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Mary-Ann Tirone Smith

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  • Love Her Madly | Mary-Ann Tirone Smith

    Love Her Madly

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Mary-Ann Tirone Smith
    • Narrated By Susan Ericksen
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    Dan Rather is interviewing convicted ax-murderer Rona Leigh Glueck who will be the first woman executed in Texas since the Civil War. Poppy pauses the tape on a close-up of Rona Leigh's delicate, child-like hands. So maybe it was a lightweight ax. Poppy digs out Rona Leigh's case file to find - along with the grisly crime-scene photos - a physician's testimony that glee, not muscle, gave her the strength to commit the crime. Poppy is not so sure about this and wants to ensure justice.

  • An American Killing | Mary-Ann Tirone Smith

    An American Killing

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Mary-Ann Tirone Smith
    • Narrated By Susan Ericksen
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    As such things are measured in Washington, Denise Burke has everything a woman of wit could want: two hip kids able to look after themselves; a marriage constructed to allow maximum mutual leeway with a husband smack in the center of Clinton's inner circle; and a high-profile lover. Plus, she's a best-selling author of several true crime books. But when death strikes close to home, Denise becomes a woman with a big-time problem.

  • Girls of Tender Age | Mary-Ann Tirone Smith

    Girls of Tender Age

    • ABRIDGED (6 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Mary-Ann Tirone Smith
    • Narrated By Mary-Ann Tirone Smith
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    In Girls of Tender Age, Mary-Ann Tirone Smith fully articulates with great humor and tenderness the wild jubilance of an extended French-Italian family struggling to survive in a post-World War II housing project in Hartford, Connecticut.

    James says: "I changed my mind"
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