She heard his footsteps as he came up the hall, and wondered why he was back so soon. He walked into the room, over to the bed, dropped onto it with a deep groan and said, "I can sleep now. I've just killed Paul." A small town in mid-America is shocked when its most successful merchant commits murder. His daughter tells her father's story as she lived it at age thirteen. A true story, with documented accounts, woven into a quaint but chilling account of a family's beginning and descent into fear and murder. . .
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Published August 4, 2009
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