Lizzie Borden: The Legend, the Truth, the Final Chapter

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Rutledge Hill Press, 1991 - Social Science - 382 pages
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In this amazing narrative, illustrated with rare photographs, Arnold Brown provides the reader with evidence that until now has not been publicly known. By analyzing the legal proceedings against Lizzie, he shows how the prosecution and defense conspired to keep the truth from entering the public record. The ensuing cover-up continues to this day, and the author provides convincing proof of the real murderer's identity. Illustrated.

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Brown claims that he has an anonymous, now deceased source who knew Andrew Borden's here-to-fore unknown illegitimate son, William. This William, who is described as being very fond of his axe, is ... Read full review

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Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the infamous Borden murders. Did Lizzie kill her father and stepmother? Not according to Brown, who thinks it's time to bury the hatchet. After meeting a man ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
7
Introduction
11
Overture
17
Part One
27
Part Two
123
Part Three
285
Finale
313
Appendix
325
Bibliography
378
Index
379
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