Grave Accusations: A True Story of Lies, Family Secrets, and Death
A Wife and Mother Lie Dead
A shotgun blast blows away beautiful thirty-one-year old Monica Dunn, the mother of three young daughters, in the bedroom of her suburban home. Her husband stands only feet away from her. Was it suicide or murder?
A Husband Indicted
Police officer Paul Dunn is suspected of killing his estranged wife. Maintaining his innocence he is ostracized by his fellow officers and friends, condemned by Monica's well-connected family, loses custody of his children, and is finally indicted for murder by a grand jury.
A Dead Witness
As the trial that gained national attention ensues, Monica reaches from the beyond the grave with an avenging testament. But will her chilling words convict him or free him?
A Grave Accusation
A real-life whodunit, Grave Accusations exposes the shocking secrets of a doomed marriage and a sensational trial that would destroy lives and tear apart a town with whispers of betrayal, obsessive romance, and violent death.
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Grave accusations: a suspicious death, a husband's arrest, a fight for justice: a true storyUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Former New Mexico policeman Paul Dunn was charged with murdering his estranged wife, Monica Dunn, in April 1994 in Farmington, NM. This account of Paul's relationship with Monica, her death, and the ... Read full review
Great interesting story, leaving much questions to the case, and curious answers...stories of police officers being involved in a crime seems too much for the badge to wear!
The Greeneyed Monster
All Hallows Eve
A Media Frenzy
Rush to Judgment
The Childrens Nightmare Memories
Science and Opinion
A Suspicious Mistake or Two
The Razors Edge
The Defense Begins
Another Theory or Two
Truth Lies and Lie Detectors
DRAWING SIDES AND POINTING FINGERS
The Grand Jury
A Lost Missile
DEFENDING THE TRUTH
The Mystery Woman
To Speak or Not to Speak
Homicide or Suicide?
TRIUMPH AND REPROACH
Lawsuits Ad Infinitum
Interview with Alan Whitehead
A Study in Tunnel Vision
Interview with Grand Jury Foreman
Collection of Letters on the Performance of Police Officer Paul Dunn