Brilliant linguist, charming professor, and renowned writer Tom Murray had a way with words.
He used them to seduce.
And he used them to get away with murder.
Erudite Kansas City professor Tom Murray seduced, then married his starry-eyed student Carmin Ross. But when Carmin attempted to leave their violent marriage, Tom stabbed her in the throat thirteen times, but left behind no evidence.
Convinced he'd committed a perfect crime, Tom didn't even solicit a lawyer. But he hadn't counted on relentless small town deputy sheriff Doug Wood, who refused to be underestimated. What happened next would result in one of the most unforgettable, shocking, and unexpected trials in Kansas state history.
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Posted April 27, 2010 by Fran , Laurel, MDI am sorry but this book was the worse true crime book I have ever read. When I read a true crime story I want to know how it happened, when it happened and who it happened to and how they caught the person responsible. The book is nothing but interviews with the suspect and a history lesson in Kansas. I was very disappointed and the only reason I finished it is because I paid for it.
January 05, 2009
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