A Piece of the Fox's Hide
For five generations the Bigham family was known in the Pee Dee region of South Carolina for their superior intelligence and power and their contempt for the law. This powerful account traces the family's chilling history to the sensational mass murder in 1921 and follows the six years of trials of Edmund Bigham, the sole remaining family member who was accused of the slaying. Includes courtroom testimony.
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Growing up in this area, I can remember my Dad talking about the Bighams but the stories I heard didn't do them justice compared to this book. It's a good interesting read until it gets to the trial transcript....
Review: A Piece of the Fox's HideUser Review - Tonya - Goodreads
This a good illustration of greed, family,history and cultural dynamics run astray. I grew up in Pamplico, SC and heard bits and pieces of the story growing up. I love a true crime novel and it was as added bonus that I could relate to the setting. Read full review