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Bad Blood A Family Murder in Marin County by  Richard M Levine - Paperback - 1983 - from Odds and Ends Shop and

Bad Blood A Family Murder in Marin County

by Levine, Richard M

Condition: Good

Signet. Good. 1983. Paperback. The spine and both covers, next to the spine, are creased from reading. The pages are clean, no tears or soiling. The pages and binding are tight. The cover is scuffed with a crease at the upper right corner the spine is tight, no soiling or tears. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 336 pages; On the first day of summer in 1975, a suburban Marin County couple named Jim and Naomi Olive were savagely slain. Their killers were the Olive's 16-year-old daughter and her 20-year-old lover. This is the story of that shocking murder, and the appalling events that led up to it. It is the story of the middle-class dream turned into a nightmare, of parents and children living in mutually alien and hostile worlds, and of a youth culture for which promiscuous sex and every kind of drug are no longer enough. It is a story that cuts to the bone of American life - and strikes inescapably close to home. Will combine shipping on more than one book. .


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