Blood Games: A True Account of Family Murder

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Onyx, 1992 - True Crime - 462 pages
4 Reviews
After being assaulted in their North Carolina home with a knife and a baseball bat, wealthy Lieth von Stein lay dead and his wife, Bonnie, near death. The crime seemed totally baffling until police followed a trail that led to the charming von Stein stepson. Photographs.

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User Review  - Suzanne - Goodreads

Love Jerry....thought this one was a tad drawn out. Read full review

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User Review  - Dee brown - Goodreads

Very wordy. It's a good story, however too many redundant things I skipped over 200 or so pages. It won't stop me from reading other books by this author. Read full review

About the author (1992)

Jerry Bledsoe was born July 14, 1941, in Danville, Virginia. Bledsoe is a newspaperman. He writes true crime stories as well as humor columns. He has won several awards, including the National Headliners Award (1969) and the Young Newspaperman Award from the International Newspaper Promotion Association (1971). As a writer Beldsoe focuses on North Carolina's land and people. Some of his titles include Some Funny Things Happened on the Way Back to the Land (1976), Visitin' with Carolina People (1980), and Blood Games: A True Account of Family Murder (1991). Blue Horizons: Faces and Places from a Bicycle Journey along the Blue Ridge Parkway was published in 1993. Before He Wakes: A True Story of Money, Marriage, Sex and Murder appeared in 1994. Bledsoe lives in Ashboro, North Carolina.

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