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The Marshalls were the perfect family in the perfect town. They had new cars and a permanent place in the country-club set. Then, on a chilly September night, Maria Marshall - the beautiful wife and mother - was murdered in cold blood. The tragedy had only just begun.

While sympathy poured in for Maria's husband, Rob, and their three sons, the shocking facts were slowly revealed - facts about money-hungry Rob Marshall, about debts, affairs, and hitmen. And when a police investigation turned into a relentless prosecution and a dramatic trial, an even darker truth came out: Rob Marshall would use anyone - even his sons - to cover his crime.

From best-selling writer Joe McGinniss, here is the powerful true story of a horrifying murder, the quest for justice, and the disintegration of an American dream.

©1991 Joe McGinniss (P)1991 Simon & Schuster

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Abridged

Felt cheated after hearing the word abridged. Totally should have been more careful when ordering.

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  • 07-19-16

Chilling, Rveting and Hard to Fathom

Excellently written and performed. If an unabridged version exists, I would listen all over again.

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