The State Vs. Elinor Norton
Elinor Norton was a privileged wife, widow, and mistress, but is she a murderer? During the sensational trial, Elinor admitted that she had killed her lover, Blair Leighton. She was guilty. Or was she? What had actually happened that led this wealthy young woman to be on trial for her life? Only one person knows the whole story--and the telling of it would change Elinor's life forever.
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