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Murderers' Row Volume Three - Wrecking Crew My Brother's Keeper Summary Execution - cover

Murderers' Row Volume Three - Wrecking Crew My Brother's Keeper Summary Execution

John Ferak, Chris Russo Blackwood, Michael Withey

Publisher: WildBlue Press

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Three bestselling true crime books for the price of one—from the Steven Avery case to a brother’s quest for justice to an international conspiracy.  Wrecking Crew: While working for USA Today’s Investigative Team, John Ferak wrote dozens of articles on Steven Avery, who was charged with the murder of Teresa Halbach. In Wrecking Crew, Ferak lays out high-profile lawyer Kathleen Zellner’s post-conviction strategy to free Avery.   “Whatever you thought you believed about this infamous case, get ready to change your mind or be more convinced than ever . . . Fascinating.” —Steve Jackson, New York Times bestselling author  My Brother’s Keeper: The moment he found out his brother Gary was missing and presumed dead, Ted Kergan launched a relentless effort to bring two suspected killers to justice and find Gary’s body. Little did he know his quest would consume a fortune and take thirty years to reach its dramatic conclusion.  An International Book Awards Finalist!   “A thirty-year search for the truth . . . a story of persistence, determination, and deep brotherly love.” —Denise Wallace, author of Daddy’s Little Secret  Summary Execution: On June 1, 1981, two young activists, Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes, were murdered in Seattle in what was made to appear like a gang slaying. But the victims’ families and friends suspected they were considered a threat to Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his regime’s relationship to the United States.   “Remarkable . . . The story has so many twists—as well as amazing turns—that prove the point that conspiracy theories aren’t necessarily fiction.” —Eric Nalder, Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative journalist
Available since: 03/03/2020.
Print length: 910 pages.

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