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by Pat Gebhard

ePub Motives for Murder download
Author:
Pat Gebhard
ISBN13:
978-0887392689
ISBN:
0887392687
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Publisher:
Creative Arts Book Co; First Edition edition (April 1, 2000)
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Genre Fiction
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by David Gebhard, Patricia Gebhard, Santa Barbara University Art Museum University Of California, R. M. Schindler. ISBN 9780887392689 (978-0-88739-268-9) Softcover, Creative Arts Book Co, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Motives for Murder'. The Reference Realist in Library Academia.

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Haven't we all fallen in love with at least one of our collegeprofessors during the emotional, erotic 60s? But how far did we evertake it? And if we did take it anywhere, did we ever consider the far-ranging implications for other peoples' lives? Probably not. Patricia Gebhard, a retired academician, seems to have a firm grip on the intimate battles that always seem to take place around an especially charismatic male in the crowd.

His death has been classified as a suicide, but as forensic geologist Scott Wolter discovers, there’s reason to think he may not have killed himself

I ached to comfort him, but there was nothing I could say. It transpired that it was Benson from the farm who had seen the accident

I ached to comfort him, but there was nothing I could say. It transpired that it was Benson from the farm who had seen the accident. g round a bend, swerved to avoid a cyclist, and bucketed its way over the short grass verge to the cliff edge. He had watched in fascinated horror as it teetered on the brink, front wheels in space, before, in slow-motion, disappearing over the edge. By the time his numbed legs had carried him there, it had burst into flames and a moment later the petrol tank exploded

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The Essex Boys murders saw the cold-blooded slaying of Pat Tate and two associates in Rettendon, Essex in 1995, a brutal triple gangland murder that sent shockwaves through the area.

The Essex Boys murders saw the cold-blooded slaying of Pat Tate and two associates in Rettendon, Essex in 1995, a brutal triple gangland murder that sent shockwaves through the area. On 6 December 1995, three leading members of the Essex Boys gang, Tony Tucker, (38), Pat Tate, (37) and Craig Rolfe, (26) were found dead from gunshot wounds inside a range rover on a lane next to the A130 at Rettendon, Essex. It was a brutal triple gangland murder that sent shockwaves through the local underground community. In Essex Boys: The Truth, the real story of what happened and the ensuing fallout is finally revealed.

Lucy Metzger, whose popular professor husband is poisoned during a solo business trip to New York, faces accusations not only from police but also from her own father. Long ago disillusioned with her husband, Lucy had worked on a graduate degree and mothered their children in California; now she must find out who has framed her. As the narrator, Lucy devotes most of the book to detailing her early obsession with her husband and why she could not have killed him--though she provides many reasons to the contrary.