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See No Evil : The Strange Case of Christine Lamont & David Spencer. by  Isabel VINCENT - Paperback - First Edition - from Robert Wright Books and Biblio.com

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See No Evil : The Strange Case of Christine Lamont & David Spencer.

by VINCENT, Isabel

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(Toronto: Reed Books, 1995). First edition. Trade paperback format with french flaps, pp.viii, 212; illustrated. The case of a Canadian couple implicated in the kidnapping of Brazilian millionaire, Abilio Diniz. The couple maintain their innocence, despite being sentenced to 28 year jail sentences. Written by the the Globe and Mail's Latin America bureau chief. Fine..




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