Death Benefit

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Avon, Aug 1, 1994 - Criminals - 440 pages
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In 1987, Virginia McGinnis and her husband reported that their boarder had fallen to her death while sightseeing. The young woman's mother asked lawyer Steven Keeney to look into the matter. He soon discovered a 20-year history of serial murders, arson, and insurance frauds, and he devoted five years to bringing Virginia McGinnis to justice. 8-page photo insert.

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DEATH BENEFIT: A Lawyer Uncovers a Twenty-Year Pattern of Seduction, Arson, and Murder

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The nail-biting tale of a female serial killer and the lawyer who dogged her to justice. Although Heilbroner is an attorney himself (three years in the Manhattan D.A.'s office, described in his ... Read full review

Death benefit: a lawyer uncovers a twenty-year pattern of seduction, arson, and murder

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In 1987, Steve Keeney, a Louisville, Kentucky, corporate attorney totally unfamiliar with criminal law, was approached by Bobbie Jo Roberts for advice because her insurance company would not pay the ... Read full review


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