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Murder in Mayberry : Greed, Death, and Mayhem in a Small Town
by Mary Kinney Branson and Jack Branson


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When the local law enforcement of Madisonville, Kentucky, come upon the murder scene of Ann Branson, a prominent ultra-millionaire with multiple blows to the head and nearly 100 stab wounds, they're in unfamiliar territory.
Add these dynamics and you have a crime scene waiting to be swept under a small-town rug.  Read more...


 
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When the local law enforcement of Madisonville, Kentucky, come upon the murder scene of Ann Branson, a prominent ultra-millionaire with multiple blows to the head and nearly 100 stab wounds, they're in unfamiliar territory.
Add these dynamics and you have a crime scene waiting to be swept under a small-town rug. That's the beginning of this story. Add that the crime took place in the Bible Belt, where church involvement is a way of life, even for killers. Add that those closest to the victim are honest believers who respond to the tragedy in often unique ways. Add international extradition struggles at all levels of law enforcement. Add secrets behind picket fences, lies lived and told to neighbors, addiction, and greed. Add that one of the people closest to the victim is a federal agent and you have a true crime story with an unusual perspective, penetrating inside details, and emotional insights not typically available.
Murder in Mayberry is both a clinically researched crime story and the emotional journey of the author's family as they moved from normal to changed forever that fateful January morning.


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  • ISBN: 9780882825311
  • Publisher: New Horizon Press
  • Date: July 2016
 
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