Book Reviews of A Clue from the Grave

A Clue from the Grave
A Clue from the Grave
Author: Irene Pence
ISBN-13: 9780786013432
ISBN-10: 0786013435
Publication Date: 1/3/2000
Pages: 306
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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"Clearly the author has done her homework. The riveting details throughout the book could only come from the parties involved: the victim's family, the investigators and the murderer himself. The story held me spellbound. I couldn't put the book down until I discovered how the charismatic Bill Lipscomb with his distinguished military career had slipped up and was caught." amazon review
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This was a really good book.
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Story of a greedy husband who wife was worth more to him dead than alive.Read this book in one night
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On a summer morning in June 1986, the naked corpse of Kathleen was found. Everyone knows her almost ex-husband did it but they have to find the evidence against him.
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I really enjoyed this book very much. I love Irene Pences' style of writing. It is amazing how when a family will not accept a police departments inability to solve a murder, things happen when a family gets involved. I try to keep track of her latest books like I do another favorite of mine, Ann Rule.
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From the back cover - On a sweltering summer morning in June 1986, the naked corpse of Kathleen Lipsscomb was found on a country road just outside of San Antonio, Texas. She had been strangled and sodomized. Her estranged husband, distinguished Air Force Master Sergeant Bill Bipscomb, was the prime suspect. But his alibi was airthight: he'd been at home with their two young children on the night of the murder.