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An American Vein: Critical Readings in Appalachian Literature

Danny Miller, Sharon Hatfield, Gurney Norman - History - 2005 - 400 pages
Intending to create a foundational text for further scholarship on Appalachian writing, the editors have selected 29 critical reviews for this collection. They include thematic ...
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Witch hunt in Wise County: the persecution of Edith Maxwell

Gary Dean Best - History - 1994 - 186 pages
Like the Scopes "monkey trial," the two murder trials of Edith Maxwell were the subject of extensive publicity and controversy because many women believed she was tried and ...
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Murder, Honor, and Law: 4 Virginia Homicides from Reconstruction to the ...

Richard F. Hamm - History - 2003 - 263 pages
In 1868 a scion of one of the leading families of Richmond, Virginia, ambushed and killed the cityís most controversial journalist over an article that had dishonored the ...
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The Stranger In My Bed

Michael Fleeman - True Crime - 2007 - 288 pages
He Found New Brides To Love Him- All Diane Bertalan really knew of her new husband, John, was that he was a widower, he lavished her with gifts, and he preferred to keep his ...
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Murder Along the Cape Fear: A North Carolina Town in the Twentieth Century

David T. Morgan - Fiction - 2005 - 233 pages
Murder Along the Cape Fear is the story of Fayetteville and Fort Bragg, North Carolina, during the twentieth century. Seen through the eyes of a native son, this is the tale of ...
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A Time to Kill: A Novel

John Grisham - Fiction - 2010 - 672 pages
Donít miss a sneak peek of Sycamore Row, John Grishamís new novel inspired by A Time to Kill, in the back of the book. The life of a ten-year-old girl is shattered by two ...
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A Love to Die for

Patricia Springer - True Crime - 2000 - 256 pages
The chilling true tale of murder among friends looks at the youngest woman on death row, Christa Pike, and the terrifying act of brutality that landed her there. Reprint.
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