Unholy Covenant by Lynn Chandler-Willis
A True Story of Murder in North Carolina

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Radiant in her white satin wedding gown, Patricia Blakley was living a dream come true. At last, she was marrying the man she loved, Ted Kimble—a fellow Christian and son of a local preacher. But little did she realize her new husband had a dark side. Shock waves rocked the small, North Carolina town of Pleasant Garden when Patricia’s charred body was discovered inside the Kimble’s burned-out home. Soon family and friends learned an even worse truth—Patricia had died from a bullet wound to the head. Now, in Unholy Covenant, North Carolina journalist Lynn Chandler-Willis uncovers the story behind the crime. Taking readers from the crime scene to the courtroom, she delivers a passionate account of a crime that forever changed the lives of many in the small North Carolina community.

About Lynn Chandler-Willis

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Lynn Chandler-Willis is the founder of the Pleasant Garden Post, a biweekly newspaper, for which she is publisher and editor. The paper was a 1999 recipient of an Outstanding Community Service Award. She lives in North Carolina.
Published March 1, 2012 by Addicus Books. 309 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Purists decry the practice, and might reasonably wonder how Chandler-Willis could have known, for example, that on the morning of his arrest Ted Kimble was annoyed with his mother for failing to place his freshly laundered clothes in the proper drawers.

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