They Call Them Grifters: The True Story of Sante and Kenneth Kimes
When an 82-year-old Manhattan heiress disappeared, an investigation led to the arrest of Sante and Kenneth Kimes, a mother and son team who had lived in a world of riches and privilege. As they face trial, accused of a shocking array of crimes, including murder, an award-winning police reporter provides this gripping account of a case that continues to shock the nation. of photos.
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