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Dead by sunset : perfect husband, perfect killer?

by Rule, Ann.

Format: Print Book 1995
Availability: Available at 8 Libraries 8 of 9 copies
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Andrew Bayne Memorial Library Nonfiction 364.1 Rule
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Brentwood Library Nonfiction 364.15 Rule
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Bridgeville Public Library Nonfiction 364.1 RUL
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Carnegie Library of McKeesport Nonfiction 364.1523 R861d
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Community Library of Allegheny Valley - Tarentum Non Fiction 364.15 RULE
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Sewickley Public Library Nonfiction 364.1 RUL 1995
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Springdale Free Public Library Adult Nonfiction ANF 364.1 RULE
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Western Allegheny Community Library Non-Fiction 364.1 RUL
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Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Eight years after killing his divorced wife in Portland, Oregon, Brad Cunningham was finally convicted of her murder. The best-selling author of The Stranger beside Me (1981) and Everything She Ever Wanted (1992) tackles the case of the five-times-married Cunningham, whose loving personality and demeanor changed after each marriage. Although Rule's treatment has a promising beginning, her initial remark about the whole affair--that "the end would be a long time coming" --fittingly applies to the whole chronicle. Part of the book's overall problem may be that, compared to, say, cunning serial killer Ted Bundy, the manipulative Cunningham, who killed only once, is not particularly interesting, nor is his particular crime unique. Now if he had killed all five wives, that might be quite a story! Still, Rule knows how to pack some punch into her narrative, and her name on the cover will garner the interest of true-crime aficionados. With a large first printing, an author tour of the major venues, and lots of marketing hoopla, Simon & Schuster is counting on that. (Reviewed Sept. 1, 1995)0684802058Sue-Ellen Beauregard"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Publisher's Weekly Review: "True crime writer Rule's latest, about a successful and charismatic banker accused of murdering his estranged wife. (Apr.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved"
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Additional Information
Subjects Keeton, Cheryl, -- 1949-1986.
Cunningham, Bradly Morris.
Murder -- Oregon -- Portland -- Case studies.
Uxoricide -- Oregon -- Portland -- Case studies.
Trials (Murder) -- Oregon -- Portland -- Case studies.
Publisher New York :Simon & Schuster,1995
Language English
Description 429 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN 0684802058
9780684802053
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