Nutcracker: money, madness, murder : a family album

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Doubleday, May 7, 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 444 pages
15 Reviews
Chronicles the murder of self-made Mormon millionaire Franklin Bradshaw by his grandson, who was persuaded to commit the crime by his culture-obsessed mother, Frances Schreuder, who feared losing her inheritance

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Review: Nutcracker: Money, Madness, Murder: A Family Album

User Review  - Nannette Serra - Goodreads

After watching Lee Remick's portrayal in the movie, I had to read this book. Remick blew me away in her portrayal of this female psychopath who programed her children to obey her will. Read full review

Review: Nutcracker: Money, Madness, Murder: A Family Album

User Review  - Valerie - Goodreads

This book was published in 1985, and has to do with an extremely dysfunctional family from Utah. Franklin and Berneice Bradshaw had four children, three girls and a boy. The boy died at a young age ... Read full review

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