Death in a Fish Pond: A Perfect Husband, a Perfect Marriage, a Perfect Murder?

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New Horizon Press, 2005 - True Crime - 298 pages
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A terrified scream forever shattered the quiet calm of a Utah neighborhood as a distraught husband pulled is beloved wife from the backyard fishpond he had recently constructed. At first glance, police had no reason to be suspicious regarding Pamela Mead's death. Her husband David was obviously suffering from the loss and no evidence immediately pointed to foul play. However, in the days and weeks that followed, suspicions were steadily aroused. Women who claimed to have relationships with David contacted police with troubling stories. David's cousin, a recovering drug addict, surfaced to recount a shocking proposal made shortly before Pamela's death. An unusually large life-insurance policy was purchased mere months before the so-called accident. And when police returned to the Mead household to gather more evidence, the fishpond where David Mead found his departed wife was gone.

Written by the prosecutor of the criminal trial, Death in a Fish Pond is the chilling detailed account of the perfect husband, the murder, and the two trials to bring the killer to justice.

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User Review  - olemoney - LibraryThing

The true story of a husband who nearly got away with the murder of his wife; as told by the district attorney. I found it very intriguing, occasionally humorous, touching at other times. In a couple ... Read full review

Death In A Fish Pond: A Perfect Husband. A Perfect Marriage. A Perfect Murder?

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Unlike many true crime tales that are dashed off to coincide with the latest lurid headlines, this book is cohesive and much less sensational than its counterparts. The actual crime-doting husband ... Read full review

Contents

The Day Pam Died
1
ATerrible Morning
9
A Strange Funeral
19
Copyright

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