Cape May Court House

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Thorndike Press, 2003 - True Crime - 511 pages
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No one in Cape May Court House, New Jersey, was surprised when Eric Thomas, a popular young doctor, sued Ford Motor Company for the wrongful death of his pregnant wife, Tracy. The accident they were involved in was minor, and they were driving a big, powerful Explorer. Nevertheless, Tracy died in the accident, leaving behind her husband and cherished young daughter. Backed by the medical examiner's findings, Thomas's lawsuit claimed that the vehicle's air bag inflated improperly, resulting in Tracy's suffocation. But what started out as a product-liability case rapidly evolved into something altogether different when Ford alleged that Tracy was killed not by the air bag -- but by manual strangulation.

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More like three and a half...not the best writing. This guy was BIG into bad cliffhangers. "Little did they know as they fell asleep that night, that the worst was yet to come..." etc. It was great to ... Read full review

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Like most people, I am aware of the bare facts of what happened to the Donner party, but not the total story. I picked up Daniel James Brown's "The Indifferent Stars Above: The Harrowing Saga of a ... Read full review

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One Hand Avenue
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Two Family
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Three The Investigation
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