From cradle to grave: the short lives and strange deaths of Marybeth Tinning's nine children

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W. Morrow, 1989 - Social Science - 363 pages
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The subject of a front page New York Times article and a "Sixty Minutes" segment, the complex series of events that led to the deaths of nine of Marybeth Tinning's children reveals the bizarre dark side of human evil. The author deals with the questions "What drives a woman to murder her own infants?" and "What sort of conspiracy of silence operates where nine children in one family can die before official actions are taken?" Photos.

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From 1972 to 1985, all the children of the Tinnings, a Schenectady, N.Y. couple, died in infancy. At first, friends and physicians assumed they were victims of "crib death'' or an inexplicable genetic ... Read full review

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MARYBETHS BABIES
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Joyce Egginton is the author of six other books including the New York Times best-seller From Cradle to Grave. For twenty years she was New York Correspondent for The Observer of London.

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