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Will to Murder 4th Edition
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Nonetheless, Marjorie was acquitted of these murders. And she was never even charged for 2 more murders of which she is almost certainly guilty. The heirs to whom she would forfeit her share of her mother's vast estate "settled" the civil case involving the "slayer statute" [the one that expresses the intent that those who kill their benefactor shalt not benefit.] One can only shake one's head in wonderment and console oneself that although there be imperfect justice on this Earth, certainly Marjorie will answer to a Higher Authority in the Next Life. She has already exhibitted an affinity for Fire in her numerous arsons, for some of which she was actually imprisoned.
This book is a collaboration between former Duluth News-Tribune crime reporter Gail Feichtinger, the Duluth Detective Gary Waller, and the St. Louis Co Prosecutor John DeSanto. With 20/20 hindsight, they courageously lead the reader through the morass of investigative and legal procedure and admit to screw-ups along the way. They explore "what ifs," like DNA testing, which was not developed back in the "Dark Ages" of the 1970's. There are helpful photos and charts and an abbreviated Congdon Family Tree in the back. An Index of all the players would have been nice, but I made my own.
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The book not only chronicles a double-murder investigation and two trials, it brings the cases up to date with new DNA analysis of critical evidence.
When I checked around, Will to Murder was flying off the shelves here in Minnesota. I suspect it will have legs and get national attention as well.
This book is well written and for the first time the whole story of the murders, as well as plenty of back ground into the killers is given.
The historical back ground of the Condon family and others is intermixed within the plot and unlike most crime stories was worth reading.
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grand daughter was so excited to get this book for her bday they she slept with it ! now to see if she can actually read they that large book ! Read morePublished 1 day ago by bolisab
Great book. Super interesting story! I would like to visit Duluth, MN sometime and see the house.Published 5 months ago by Marian Crowell
The cover was a little more worn than I had expected. There were at least 4 bookmakers in the book as well.Published 10 months ago by K. M.
I chose this book for my book club because my uncle, Dr. Stanley Irving, was the pathologist who preformed the autopsies. It was a good read. Couldn't put it down.Published 12 months ago by Gavin J. Mills