really happened??? Read full review

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Born and raised in Texas, Gary Cartwright graduated from Texas Christian University. In the ten years after graduation, Cartwright worked for five different newspapers. After successfully publishing his first book, a novel called The Hundred Yard War, Cartwright became a freelance writer. Named associate editor for Texas Monthly in 1982, where he now holds senior editor duties, Cartwright has written a handful of screenplays and just as many books. A life-altering heart attack, which required a quintuple bypass and a pacemaker, inspired Cartwright to write the book Heartwiseguy: How to Live the Good Life After a Heart Attack, a memoir that also gives practical advice and valuable tips.

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