Blind faith

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Putnam, 1989 - True Crime - 381 pages
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From the author of the classic bestseller Fatal Vision comes a murder case as shocking and wrenching a family tragedyniss shows readers the heart and soul of a man, a family and a way of life that are not what they are pretending to be. Serials in Rolling Stone and Ladies' Home Journal. 4 pages of photos.

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User Review  - Becky Salazar - Goodreads

Every time I look through my recommendations, I find a book I've already read but forgot about. As I recall, this was a great book, but no idea what year I read it and I can't remember details. Sorry. Read full review

Review: Blind Faith

User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

this was a mammoth of a true crime book - totally too many pages for the story. mcginniss' 'Fatal Vision' was better - not that this wasn't good, just shit... it could use some trimming back. I sort of feel like you could skim the entire second half of this book and not miss anything. Read full review


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