Preacher's Girl: The Life and Crimes of Blanche Taylor Moore

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HarperCollins Publishers, 1993 - Political Science - 376 pages
Chronicles the twisted life and times of Blanche Taylor Moore, a devout born-again Christian seemingly devoted to her ill husband, but who concealed a psychopathic past filled with abuse, violence, and sexual outrage. Reprint.

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Blanche Taylor Moore was a loving wife and mother, a doting grandmother, a born-again Christian. She was also a paragon of Southern womanly virtue whose husband - the Reverend Dwight Moore - was ... Read full review

PREACHER'S GIRL: The Life and Crimes of Blanche Taylor Moore

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Involving but unsatisfying chronicle of the murderous career of a Bible Belt Borgia. Though strong in delineating his story's milieu of food franchises and fundamentalism and its medical world of ... Read full review


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Jim Schutze has been nominated for two Edgar awards. He is the author of "By Two and Two" and "Preacher's Girl". The Dallas bureau chief of of the "Houston Chronicle", he has been an investigative reporter for the Detroit Free Press" and the Dallas "Times Herald". He now lives in Dallas with his wife and son.

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