Property of the Folsom Wolf

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Dec 12, 1994 - Murder - 496 pages
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Veteran investigative reporter Lasseter now delivers this incredible true story of Cynthia Coffman, the St. Louis housewife who abandoned her family and became the sex-slave of ex-Folsom Prison convict Greg Marlow, known to his fellow inmates as "Folsom Wolf". Together, the pair went on a cross-country spree of sex, torture and murder that ended with their convictions and death sentences.

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
11
Section 3
15
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About the author (1994)

Don Lasseter has authored a dozen true crime books and more than fifty magazine articles. Lasseter's television appearances include A&E's "American Justice and Biography," Court TV, the Discovery Channel, and CSPAN's Book TV. He is a resident of Orange County, California.

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