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Cruel Doubt by  Joe McGINNISS - First Edition - 1991 - from Ravenwood Gables Bookstore and Biblio.com

Cruel Doubt

by McGINNISS, Joe

Condition: Near Fine/Fine


New York: Simon & Schuster, 1991. First Edition, 1991. Simon & Schuster hard cover first printing with remainder mark, in fine dust jacket protected in clear, easily removable archival cover. 460 tight, clean pages. An account of a bizarre murder case in which a woman's wealthy husband is bludgeoned to death in bed while she lies beside him. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Fine.


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