Mark Fuhrman's book that ended up being critical in nailing Skakel. He undertookt he investigation at the behest of Dominick Dunne.
I enjoyed this book. However, there were a few chapters that Fuhrman included that definitely were pointless. Overall it's a good book, though. I'm glad Fuhrman took on the case, because his effort brought a conclusion some 30 years later.
The night of October 30, 1975, fifteen-year-old Martha Moxley was bludgeoned and stabbed with a golf club on the grounds of her family's Greenwich home. The golf club that killed Martha came from the house of Thomas and Michael Skakel, two boys who had been with Martha the night she died. Wealthy and prominent in their own right, the Skakels were related to the Kennedys, as Ethel Skakel Kennedy was the boys' aunt. When the police started looking closely at the Skakels' involvement, the family refused to cooperate. Twenty-two years later Martha Moxley's murder remained unsolved. Now Mark Fuhrman, the former LAPD homicide detective who followed his controversial role in the O. J. Simpson trial with the bestseller Murder in Brentwood, turns his investigative skills to the murder of Martha Moxley.
About an in-law of Bobby Kennedy and murder of teenage girl
Following the suggestion of Dominick Dunne, Mark Fuhrman, the former LAPD homicide detective who is also known for his role in O.J. Simpson's trial, investigates the role of relatives of the powerful Kennedy family in the murder of fifteen year old Martha Moxley on the night of October 30, 1975. This account was written published in 1998, approximately five years before charges were filed.
In the fall of 1975 a teenager was killed in one of the richest towns in the USA. An investigation into this unsolved crime and it's possible connection to the Kennedys.
story of Martha Moxley,who was bludgeoned to death with golf club.
Read this book for school, Very interesting case that to this day is still in the news.
True crime about the murder of Martha Moxley.
In this powerful book, expert investigator Mark Fuhrman, the controversial former LAPD homicide detective and author of the national bestseller Murder in Brentwood, uncovers explosive new information as he analyzes the still unsolved murder of 15 year old Martha Moxley who was bludgeoned with a golf club on the grpounds of her families exclusive Greenwich Connecticut estate on October 30, 1975.