Dead End by Jeanne King
The Crime Story of the Decade--Murder, Incest and High-Tech Thievery

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The focus of this book is the trial and conviction of Sante and Kenneth Kimes for the bizarre murder of Irene Silverman, whose New York mansion they were attempting to steal.

About Jeanne King

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Jeanne King is an award-winning journalist who covered crime for Reuters for more than forty years. She lives in New York City.
Published March 20, 2002 by M. Evans & Company. 373 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Focusing on their trial for the murder of wealthy Manhattanite Irene Silverman, whose Upper East Side mansion they were trying to steal, King leapfrogs among exposition and biographical sketches, glitzy locales and courtrooms, exhaustively detailing the Kimeses' crimes (lying, passing bad checks,...

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At the head of the pack is one Eric Shelman who has attained certain reanimated notoriety with his series Dead Hunger.

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Stephen King’s 11/22/63 was a massive disappointment for me, but it contained just enough elements of the old King - ie, before half his characters thought in rhyming couplets or radio station jingles - that it made me interested in revisiting some of the classic King books that I loved so much a...

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