Eye of the Beholder

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Kensington Books, Mar 31, 2009 - True Crime - 544 pages
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On a cold February evening in 1991, thirty-four-year-old TV anchorwoman Diane Newton was gunned down in the driveway of her country home in Marshall, Michigan. Her son and infant daughter were the only witnesses. Her husband, forty-four-year-old Bradford King, later told police that he found her body after returning from an evening walk. One year later, after playing a cunning mind game with Police - which included setting them on the trail of a nonexistent 'stalker' - Bradform King was arrested for the brutal murder of his wife. After a sensational trial that shocked the nation, King was convicted and sentence to life imprisonment. 'Eye of the Beholder' is the chilling story of a perfect marriage that wasn't what it seemed, and a journey through the heart of American justice into the darkness of the human soul. 16 pages of photos.
 

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From the moment Diane King, a popular 34-year-old television anchorwoman from Battle Creek, Michigan, was shot dead in the driveway, her husband, a criminal justice professor at Western Michigan ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
7
Section 3
9
Section 4
17
Section 5
25
Section 6
47
Section 7
84
Section 8
93
Section 24
269
Section 25
277
Section 26
287
Section 27
324
Section 28
333
Section 29
347
Section 30
353
Section 31
361

Section 9
143
Section 10
153
Section 11
161
Section 12
178
Section 13
193
Section 14
226
Section 15
259
Section 16
264
Section 17
264
Section 18
264
Section 19
264
Section 20
264
Section 21
264
Section 22
264
Section 23
264
Section 32
369
Section 33
374
Section 34
383
Section 35
392
Section 36
426
Section 37
448
Section 38
455
Section 39
463
Section 40
481
Section 41
502
Section 42
514
Section 43
521
Section 44
529
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About the author (2009)

Lowell Cauffiel is an American novelist, screenwriter, and producer. He began his career as a journalist, contributing to publications including "Rolling Stone "and the "Detroit News". In 1988, he entered the world of true-crime writing, publishing his first book, "Masquerade". He later went on to write the "New York Times" bestseller "House of Secrets". More recently, he has begun writing and producing crime documentaries and made his directorial debut in 2012 with the film "Men in a Box".

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