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Final Justice The True Story of the Richest Man Ever Tried for Murder

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ISBN-10: 0525934529

ISBN-13: 9780525934523

Edition: N/A

Authors: Steven Naifeh, Gregory White Smith

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"The setting was a mansion in an exclusive Fort Worth suburb. The date was August 2, 1976. Shots shattered the night. A wounded woman staggered to a neighbor's home to plead for help. Another woman made it to the highway and flagged down a car. Their stories were the same. A man had invaded the mansion, bent on murdering everyone inside. The police arrived to find a young girl shot to death. The only bright spot in this scene of horror was that finding the killer would be easy. Both women gave the police his name." "Cullen Davis." "But from the moment that name surfaced, what ordinarily would have been an open-and-shut case of crime and punishment became something else. For Cullen Davis was…    
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Book details

List price: $24.00
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 9/8/1993
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 480
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.782
Language: English

Steven Naifeh was born in Tehran, Iran, June 19, 1952, to parents in the U.S. Diplomatic Service. He attended Princeton University receiving an A.B. summa cum laude in American History, Harvard Law School receiving a J.D., Harvard Graduate School of School of Arts and Sciences, receiving both an M.A. and a PhD, and University of South Carolina receiving a Ph.D. in Humane Letters. Naifeh co-authored, with Gregory White Smith, Jackson Pollock: An American Saga which received the Pulitzer Prize for Biography in 1991 and was a finalist for National Book Award Nonfiction in 1990. He and Smith also co-authored Final Justice which was an Edgar Allan Poe Award Finalist in Fact Crime in 1994.…    

Gregory White Smith was born in Ithaca, New York on October 4, 1951. He received a degree in English literature from Colby College in 1973 and a law degree from Harvard University in 1977. He worked in San Francisco for Morrison & Foerster, where he was quickly assigned the task of editing the writing of other lawyers. He quit after two months because he wanted to write things that numerous people would read. He wrote more than 15 books with his spouse and co-author Steven Naifeh. They won the Pulitzer Prize in biography for Jackson Pollock: An American Saga. There other works include Moving Up in Style: The Successful Man's Guide to Impeccable Taste, The Mormon Murders: A True Story of…