Murder in Memphis by Dorris Porch

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When Deborah Groseclose, a 24 year old mother of two, disappeared the day after telling her mother, Aline, that a strange man followed her home, Deborah's family became instantly alarmed. With the gruesome discovery of Deborah's body, Aline and Debbi's sister, Rebecca, quickly find themselves tangled in a web of lies, hatred and murderous possibilities. Although the police believe Deborah's murder is linked to a string of nurse murders in the area, the two women agonize over an even more diabolic scenario: that at the center of the crime is Deborah's charming naval recruiter husband, Bill.

The horrible truth comes out in a gut-wrenching trail, and Debbie's family goes home to heal. But their trial is not over. During the years that follow, they must endure appeal after appeal until 1997, 20 years later, when a shocking verdict begins their nightmare again.

About Dorris Porch

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Dorris D. Porch is the sister of Aline Watts, Deborah's mother. She lives outside of Memphis in Millington, Tennessee. Rebecca Easley is a recognized victim's rights advocate in Tennessee. She is the founder of the Crime Victim's Task Force and a registered lobbyist for the City/County/State Police. She Lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee.
Published September 15, 1997 by New Horizon Press. 200 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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The 1977 murder in Memphis of 24-year-old medical receptionist Debbie Groseclose was notable mainly for the banality of those implicated.

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William “Bill” Edward Groseclose was twice divorced and determined that he would never allow another wife to divorce him;

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