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The Cape Fear River Murders by Ernest Beasley

Title The Cape Fear River Murders
Author Ernest Beasley
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date 2011-02-24
Category Fiction
Total Pages 180
ISBN 1456739700
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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When high school girls are being murdered and thrown into the Cape Fear River in a small Southern town, it has all the signs that a serial killer is at work .The murders go unsolved by law enforcement as local corruption and politics come into play. The scenario changes after the daughter of an influential member of the community becomes one of the murdered vicitims. Called to the scene is a somewhat middle aged, over-the-hill private insvestigator whose appearance and demeanor look nothing like your typical "TV Private Investigator." Kenneth Sadler's looks and "Good Ole Country Boy" way of doing things fail to show an abundance of experience and knowledge. Keneth's worldly maner and high moral characer are not expressed at all. Well, maybe with the exception of the fact that he attracts widow women like a magnet. He often proves that "Older is Better!" Kenneth Sadler pursues what seems to be a hometown serial killler at full speed. In his pursuit, he finds that the case is more complex than first thought. The real mystery is what makes a person a serial killer.

Murder Along The Cape Fear by David T. Morgan

Title Murder Along the Cape Fear
Author David T. Morgan
Publisher Mercer University Press
Release Date 2005
Category Fiction
Total Pages 233
ISBN 0865549664
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Murder Along the Cape Fear is the story of Fayetteville and Fort Bragg, North Carolina, during the twentieth century. Seen through the eyes of a native son, this is the tale of one - a distinguished historian - who lived through some of it and heard about much of it from friends and relatives. In this hundred-year journey the town was profoundly impacted by the establishment of Fort Bragg 10 miles to its west. Throughout this hundred-year history, murder seems to be the scarlet thread that stitched the town into infamy. The book demonstrates that Fayetteville was by no means innocent prior to the coming of Fort Bragg. Nor did all of the crime and evil emanate from Fort Bragg after 1918. As for murder, there was an abundance of killing that had no connection with Fort Bragg, but the most sensational murder case of the century involved Jeffrey MacDonald, a Green Beret Army captain and physician who received three life terms in federal prison for killing his pregnant wife and two daughters. While many other Fort Bragg soldiers were involved with murders along the Cape Fear, murders were also committed by transient civilians and local citizens like the famous inventor of the M-1 carbine, Marshall "Carbine" Williams, and Velma Barfield, who poisoned her mother and three other people. In all, about two dozen murder cases-some highly publicized and some not-are woven into this story about a North Carolina town in the twentieth century. Engagingly told, this book is a wonderful blend of history, lore, and murder.

Murder On The Cape Fear by Ellen Elizabeth Hunter

Title Murder on the Cape Fear
Author Ellen Elizabeth Hunter
Publisher
Release Date 2010
Category Historic buildings
Total Pages 250
ISBN 0373267088
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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While refurbishing the house of a Civil War Blockade runner, historic preservationist Ashley Wilkes becomes involved in a mystery that links the life of Captain Pettigrew with a modern-day treasure hunt, and murder.

Title Plantation Memories of the Cape Fear River Country
Author Fanny C. Watters
Publisher
Release Date 1944
Category Cape Fear River Valley (N.C.)
Total Pages 45
ISBN UVA:X001229444
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Title Chronicles of the Cape Fear River 1660 1916
Author James Sprunt
Publisher
Release Date 1916
Category Cape Fear River Valley
Total Pages 732
ISBN UOM:39015062319218
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Title U S Geological Survey Circular
Author
Publisher
Release Date 1933
Category
Total Pages
ISBN UOM:39015037719351
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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