Murder On Birchleaf Drive The True Story Of The Michelle Young Murder Case

Author: Steven B. Epstein
Editor: Black Lyon Publishing
ISBN: 9781934912867
File Size: 41,42 MB
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Was Jason the monster who bludgeoned his beautiful wife to death, leaving his toddler alone for hours to walk through her blood? If so--would he get away with it? To the outside world, Jason and Michelle Young lived a storybook life--an attractive couple with great jobs, a beautiful home, a precocious two-year-old daughter, and a baby boy on the way. Soon after the 29-year-old pregnant mother's brutally beaten body was discovered on their bedroom floor, a very different picture emerged. Of a marriage crumbling at its foundation. Of a meddlesome New York mother-in-law whose running critique left Jason frustrated and angry. Of a 32-year-old man who behaved like a frat boy rebelling against adult responsibilities. MURDER ON BIRCHLEAF DRIVE documents the gripping tale of a family's marathon quest for justice, confounding crime scene evidence, persistence of law enforcement officers, and riveting courtroom combat.

Northern Winters Are Murder

Author: Lou Allin
Editor: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459716302
File Size: 66,19 MB
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Another freezing winter descends in seeming peace upon the Northern Ontario lake where realtor Belle Palmer lives genteelly with her dog, tropical fishes and classic film collection. But the snow-laden tranquillity is tragically disturbed when a good friend is lost in a freak snowmobile accident on an isolated lake. Or so it seems. Belle and others suspect foul play, but a motive and a criminal prove hard to find. Resort owners, anti-environmentalists and the new local drug dealers may all have had reason to want Jim Burian quietly removed, and information isn’t forthcoming. Belle is determined to find out what happened to this decent man, but she is shocked when she discovers what twisted roots underlie this savage crime on idyllic northern ice.

School And Community History Of Dickenson County Virginia

Author: Dennis Reedy
Editor: The Overmountain Press
ISBN: 9781570720109
File Size: 20,85 MB
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This work is a compilation of articles written by teachers during the 1920s and 1930s. In addition to histories of early schools and community origins, the book contains a wealth of other information—from stories of Indians, hunting, and the Civil War, to life and customs of the pioneers in general. The names of many of Dickenson’s early residents also found their way into the book, either as early settlers in one of the communities or as teacher, student, or patron of one of the many one- and two-room schools.

A Massachusetts Mystery

Author: Jason Fairbanks
Editor: Applewood Books
ISBN: 1429091096
File Size: 30,80 MB
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"On May 18, 1801 eighteen-year-old Elizabeth Fales died in a pasture in Dedham, Massachusetts. That August her twenty-year-old boyfriend Jason Fairbanks went on trial for her murder. The Fairbanks/Fales case was the celebrity trial of its day, captivating the American public with its gory tale of love and betrayal. The 'Report of the trial of Jason Fairbanks' and 'The solemn declaration of the late unfortunate Jason Fairbanks' were published within months of Jason's execution. They present the cases for the prosecution and the defense, telling a true crime story as mysterious today as on the day Elizabeth Fales died." -- Page 4 of cover.