From Cradle to Grave

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Apr 1, 1990 - True Crime - 373 pages
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She drove a school bus in Schenectady, New York. She even worked as a nurse's aide in a pediatric ward. But this seemingly normal woman killed her ninth child by smothering it and is suspected of doing the same to her other eight children--while escaping suspicion for more than a decade.

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Review: From Cradle to Grave: The Short Lives and Strange Deaths of Marybeth Tinning's Nine Children

User Review  - Rebecca McNutt - Goodreads

Disturbing and sinister true crime novel with no end to its horror, vividly detailed and unforgettable. It's incredibly sad that these deaths happened, and this book gives the story of the police investigation that brought the killer to justice. Read full review

Review: From Cradle to Grave: The Short Lives and Strange Deaths of Marybeth Tinning's Nine Children

User Review  - Courteney Pepper - Goodreads

It's not really possible for me to rate this book, it's just too heartbreaking to like. I started the story because I was interested to find out what kind of person could do something so horrifying to ... Read full review

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MARYBETH
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JUDGMENT
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About the author (1990)

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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