An Unfinished Canvas: A True Story of Love, Family, and Murder in Nashville

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Penguin, Oct 2, 2007 - True Crime - 384 pages
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User Review  - Suzanne.speterson - LibraryThing

This book was so poorly written I cannot understand how it got to a publisher. I skimmed it and shouldn't have bothered. It seems the authors did very little research and repeated and repeated AND ... Read full review

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I agree with the fact the book was not well written as I know for a fact several of the facts in this book are wrong. For instance Detective McElroy died in the FALL of 2005 not the Spring of 2006. There are others but this is easy public knowledge that they got wrong. In fact when he passed it was all over Nashville news. 

Contents

PART
A Perfect Life
Cracks in the Facade
Dont WorryShell Be Back
She Simply Vanished
The Critical First Two Weeks
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Break in the Case
The Brady Bunch
Death by Default
Was the Body Moved Twice?
A Family Affair
Clouds on the Mexican Horizon
Shuttle Diplomacy
Trouble in Paradise
PART THREE

An Army of Police
Goodbye Nashville
Dead Ends
The Grave Seekers
No Body No Cause of Death No Time of Death
PART
The Ghost of Marcia Trimble CHAPTER 14 Moving On Without Janet
The Cold Case Unit
Just Who Were Janet and Perry?
Janet Loved Him
A Change of Jurisdictions
Absentee
They Are Kidnappers
Sex Lies and Videotapes
Right Person Wrong Theory
A Midnight Bike Ride
An International TugofWar
Old Classmates
Lets Make a Deal
Attending to Some Old Business
And in This Corner
Collateral Damage
The Price Tag for Freedom
Hiring a Hit
Like Father Like
The First TrialTheft
The Second TrialConspiracy
The Third TrialMurder
The Camera Never Blinks
The Defense Steps
The Verdict
Aftermath
EPILOGUE About the Author
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About the author (2007)

Michael Glasgow is a native of Nashville. He has a BA degree from Vanderbilt University and a JD degree from the University of Tennessee. He was coauthor of an Unfinished Canvas, published in 2007. He resides in the South, and is currently working on his next book.

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